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Finger Post Farm - Householder Planning Permission & Listed Building Consent

BN8 5NRPublished 19/04/24Expired
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ACT 1990(As Amended)

The following applications were registered during the week ending 12th April 2024.
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The quickest and most efficient way to comment on a planning application is to use the online comment function which will ensure that the Case Officer receives your comment(s) directly and they will also appear online within one hour of it being submitted. Online comments can be made from the application you are viewing at the time. Please be aware that any comments submitted that are not planning related will be removed and will not be considered when assessing the planning application. You also have the option of submitting your comments via email or by way of post. Please
be advised these methods of submitting comments will take longer to appear online and may be subject to additional delay(s). If Lewes District Council has also been consulted by East Sussex County Council; the applications will appear on the list below. Any representations on these applications
should be sent to the Director of Communities Economy & Transport, East Sussex County Council at County Hall, St Annes Crescent, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1UE quoting the County Council reference (in brackets) or email
LW/24/0252 &
Finger Post Farm The Broyle Ringmer
Householder Planning Permission & Listed Building Consent - Clay-hung tiles to external South-west elevation to provide rain screen cladding and prevent further water ingress to a Grade II Listed Building for Mr B Giles
Postal: Town Hall, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4UG

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