Planning Application

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Application Details
Reference number OUT/2017/2125 Application Description Outline Planning Application
Coventry Reference
Site Address 6-10
Carter Road

Proposal Demolition of 6-10 Carter Road and erection of four storey building to accommodate two Use Class A1 units and 24 student accommodation bedrooms and associated parking (outline with all matters submitted apart from landscaping)
Application Status Consultations/Re-consultations issued
Received Date 22/08/2017 Valid date 28/09/2017
Determination Required Date 23/11/2017
Case Officer Nigel Smith Case Officer Site Visit Date
Start of Public Consultation Period 12/10/2017 End of Public Consultation Period 02/11/2017
Referred to Secretary of State Date Referral Expiry Date
Decision by Delegated Committee Date
Decision WITHDRAWN Decision Date 13/11/2017
Temp Permission Expiry Date Permission Expiry Date
Legal Obligation
Applicant Name Mr Idnan Liaqat
Liaqat & Sons
Agent Name Mr Tim Bailey
Bailey Design Limited
Applicant Address Spring Villa Road
Agent Address 43a Mitchells Court
B79 7AS
SUPERSEDED--pplication Form
A summary of the attachments in the proposal
How the fee was calculated
SUPERSEDED--Existing Street Scene and Location Plan Dwg 9423.02
Proposed Street Scene and Site Layout Dwg 9423.03
Floor Layouts Dwg 9423.04
Proposed Elevations Dwg 9423.05
Demolition Plan Dwg 9423.06
Portal Email
(SUPERSEDED) Existing site survey and location plan DWG:02A
(SUPERSEDED) Application Form
Communications Report
Existing Site Survey and Location Plan Dwg 9423-02
Application Form
Consultation Responses

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