Current Planning Applications

 

Please find below a list of those planning applications related to Clare which will be discussed at a future Town Council meeting.  Most of these will be on the agenda of the next Town Council meeting, that is, on the third Thursday of each month: on occasion, either because of the timing limits of the planning authority or because of the complexity of a particular application, a separate public meeting is convened.

Current list:

DC/18/1231/LB – ListedBuilding Consent –  Chilton Lodge Farm House Chilton Street Clare – Conservatory

DC/18/1230/HH -Householder Planning Application – Chilton Lodge Farm House Chilton Street Clare – Conservatory

DC/18/1457/FUL – Planning Application- Rum Bridge Fisheries Stoke Road Clare –

(i) Siting of 1 no. mobile home dwelling
(ii) 1 no. polytunnel fish hatchery
(iii) 4 no. holiday pods
(iv) 3 no. shower sheds
(v) 2 no. eco toilets
(vi) 3 no. storage buildings with 8 no. solar panels and
(vii) 10 no. additional car parking spaces
DC/18/1561/FUL – Planning Application – Half Moon House 2 High Street Clare CO10 8NY
(i) change of use from C2 (nursing home) to C3 (residential) to form 9 No. dwellings
(ii) First floor rear extension (following demolition of rear section)
To be considered at the Council meeting on 20 September 2018

DC/18/1562/LB – Application for Listed Building Consent – Half Moon House 2 High Street Clare CO10 8NY

(i) change of use from C2 (nursing home) to C3 (residential) to form 9 No. dwellings
(ii) First floor rear extension (following demolition of rear section)
To be considered at the Council meeting on 20 September 2018

 

Applications are taken off the list once they have been discussed by the town council.  Within a few days, the council’s advice will be visible amongst the other documents.

To see any application

Using the code of each application eg DC/18/0365/FUL, insert this into the search page of the Planning Department:  https://planning.westsuffolk.gov.uk/online-applications/ in the box labelled: “Enter a keyword, reference number, postcode or single line of an address”.  All  of the application documents, received to that date, are then available to view.  The number of documents available at any time is fluid as it depends on the responses from any number of different bodies, such as the Environment Agency, Suffolk Highways……