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Planning Application Display - S/2018/1959/LDP

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Consultee List
NameSentReply DueReply Received
Building Control 07/09/201828/09/2018 

Constraints List
Constraint CodeDescription
AHASArchaeological Assets, Name: Old Stratford to Dunchurch Turnpike, Monument ID: MNN102925
CILCIL Charging Zones, Name: Rural Areas, Charge: 100 pounds (sites at or above affordable housing threshold) or 200 pounds (sites below affordable housing threshold)
HS/2008/1167/P
HS/1986/0766/P
HS/1986/0044/P
HS/1997/0597/P
HS/2002/0809/P
HS/2002/1412/CLU
HS/2003/1141/P
LWSBLocal Wildlife Site - Within 2km buffer, Name: Old Stratford A5 Verge, Site ID: S571
LWSBLocal Wildlife Site - Within 2km buffer, Name: Cosgrove Quarry, Site ID: S603
LWSBLocal Wildlife Site - Within 2km buffer, Name: Dogsmouth Brook Meadow, Site ID: S645
SGWPolygon, Constraint:
TypeDescriptionCreatedSize
Application Forms (No personal data) 21/08/2018 424 KB
Plan - Floor (Proposed) (Floor plans ground, first, second - 1509/08-18) 21/08/2018 889 KB
Plan - General (Existing and proposed elevations & block plan - 1509/08-18) 21/08/2018 436 KB
File Correspondence (Receipt) 07/09/2018 20 KB
File Correspondence (Acknowledgement_Standard) 07/09/2018 94 KB
Response Letters - Consultees (BC) 10/09/2018 82 KB
EIA Screening Opinion 15/10/2018 360 KB
Officers Report 16/10/2018 18 KB
Decision Notice 16/10/2018 54 KB
This application has now been decided and therefore comments can no longer be accepted.
Committee Schedules

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