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PROPOSED MAJOR DEVELOPMENT

Notice ID: BR3351698

Notice effective from
27th October 2017 to 26th November 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Darlington Borough Council has received the following Planning Applications: PROPOSED MAJOR DEVELOPMENT
D T Mackenzie, 213 - 217 Haughton Road, DARLINGTON, DL1 2LD (17/00648/OUT) Erection of 13 residential units in outline DEVELOPMENT IN A CONSERVATION AREA
32 Fife Road, DARLINGTON, DL3 7TA (17/00972/FUL) Erection of a single storey extension to North elevation, a single storey extension to the South elevation and to re-build perimeter courtyard wall.
APPLICATION LIKELY TO AFFECT THE SETTING OF A LISTED BUILDING
Church Of St George, MIDDLETON ST GEORGE, DARLINGTON (17/00965/FUL) Demolition of the existing Vestry and erection of a single storey extension to provide a new Vestry and Generator room LISTED BUILDING CONSENT
East Coast Darlington Railway Station Park Lane DARLINGTON DL1 4AA (17/00909/LBC) Installation of railing to parapet wall head
PROPOSED MAJOR DEVELOPMENT WHICH CONFLICTS WITH THE APPROVED DEVELOPMENT PLAN
Proposed Residential Development Station Road HEIGHINGTON (16/00820/FUL) Residential development for 43 dwellings and associated access (additional and amended plans (additional plans and information and amended plans received 18 October 2017)

A copy of the applications and plans may be inspected at the Customer Service Centre, Town Hall, Darlington, during normal office hours or online by going to the following address on the council’s website www.darlington.gov.uk/msp . Any written representations to the proposed development should quote the planning reference number and reach me no later than 17 November 2017. Any queries please call (01325) 405777 Friday 27 October 2017

Attachments

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Darlington Borough Council

Town Hall , Feethams , Darlington , County Durham , DL1 5QT

http://www.darlington.gov.uk/ 01325 380651

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