Winchester City Council planning officers refused one application with two others withdrawn this week.

In Colden Common, Richard Morris had a lawful development certificate refused for a building that has been used as a workshop continuously for over 10 years at Stoke Common Farm, Bishopstoke Lane.

Lesley Martin's application was withdrawn to move dormer window from centre of roof to left hand side at Nee Soon, Hilden Way, Littleton.

In Swanmore, L Cameron also had an application withdrawn for a three bedroom dwelling, following demolition of existing double garage at Hill Pound Farmhouse, Mislingford Road.

All other applications were permitted by planning officers.

Edward Jelf can install a log burner flue on outside of 17 Gunners Park, Bishops Waltham.

An application was permitted for Maewyn Cumming to have a single Storey Side Extension, demolition of existing garage and external alterations at 1 Shore Lane.

Timothy Parker, in Crawley, can convert the existing garage / store building to ancillary accommodation and home office at Paige Cottage, Peach Hill Lane.

Lucy Spry's application was permitted for the erection of an annex in the rear gardens of The White House, Peach Hill Lane

In Curdridge, Mr Williams had a retrospective application permitted for an extension to height of boundary wall from 1.0m to 1.5m and installation of gates at Beggars Roost, Gordon Road.

Richard Round, in Headbourne Worthy, can have a garage conversion at 8 Bingham Road.

In Hursley, Mr Rees had a retrospective application permitted for the change of use from agricultural barn to B8 commercial storage unit at Pitt Down Farm, Farley Mount Road.

Mark Welch, of Ockley House, Hilden Way in Littleton, can have a single storey front extension.

Mr and Mrs Taylor has an application permitted for a single storey extension and associated alterations at 42 Burley Road.

Mr and Mrs Chris Tubb can have front and rear extensions to bungalow at 4 Bradley Road.

In New Alresford, Selina Jogaloo had two retrospective applications permitted for 5 East Street. One was for two fascia signs and one hanging sign to be installed on existing bracket. The second was for new signage to be installed in existing signage position with one hanging sign on an existing bracket and two fascia signs, one either side of the entrance.

Peter Moore's application was permitted for storey and half rear extension, plus small single storey side extension at Glencraigh, New Farm Road.

In Oliver's Battery, Colin Burville has an application permitted for a first floor extension over existing single storey, addition of small flat roof porch canopy to front door, replacement of existing pitched roof finishes with artificial slate and part rendering to existing walls at 1 Lisle Close.

Dr Ponsford can have a single storey rear extension and elevational alterations at 17 Sunnydown Road.

James Peters, in Owslebury, can use of land for the stationing of caravans for residential purposes and the erection of utility/dayroom at Little Ranch, Portsmouth Road.

In Soberton, Stephen Money can replace the old barn in need of constant repair at 2 Hundred Acres.

Mr and Mrs Miles had an application permitted to replace the existing conservatory roof with a solid roof at 22 Pine Close, South Wonston.

J Harley's application was permitted for the use of land for the siting of a mobile home for residential occupation at Lavender House Stables, Fontley Road.

In Winchester, an application from Currys Group Ltd was permitted for one internally illuminated Currys sign and two non-illuminated retro-frame signs, at Unit 3, Moorside Retail Park, Moorside Road.

Dan White can have a first floor extension at 33 Colley Close.

Pavlina Markomichali's application was permitted for a single storey garden room as home office/gym at 25 Teg Down Meads.

Mr and Mrs Hayward, of 55 Teg Down Meads, had had application permitted for a ingle storey rear, side and front extension.

David Morgan can have a rear single storey extension at 4 St Stephens Road.


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