Posted: 24.06.20 at 16:02 by Tim Lethaby
A planning application has been submitted to Sedgemoor District Council for a cottage in Cheddar to be demolished and two houses be built in its place.
The application for the building of two detached dwellinghouses on the site of an existing dwelling to be demolished at 1 Steart Bushes, Wedmore Road, Cheddar, has been made by Stean Williams.
The applicant seeks to demolish the existing dwelling, a stone-built cottage, and to build two detached houses, which would be two-storey, with accommodation in the roof and a single dormer to the rear.
Two parking spaces per dwelling would be provided to the side of the site, and the new houses would cover almost the same footprint as the current cottage.
Other planning applications in the Cheddar area that have been submitted this week to Sedgemoor District Council include:
Renew roof and carry out works to side wall at The Georgian House, St Mary's Street, Axbridge, has been applied for by Georgian House (Axbridge) Management Co Ltd.
Formation of alternate agricultural access on to A371 at Froglands Farm, Froglands Lane, Cheddar, is wanted by Mr Moore.
Planning applications in the Cheddar area that have been decided this week by Sedgemoor District Council include:
Conversion and alterations of attached annex to incorporate into main dwelling at Park House, St Mary's Street, Axbridge, by Mr and Mrs Peters have been approved.
Change of use of land from agricultural to equestrian including the creation of an all-weather riding arena and erection of a stable block (revised scheme) at Old Oak Farm, Mark Road, Chapel Allerton, by Mrs C Payne-Gill has been approved.
Notices of intent to install fixed line broadband electronic communications apparatus (8m light), ref: WBLNDK3F at Electronic Telecommunications Apparatus, Shipham Road, Cheddar, and at Longbottom, Shipham, have been approved.
Conversion and extension of former kennel lodges into single dwelling at Kennel Lodges, west of Huntsman House, Kennel Lane, Webbington, by Mr and Mrs Amesbury has been approved.
Erection of a single storey extension to existing nursery building at Mark First School, The Causeway, Mark, by Mark First and Pre-School Academy has been approved.