PLANNERS have been asked to approve the change of use of land and the siting of a tepee for camping use, together with a new toilet and shower block on land east of Culloden Dairy, College Road, Camelford.
PLANS to erect a self-build bungalow at Redway Farm, Kilkhampton are unlikely to gain officer support according to pre-application advice.
Development officer, Lorraine Lehan said that the location was not considered to be within a settlement.
Shepard’s hut given approval
CONDITIONAL planning approval has been given to put a shepherd’s hut holiday accommodation unit at Neets Valley, Penfound Road, Poundstock.
Dwelling at work unit
THE change of use of a live/work unit at 3, The Old Garage, Week St Mary, Holsworthy to two unrestricted residential dwellings has been given conditional approval.
Hotel owners want second floor
THE NEW owners of the Karenza Hotel in Flexbury Avenue, Flexbury, Bude have asked for planning advice on plans to extend the accommodation by adding a second floor to provide a further six guest bedrooms with a lift.
Cornwall Council has said that the scheme could receive officer support providing it does not give any significant rise in harm to neighbour amenity.
Cottage refused due to location
PLANNING permission has been refused for a cottage to be built in the grounds of Treven Cottage, St Clether, Launceston (see front).
Planners said the proposed new home would introduce residential accommodation at a location with poor accessibility to necessary daily services and facilities which would perpetuate over reliance on the private vehicle and unsustainable traffic movements.
Green light for refreshments
THE go-ahead has been given for the Tamar Valley Garden Nursery at Gunnislake to serve teas, coffees and cakes.
Dwelling replacement agreed
PLANNING consent has been given for a replacement dwelling at Trelaske Barton, Lewannick.
New homes to be built
THIRTEEN homes for affordable rent have been given the go-ahead on land east of Oakdene on Edgar Road, Wainhouse Corner, Bude.
Housing development near Wainhouse Corner
Cornwall Rural Housing is developing the land on the outskirts of Wainhouse Corner towards Jacobstow. To the south of the site there is a tourist park and to the west a group of modern bungalows.
The development will include two one-bed two-person bungalows; one two-bed four-person bungalow; two one-bed two-person houses; five two-bed four-person houses and three three-bed five-person houses.
Playground granted in Tetcott
A NEW playground for The Arscott Hall in Tetcott, Holsworthy has been given planning permission to include a playhouse, slide, climbing frame and swings in a fenced compound.
House can replace barn
A BARN at Windy Cross Farm, Thornbury can be demolished and replaced with a house.
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