Recent Parish Planning applications for Parish Council recommendations
PLANNING APPEAL DECISION – EAST SITE LAVERTON TRIANGLE and WEST SITE FORTESCUE ROAD
The appeal for the East Site, Laverton Triangle has been dismissed.
The appeal for the West Site, Fortescue Road has been dismissed.
Please see below for the full appeal decision:
Planning Applications – Current
“2015/0541/VRC-Land To The South Of Longmead Close Norton St Philip Frome BA2 7NS (on Paddock Land & Shepherds Mead)-Variation of conditions 1,2,3,4,and 5 to planning permission 2014/1877 for the erection of 8 Market Dwellings, 24 Sheltered Retirement Homes and a Wardens Dwelling to enable the development to be considered and carried out in three different phases.
2015/0880/REM– Application for reserved matters approval for landscaping following outline planning permission 2011/3247-Chapel House, Bell Hill (information not yet available on MDC planning search website)
20142693FUL The Old Mill Wellow Lane-Construction of a log cabin for use as a commercial holiday let for couples, built on owner’s land/garden behind existing tree house holiday let.
20141926FUL Hillside Bath Road-Removal of window and single-storey flat roofed porch at the inner junction of the main house and rear annexe, and replacement 2-storey structure with glazed walls on a low rubble stone wall, oak frames and a tiled roof.
20150496HSE Chestnut Court Church Farm-Installation of solar PV panels to rear (west) elevation.
20150642HSE 9 Chatley Furlong-Single storey rear and side extension.
20150698TCA Eastleigh North Street-Proposed pollarding of a Goat Willow tree in a Conservation Area
To view more details of any planning application please use the Mendip District Council planning application search facility link below.
PLANNING APPLICATION SEARCH tool to search for individual planning applications throughout the District.
Is Planning Permission Required?
Advice on planning permission is available on the Government’s website Planning Portal – Permission and it provides a very useful interactive guide for householders requiring advice on the need for planning permission for a proposal.
Duty Planning Officer
The council provides a duty officer service aimed at providing customers with general planning advice by phone or in person. The service is available between 8:30am and 12pm, Monday to Friday, except on public holidays and training days (advance notice will be given on the website when the service is unavailable). The duty officer can be contacted either by telephone on 0300 303 8588 or in person at the Council Offices, Cannards Grave Road, Shepton Mallet, BA4 5BT. The aim of the duty officer service is to assist with general planning enquiries such as:
- The process of applying for planning permission.
- The information that is required with planning applications.
- Explanation or interpretation of planning policies.
You may enquire whether planning permission is required although it is not possible to confirm that a proposal does not need permission. For further information, please visit the Is Planning Permission Required? page on the website.
If you would like to establish the likelihood of planning permission being granted for your proposals, you will need to complete the form in accordance with our Pre-Application Service.
Householder development enquires only
For enquires relating to a “Householder” development, an informal opinion regarding the need for planning permission can be obtained verbally by accessing the Duty Planner service or in writing by completing the Is Planning Permission Required Form [165kb] and posting it to the address shown or emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We aim to respond to requests for written advice within 21 days. Please note that informal advice is at officer level only and is not a formal determination under section 192 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
Some content used from, and more information can be obtained at Mendip District Council Planning
Rural Lettings Policy 2012
To download the Rural Lettings Policy 2012 pdf