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Test Valley Borough Council

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Notice effective from
19th October 2012, 00:51 to 18th November 2012, 00:51

Test Valley Borough Council
Town and Country Planning Act 1990 Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 Town & Country Planning (General Development Procedure) Order 2010

The Council has received the applications listed below which require advertising under one of the above Acts
12/02138/FULLN & 12/02144/LBWN - Partial demolition of existing rear extension and replace with two storey extension and orangery, new porch, minor internal alterations and extend cellar - Yonder Dene, Ragged Appleshaw
12/02055/FULLN - Erection of wind turbine - Lark House, Palestine Road, Palestine 12/01912/FULLN - Erection of dwelling and detached double garage with separate access drive for existing dwelling - Langley, Green Lane, Monxton
12/02219/FULLN - Two storey rear extension to provide extended dining room, bedroom, en-suite and study, installation of first floor window, reformation of rear patio and low level retaining wall, and installation of door and window in utility - Wedderlea, Over Wallop 12/02202/FULLN & 12/02203/LBWN - Demolition of existing conservatory and erection of orangery - Church Farm Cottage, Church Street, Hurstbourne Tarrant 12/02187/FULLN - Use of land adjoining as residential garden - 2 Mercia Avenue, Charlton 12/02220/FULLN & 12/02221/LBWN - Demolition of extension, erection of single storey extension to provide kitchen, sitting and dining areas and three bedrooms with bathroom facilities - Straw Hall, Trout Lane, Nether Wallop
The applications, plans and other documents submitted with an application are available for public inspection at Reception, Beech Hurst, Weyhill Road, Andover, during normal office hours. Applications may also be viewed on the Council's website Any comments about an application should be received by the Council within 21 days of publication of this notice. Any comments received will be available for both inspection and copying. In the event of an appeal against the refusal of planning permission in relation to a householder application, which is to be dealt with on the basis of representations in writing, any representations made about the application will be sent to the Secretary of State and there will be no further opportunity to comment at appeal stage.
Paul Jackson, Head of Planning and Building


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