SCORES of planning notices and applications for new licences have been submitted for sites across Hampshire in the past week.

From road closures and proposals relating to the sale and supply of alcohol, these are a few things you may have missed.

So, here is a round-up of recent public notices published by Southampton City Council and other local authorities in the area.

Traffic regulation orders:

Southampton City Council is closing Manor Farm Road from its junction with Cobden Avenue to 30m northwards to its junction with Manor Farm Road Spur from February 22 to allow highway improvement works. The scheme is due to be completed by March 15.

Southampton City Council is closing Holcroft Road from its junction with Kinsbourne Way to outside 97 Holcroft Road, from February 24, between 8am and 4pm, to allow the safe completion of footway works. The scheme is due to be completed by February 26.

Southampton City Council is closing South East Road from its junction with Julian Road from February 22 to allow sheet piling installations and carriageway resurfacing. The scheme is due yo be completed by May 21.

Licensing applications:

Asda Stores Ltd has applied to Eastleigh Borough Council for a variation of a premises licence for Asda, Bournemouth Road, Chandler's Ford, to amend the hours for alcohol sales on a Sunday to enable click and collect/home delivery services to be operated from the store.

Churchill Retirement Living, of Parkside, Ringwood, is applying to change an existing licence and keep an extra three goods vehicles and four trailers at the operating centre at Calmore Croft Farm, Salisbury Road, Totton.

Natalie Mackay is applying to Fareham Borough Council for permission to provide and sell alcohol at 180 West Street, Fareham, Monday-Saturday, to clients having a treatment and pamper parties and to supply and provide alcohol on a Sunday to pre-booked parties only.

Nicholas James Cottis, trading as Onsite Concrete Services Ltd, of 88 Skippetts Gardens, Basingstoke, is applying for a licence to use Hanson Aggregates & Marine, Britannia Wharf, Marine Parade, Southampton, as an operating centre for two goods vehicles.

Planning applications:

Edward Le Brocq is seeking planning permission to continue using land immediately to the south of 24 The Waters, Funtley, Fareham, as a residential garden, including enclosure of land with concrete posts and concrete gravel-boards.

Replacement electricity poles supporting low voltage overhead line; new conductor to replace 300m of open wire low voltage - Snails Lane and Hightown Common, Ringwood.

Retrospective application to increase roof height by 0.14m on buildings Red, Silver and Teal (northern part of the site), Bay House School, Gomer Lane, Gosport.

Change of use of existing offices (use class B1) to form mixed use event spaces and wedding venue and seven hotel guest bedrooms (use class C1), University Air Squadron, 1A Bugle Street, Southampton.