South Northamptonshire Planning

Planning Application Display - S/2012/1167/NA

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Neighbour List
NameSentReply DueReply Received
   26/10/2012

Consultee List
NameSentReply DueReply Received
Clerk to Adstone Parish Council27/09/2012  
Clerk to Moreton Pinkney Parish Council27/09/2012  
Environmental Health  24/10/2012

Constraints List
Constraint CodeDescription
AHASArchaeological Asset - NCC
ISWFIntermediate surface water flooding
LSWFLess surface water flooding
FZ2Flood Zone 2
FZ3Flood Zone 3
AC3**** Aerodrome Consultation Area (YELLOW : Consult 1344 if works exceed 45M height)
MSWFMore surface water flooding
MSA**** Minerals Safeguarding Area - Consult 125 if a Major Development
TypeDescriptionCreatedSize
Front/Back Covers 26/01/2015 581 KB
Decision Notice 10/01/2013 608 KB
Application Forms 26/01/2015 771 KB
Design and Access Statement 27/01/2015 1 MB
File Correspondence (How to view and comment on application) 26/09/2012 62 KB
Plan - Site 27/01/2015 350 KB
Plan - Site 27/01/2015 566 KB
Plan - General (Adstone (ii) - Visualisations for 2 Turbines) 27/01/2015 7 MB
Plan - General (Adstone (iii) - Visualisations for 2 Turbines) 27/01/2015 2 MB
Plan - General (Zone of Theoretical Visibility) 27/01/2015 731 KB
Plan - General (Designations) 27/01/2015 758 KB
Plan - General 27/01/2015 2 MB
Plan - General 27/01/2015 126 KB
Full Historic File - Redacted (x) 06/01/2016 12 MB
This application has now been decided and therefore comments can no longer be accepted.
Committee Schedules

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