Home office plan among latest applications
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Below are planning applications received by East Devon District Council in the week of December 20, 2021.
For more details, and to comment on applications, log on to www.eastdevon.gov.uk/planning.
21/3309/FUL: Construction of single storey front extension: 2 Primley Gardens Sidmouth EX10 9LE
21/3264/FUL: Ground and first floor extension: 18 Sidford High Street Sidford Sidmouth EX10 9SL
21/3313/FUL: Conversion of outbuilding to home office. Removal of adjacent chicken shed and replacement with extension to home office: Harcombe Farm Harcombe Lyme Regis DT7 3RN
21/3315/OUT: Outline Application for erection of dwellinghouse with associated works, including access and parking: 9 Meadow Avenue Seaton EX12 2AU
21/3314/TRE: T1, Macrocarpa : Prune back long extending limbs on the south, west and north sides; prune back to an inner crown making cuts up to 100mm to help alleviate tip weight and reduce chances of limb failure in the wind and prolonging the life of the tree; thin out the crown removing rubbing branches and deadwood to alleviate "sail" in the wind given the trees exposed location and close proximity to buildings and telephone lines, which have previously been damaged by tearing limbs: Yoxall Barline Beer Seaton EX12 3LW
21/3284/FUL: Two storey side extension and single storey rear extension: 5 Clinton Close Budleigh Salterton EX9 6QD
21/3129/LBC: Remedial works to large chimney on front west elevation including removal of the cement based render, investigative works and structural repairs to include Heli bars, reconstruction of cob wall and re-rendering with lime render: The Barn Yettington Budleigh Salterton EX9 7BP
21/3303/VAR: Variation of condition number 2 (approved plans) of application 19/0191/FUL: North Corner Country House Estate London Road Strete Ralegh Whimple
21/3287/FUL: Replacement of existing Conservatory with new Kitchen Extension: 48 Sidmouth Road Farringdon Exeter EX5 2JU
21/3297/TRE: T1 Ash - fell due to Ash die back. Re-plant with Liquidambar T2 Ash - tip reduction on long extending limbs to reduce twisting and risk of failure, previous limbs have already failed. Final branch lengths of approximately 5 meters: Woodcote Charmouth Road Axminster EX13 5SZ
21/3290/FUL: Formation of a new lay-by on grass verge: Land South Of Chestnut Crescent Stoke Canon
21/3254/FUL: Installation of an open fronted building for waste storage and recycling replacing existing open bays: Axe Skip Hire Gammons Hill Kilmington
21/3245/CPE: Certificate of lawfulness for the occupation of a dwelling in breach of a planning condition (Condition 1 of the Consent dated 15 August 1966) restricting occupation of the dwelling to "persons employed or last employed locally in agriculture as defined by Section 221 of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1962" including "the dependants of such persons aforesaid": Greenhayes Broadhembury Honiton EX14 3LE
21/3305/PVJ: Installation of solar panels: Goonvean Fibres Ltd Bramble Hill Industrial Estate Honiton EX14 1BW
21/2911/LBC: Replace 7no. windows. 2no. ground floor and 1no.first floor on north elevation; 2no. ground floor and 1no. first floor East elevation and 1no. ground floor on South elevation: Yankee Cottage Awliscombe Honiton EX14 3PY
21/3236/FUL: Renovation and restoration of a house with a single storey side extension, a single storey rear extension and conversion of a second floor bedroom into roof terrace with alteration to fenestration: Mountfield House Axminster Road Musbury
21/3237/LBC: Renovation and restoration of a house with a single storey side extension, a single storey rear extension and conversion of a second floor bedroom into roof terrace with alteration to fenestration: Mountfield House Axminster Road Musbury
21/3195/FUL: Extension to Front porch: Melhuishs Kerswell Cullompton EX15 2EN
21/2960/FUL: Replacement single storey extension: 17 Brent Close Woodbury Exeter EX5 1JH
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21/2909/AGR: A wooden shelter containing two goat enclosures, a feed storage room and a smaller room for dairy equipment. To be sited on ecoguard with extended roof and ecoguard to the rear for parking farm vehicles: Land At Harcombe Harcombe