New Salisbury developments validated by Wiltshire Council

These are the planning applications submitted to Wiltshire Council (south), validated in the week ending January 16:

PL/2022/00240 & PL/2022/00073 – Alderbury House, Tunnel Hill, SP5 3DW

Works to a Listed Building and Householder Application. Repair and renovation of historic house and coach house ranges with internal alterations and adaptions.

PL/2022/00203 – The Pippins, 56 Old Road, SP5 3AR

Householder Application. Demolition of the existing conservatory. Conversion/extension of the existing dwelling. Pruning of a Magnolia tree.

Ansty

PL/2022/00249 – Chapel Cottage, High Street, SP3 5QF

Householder Application. Single storey extension.

Bishopstone

PL/2021/11893 – Cornpitt House, Flamstone Street, SP5 4BZ

Householder Application. Small extension to south and change of use from workshop with office over to ancillary accommodation to main house.

Dinton

PL/2022/00200 – 1 Lovegrove Acre, SP3 5DX

Householder Application. Single storey rear extension.

Donhead St Andrew

PL/2021/11765 – Pile Oak Cottage, Scotts Hill, SP7 9EH

Full Planning Permission. Demolition of existing cottage and replacement with new dwelling.

Donhead St Mary

PL/2022/00139 – Barters Lane Cottage, Barters Lane, SP7 0EW

Householder Application. Proposed two story extension, kitchen living room and en suite bedroom.

Durnford

PL/2021/11914 – Land adjacent to High Post Business Park, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4 6AT

Full Planning Permission. Mixed use employment led development including the erection of 8 buildings amounting to 12,744 sq.m GIA (Use Classes E(g), B2 (general industrial), B8 (storage and distribution), sui generis (trade counter showroom), with external areas, access, parking, landscaping and associated works. 

In the Design and Access Statement, the proposal states it is for “mix used, employment led development including the erection of 8 buildings with associated access, parking, and landscaping adjacent to High Post Business Park”.

Durrington

PL/2022/00209 – 65 Bulford Road, SP4 8DL

Removal or Variation of a Condition. Variation of conditions 9 (restrictions on deliveries) & 10 (hours of opening) on PL/2021/07939 to allow for early morning newspaper deliveries and to alter opening hours to 06:00 to 21:00 – 1 hour earlier.

East Knoyle

PL/2022/00086 – Blackhouse Farm, Shaftesbury Road, SP3 6AT

Householder Application. Refurbishment, alterations and extension to existing dwelling.

Laverstock & Ford

PL/2022/00189 & PL/2022/00054 – Mulberry Barn, Wolferstan Drive, Bishopdown, SP1 3XZ

Works to a Listed Building & Householder Application. Rear extension and internal alteration.

Redlynch

PL/2021/11823 – AThe Old Byre, Primrose Lane, Woodfalls, SP5 2NA

Full Planning Permission. Demolition of two buildings and the erection of one detached dwelling (Use Class C3), landscaping improvements and associated works.

Salisbury

PL/2022/00264 – Winstone, Portland Avenue, SP2 8BS

Householder Application. Proposed two storey front extension and alterations.

PL/2021/11778 – 57 Fonthill, Ashley Road, SP2 7DD 

Householder Application. Proposed extensions to existing bungalow.

PL/2021/11740 – 131 Bouverie Avenue South, SP2 8EA

Full Planning Permission. First floor extension and alterations.

Teffont

PL/2021/11012 – Sylvan, The Street, SP3 5QP

Removal or Variation of a Condition. Variation of condition 2 pursuant to planning application 20/09986/FUL (Proposed detached double garage, and alterations to previously approved dwelling (ref:17/06709/FUL) ) – Proposed roof link between house and garage and amendment to roof lights.

Winterbourne Stoke

PL/2022/00329 & PL/2022/00323 – Bridge Cottage, Church Street, SP3 4SW

Works to a Listed Building & Householder Application. Proposed extension to form garden room and internal alterations.

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