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By Somerset Standard  |  Posted: July 18, 2013

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MENDIP District Council has given conditional approval for:

Replacement of dilapidated wooden shed with another of the same type of materials and design but increasing width by about 1,500mm for ancillary use to Keepers Cottage, Orchardleigh, by Annabel Rankin.

Replace rough, damp, crumbling floor with insulated concrete floor. Line stone walls with insulation and plasterboard at The Oaks, Bath Road, Norton St Philip, by Christopher Gill.

Timber-clad steel storage unit to be attached to the rear of the sports pavilion, hard-standing for cricket nets to south west of the pavilion next to churchyard wall, paved patio area in front of the pavilion at Churchmead Recreation Ground off Bell Hill, Norton St Philip, by Robin Campbell.

Removal of outside WC and rear lean-to structure, build new rear and side two-storey extension at Andante, High Street, Wanstrow, by Michael Gay.

Conversion of basement and stone outbuilding for internal domestic use with new connecting stair between ground-floor kitchen and basement at Weavers Cottage, North Street, Norton St Philip, by Nick Gould.

Replacement illuminated totem sign at Nunney Catch Service Station, Nunney Catch, by Esso Petroleum Company Limited.

Roof over open space to make habitable space at 17 Lower Keyford, Frome, by Wendy Zenthon.

Rear extension at 101 Nunney Road, Frome, by Richard Pang.

Single-storey side extension at 15 Packsaddle Way, Frome, by Stuart Cade.

Change of use of dining room and study within 12 Sunnyhill, Nunney, to chiropodist work place and associated works.

Demolition of single-storey extension and creation of a new two-storey extension at White House, The Batch, Stoke St Michael, by Sebastian Wolf.

Replacement of pitched roof with lead flat roof, enlarge casement to sash windows and internal alterations to improve layout at Coleford House, Underhill, Coleford, by James Akexandroff.

Extension to east elevation at Knapphill Farm, Knapp Hill, Leigh on Mendip, by Mr and Mrs Norgrove.

Removal of old porch and installation of new improved porch at Crossway Cottages, Highbury Street, Coleford, by Dale Doman.

Single-storey side extension and second-floor side extension at 31 Vinney Lane, Blatchbridge, by Dave Vowell.

Two-storey extension at Frith Farm Cottage, Frith Farm, Frome, by Mr A Sanders.

Application to increase the height of the existing restoration backfill tip by 10m at Whatley Quarry, Whatley, by Hansons Quarry Products Europe Ltd.

Felling of a tree at 27 Lower Street, Rode, by Robin Quartley.

Demolition of Hedgestocks, Batcombe, and the building of another home by Mr and Mrs Sage.

Two permanent advertisement signs at Rossetti House, Welshmill Lane, Frome, by Paul Regan.

Alterations to coach house/garage at 35 Innox Hill, Frome, by Mr M Vose.

Pruning of a tree at 28 Innox Hill, Frome, by Ives Tree Specialists.

Felling of trees at Garsdale House, Garsdale, Frome, by Somerset County Council.

Two-storey side extension at 65 Anchor Road, Coleford, by Andrew West.

Reinstatement of historic render to front elevation of 5 Church Hill, Beckington, by Mr B Bouchaud.

Enlargement of a pond for nature conservation purposes and construction of a raised terrace at Maed House, Elm Lane, Egford, Frome, by Mr and MrsSimon and Marguerite King.

Mendip District Council has received applications for:

Internal alterations and upgrading fire safety precautions to Flat 1 and 2 Bath Street, Frome, by Mr R Frere Smith.

Alterations to entrance and change of use of second floor to office at Frome Town Council, 5 Palmer Street, Frome, by Paul Wynne.

Demolition of buildings used for extra care housing and the building of 24 new homes together with landscaping, parking and drainage at Bennetts Gardens, Frome, by Aster Homes Limited.

Change of use of The Granary, Tellisford, with annexe to home with bed and breakfast accommodation with two letting rooms, annexe and the building of a single-storey orangery breakfast room extension by Mr and Mrs Tanner.

Pruning of an ash tree at Cotswold, 19a Pedlars Grove, Frome, by Mr Baber.

Felling of trees at 4 Long Ground, Frome, by Chris Stringer.

Above ground circular slurry tank at Manor Farm Dairy, Downhead, by Mr R Stanning.

A new apex building cubicle house off the side of an existing building at Sandy Hill Farm, Tytherington, by Mr R Norris and R and D Norris.

Removal of lean-to and conservatory to be replaced with single and two-storey extension, internal alterations, re-arrangement of car parking area and new first-floor window at Clifford House, 21 Bath Road, Beckington, by Mrs Fi Boobbyer.

Grey aluminium garden roof to the rear of 3 St Lukes Road, Beckington, by Mr Wilcox.

Installation of ground mounted photovoltaic solar arrays to provide 5.8MW generation capacity together with transformer stations, internal access track, landscaping, fencing, security measures and access gate on land at New Tyning Farm, Waterside Lane, Kilmersdon, by INRG Solar Ltd.

Removal of barn and garage and construction of oak-framed car port at Hope Farm, Lower Street, Buckland Dinham, by Philip Bartlett.

Proposed rear and side extension to replace existing extensions. Proposed extension to include new dining area, WC and utility room. Conversion of existing loft into new bedroom and en suite, including new staircase at 49 Alexandra Road, Frome, by Karen Smith.

Replacement of two windows, partition removal and replacement, new boiler flue and basement of damp-proofing at 3 Wine Street, Frome, by Ms J Hayes.

Removal of lean-to and brick privy, construction of single-storey extension, replace garage door with window at Critchill Grange, 99 Nunney Road, Frome, by Mr J Morris and Ms A Townley.

A pumping station and associated plant and infrastructure at Frome Water Treatment Works, Egford Hill, Frome, by Jeff Sell.

Front single-storey extension to form new porch at 14 Stonebridge Drive, Frome, by Tim Atkins.

Four-bedroomed property in the grounds of 19 Selwood Crescent, Frome, by Mrs A Joyce.

Creation of access into field from Dark Lane, including removal of hedgerow as necessary at the field opposite the Old Bakery, Charlton Road, Holcombe, by Richard Vaughan.

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