Cemetery Road and Trawden Forest Conservation Area - Various Planning Applications
What is planned?
BOROUGH OF PENDLE
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING
(DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (ENGLAND)
ORDER 2015 NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 15
Notice of proposed development/works at (a) Wheatley Laithe Farm, Barrowford Road, Fence. 23/0389/REM Approval of Reserved Matters including Layout, Scale, Appearance and Landscaping of Planning Permission 19/0767/OUT. The proposal is a Major Development. The proposal affects the setting of a Listed Building. A Public Right of Way is adjacent to the proposal. (b) Workshop, 14A Cemetery Road, Earby. 23/0395/VAR Variation of Condition: Remove Condition 4 (Accommodation) of Planning Permission 22/0033/FUL. The proposal is within the Earby Conservation Area.
(c) 4 Park Cottages, Hollin Hall, Trawden. 23/0384/HHO Full: Demolition of existing conservatory and the erection of a single-storey rear extension. The proposal is within the Trawden Forest Conservation Area. As this is a householder application, in the event of an appeal against a refusal of planning permission, which is to be dealt with on the basis of representations in writing, any representations made about this application will be sent to the Secretary of State, and there will be no further opportunity to comment at appeal stage. The Council has received these applications and is required to advertise them under the above legislation. Copies of the applications can be inspected during normal office hours at Number One Market Street, Nelson until 14 July 2023. The case officers dealing with these applications are: (a,b) Laura Barnes who can be contacted on (01282) 661719, (c) Joanne Naylor (661711). Any representations about these applications should be made either in writing to the Planning Services Manager, Town Hall, Market Street, Nelson, BB9 7LG, so as to arrive not later than 14 July 2023; or, a copy of the application can be inspected on the Council’s website (www.pendle.gov.uk under Environment/Planning/View Planning Applications) and comments made online. All comments received will be available for public inspection and will be viewable on the internet along with the application details. However, we will endeavour to prevent signatures, telephone numbers and email addresses from appearing on the comments published on the internet. Decisions are normally made within six to eight weeks (11 to 13 weeks for major planning applications). Details of the decision will not automatically be sent to those that have made comments. If you wish to find out the decision or check the process of an application you can access the Council’s website or telephone/email the contact officer.