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Application Details
Reference number FUL/2017/0554 Application Description Full Planning Application
Coventry Reference
Site Address 54
Shilton Lane

Proposal Demolition of existing cattery and outbuilding and erection of 8 living accommodation units with associated parking and landscaped grounds with change of use of existing dwelling to administrative/communal accommodation
Application Status Consultations/Re-consultations issued
Received Date 28/02/2017 Valid date 28/02/2017
Determination Required Date 25/04/2017
Case Officer Nigel Smith Case Officer Site Visit Date
Start of Public Consultation Period 13/03/2017 End of Public Consultation Period 03/04/2017
Referred to Secretary of State Date Referral Expiry Date
Decision by Delegated Committee Date
Decision PENDING Decision Date
Temp Permission Expiry Date Permission Expiry Date
Legal Obligation
Applicant Name Mr J Thompson
Agent Name Mr Richard Sykes
Sykes Planning Ltd
Applicant Address Shilton Lane
Agent Address Lower Farm
Corley Moor
Arboricultural & Planning Integration Report
Traffic Count and Speed Information
Proposed Streetscene Elevations DWG:1/04/16-03
Proposed Plans and Elevations DWG:1/04/16-02 C
Fee Calculation
Existing Plans and Elevations DWG:1/04/16-01
Design & Access Statement
Attachment Summary
Application Form
Environmental Noise Report
Planning Statement
Portal Email
Communications Report
Consultation Responses

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