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St Cuthmans School, Tote Lane - Coversion of Former School Building

GU29 0QLPublished 22/06/23Expired
Sussex World • 

What is planned?

Town and Country Planning Acts 1990
Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Area)
Act 1990

NOTICE IS GIVEN that the following applications are proposals for planning consideration within the South Downs National Park, for the reasons indicated:
Stedham With Iping Parish Council
Case No: SDNP/23/02187/FUL & SDNP/23/02188/LIS Applicant Name: Mr Alessandro Butini
Proposal: Change of use, extension and alterations to facilitate conversion of former school building, Wispers (Class F1.a) and ancillary outbuildings to residential use (Class C3) to provide fifteen dwellings. Re-use of former school grounds to provide nine new-build dwellings and extension of two existing cottages with landscaping enhancements, re-instatement of former access and parking provision. Demolition of existing dilapidated school buildings and refurbishment of existing club house and swimming pool house buildings for use of occupiers of residential dwellings AT St Cuthmans School, Tote Lane, Stedham, Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 0QL,
Reason for advert: Listed Building, Major Development
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Deadline for comments: 31 July 2023
TIM SLANEY, Director of Planning, South Downs National Park Authority
TIM SLANEY, Director of Planning, South Downs National Park Authority
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