Planning Applications registered with Stroud District Council between 02.09.17 and 08.09.17.

The under mentioned applications have been received since the publication of the previous list dated 04.06.17 may be inspected at Planning Dept, Council Offices, Ebley Mill, Stroud, Glos, (Tel:01453 754442) during normal office hours, 8.45 am to 5.00pm (4.30pm on Fridays). Any persons wishing to make representations about any of these applications may do so in writing to as soon as possible. It should be noted that any comments on a planning application will be treated as a public document and will be placed on our website.

Bisley with Lypiatt: Richard Claridge, Middle Lypiatt House, Middle Lypiatt, detached garage with adjacent swimming pool, poly tunnel, reduced level of front lawn.

Brookthorpe with Whaddon: Mrs Bennett: Kingfishers, Upton Lane, single-storey extension to rear of dwelling to provide accommodation for disabled person and carers.

Cainscross: Adam and Emma Soble, 6 Etheldene Road, Cashes Green, conversion of one residential property into two self-contained flats.

Frampton-on-Severn: Frampton Tennis Club, Recreation Ground, Lake Lane, installation of a practice tennis wall within the area or existing tennis courts.

Fretherne with Saul: Mr and Mrs Greaves, Fretherne Court Cottage, Arlingham Road, Saul, sub-division of existing residential property into two independent dwellings.

Hardwicke: Mr and Mrs Holland, 15 Clover Drive, convert existing integral garage to provide study/craft room and construct new detached garage.

Haresfield: Mark Bancroft-Livingston, Teekles Court, demolition of derelict garden room; Mark Foyle, Land at Colethrop Farm, Bath Road, Hardwicke, reserved matters approval is sought for the major open space within phase 2.

Leonard Stanley: Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes, Land south of Leonard Stanley Primary School, Bath Road, display of a freestanding entrance sign, 12 freestanding information boards, two flag advertisements, four hoarding signs, three illuminated show home signs.

Minchinhampton: David Light, Beeches Park, Hampton Fields, four beeches – reduce in height by up to three metres and reduce spread where necessary to leave balanced canopy; Will and Nicole Saunders, 4 Police House, Butt Street, construction of a loft conversion including two dormers and renovation work.

Nailsworth: Mr M Chambers, Greengates, Newmarket Road, new garden retaining wall and steps; Steve Luff Luff, Millside, Stroud Road, replace existing roof with flat roof on second-storey extension, upgrade existing finishing materials, addition of decked terrace and carport; Mr and Dr McMillan, Plot 12 at Highcroft, Hollies Hill, variation of condition 2 from permission S.15/0568/FUL; Morrisons, George Street, extension of existing service yard canopy to ensure that the staff are kept dry, installation of new totem; Viviana Rossi-Caffell, Scout Club, The Old Warehouse, Old Market, installation of three dormer windows and variation of front and rear elevations and external stairs; David Scanlon, The Old Star, Inchbrook Hill, rear extension at first-floor level.

Painswick: Mr and Mrs Brown, Hilcott, Cheltenham Road, two new two-storey extensions; Marina Calderone, The Manse, Gloucester Street, insertion of side elevation window at first-floor level; Jeff Roberts, Lullingworth, Stroud Road, beech and horse chestnut – trim, holly – raise canopy, 13 yews – reduce and reshape, yew, three ashes, silver birch and horse chestnut – fell, four dead trees – fell, multi-stemmed lime – remove stem leaning badly, laurel and holly understory – cut back, self-seeded sycamore – pollard within 3m of the ground; David Warren, Chapel Cottage, The Green, Edge Lane, alteration and improvement of interior of cottage; Andrew Vaughan, Clovers, Kingsmead, first-floor extension over existing terrace with outside dining area underneath.

Rodborough: Roger Apew, 24 Kitesnest Lane, Lightpill, demolish existing garage, erect new garage with habitable first-floor space; Mr and Mrs Dodson, Braeside, 22 Southgate Crescent, amateur radio mast and antenna; Christopher Page, 46 Bownham Mead, Rodborough Common, ash – four-metre reduction.

Standish: Aqua Construction, Horsemarling Farm, Horsemarling Lane, conversion and rebuild of plot 3, redesign of two-storey house on plot 4; Gloucestershire County Council, Stroud Green Farm, demolition of existing structurally-unsafe farm house, construction of replacement farm house; Simon Jones, Tilia Barn, Standish Lane, Moreton Valence, internal alterations to existing outbuilding.

Stonehouse: Sarah Brewster, Stonehouse Court Hotel, Bristol Road, creation of disabled access to hotel entrance, works to reception bar; Matthew Tucker, Units 1 to 5 Ground Floor, Stonehouse Commercial Centre, Bristol Road, change of use from light industrial to gymnasium.

Stroud: Kate Cordell, 37 Thrupp Lane, extension, alteration to existing bungalow including new garage; Mr D Hawkins, Trailend, 4 Cowle Road, erection of two-storey side extension; Manuel Huertas, Stone Manor, Bisley Road, walnut – reduce to 4.5 metres and shape, ash – reduce; Richard Lewis, 2 All Saints Cottages, All Saints Road, timber summer room/ shed in front garden; Cleo Mussi, 99 Slad Road, side extension; Mr and Mrs White, 41 Folly Lane, two-storey rear extension.

Upton St Leonards: Mr Chapman, Madams Wood, demolition of existing dwelling and replacement with new dwelling and garage block.

These are applications to which Stroud District Council have been notified of. There is no formal mechanism for consultation on these types of applications, particularly where “prior notification” is involved. On occasion, the case officer may wish to contact public bodies to confirm information submitted.

Arlingham: Sam Bond, Meadow Lark, High Street, eucalyptus – pollard.

Chalford: Mr Dade, The Old House, Cowswell Lane, Bussage, sycamore – remove dead limb and surrounding branches, cherry – fell to near ground level and treat stump, ash trees – crown raise to eight metres; Mr Shadbolt, Three Beeches, Bussage Hill, Bussage, two ashes and sycamore – prune back from boundary, ash – fell to near ground level.

Frampton-on-Severn: Chris Marshall, Edens Orchard, The Green, walnut, hankie chief, silver birch, field maple and weeping willow – reduce, silver birch – fell.

Minchinhampton: Manuel Huertas, Hillside House, Hampton Green, Box, horse chestnut – reduce in height and shape removing dead branches to revitalise and prevent building damage.

Stonehouse: Knight Frank, The Wheelhouse West Ground, Bonds Mill, Bristol Road, lime – crown raise to allow security camera signal.

Stroud: Ann Adams, 18 Piccadilly, willow – fell as damaging drains and growing into neighbours roof.

Uley: Cole, Daunceys Mill, Lampern Hill, secret garden – fell, clear and treat all the stumps of the trees and shrubs.