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Planning application 13/00419/FUL

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PDR no.
606
File
None
Description

Notwithstanding the provisions of The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment) (No. 2) (England) Order 2008 (or any order amending or revoking such an order), no development included in Class A-F within Part 1 of the Order shall take place without the grant of an additional planning permission by The Local Planning Authority.

For the avoidance of doubt, the paddock area, as indicated on drawing drafted by Angela Carter dated 17th October 2011 the paddock area as annotated shall not form part of the residential curtilage of the property and shall not be occupied by any buildings whatsoever. This area shall be landscaped and enclosed in accordance with the scheme required by conditions detailed above within this consent.

The garage hereby permitted shall be permanently maintained for the parking of cars in connection with the domestic use of the dwelling hereby permitted and for no other purposes whatsoever.

Explanation of classes:
Part 1, Classes A = Extensions to property, B = Changes to roof, C = Other alterations to the roof of dwelling, D = Porches E = Sheds etc, F = Hard surfacing