Planning archive 2012-2013


Archive has 7 results

  • Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council (10 008 980, 10 012 328)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 07-Mar-2013

    Summary: peed at which the council acted to rectify unauthorised development on some of its own land, authorities have a duty to the public to properly consider the impact of any proposed development on its neighbours and the surrounding environment, and in this instance Walsall Council fell short of its responsibilities

  • Isle of Wight Council (12 008 423)

    Report Upheld Enforcement 12-Dec-2012

    Summary: Isle of Wight Council officers approved a plan for the use of new beach huts without checking that it complied with councillors' instructions.

  • Bristol City Council (11 014 054)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 15-Nov-2012

    Summary: Bristol City Council granted planning permission for an illuminated sign without notifying a woman living nearby or considering the effect on her residential amenity.

  • Shropshire Council (11 008 471)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 17-Oct-2012

    Summary: Shropshire Council imposed a condition about vehicle movements on a planning consent but did not define exactly what it meant.

  • Leicestershire County Council (11 001 604)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 20-Jun-2012

    Summary: Complaints about Leicestershire County Council's grant of planning permission for a new waste-processing facility have been investigated by the Local Government Ombudsman.

  • Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council (10 022 952)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 19-Apr-2012

    Summary: The Council granted planning permission for extensions to two terraced houses without applying its own planning policies.

  • Hambleton District Council (11 066 363)

    Report Upheld Enforcement 12-Apr-2012

    Summary: Hambleton District Council's planning officers failed to exercise proper control over the use of Bagby Airfield. The airfield has been operating in contravention of its planning permission for several years but the council missed opportunities to take action. As a result the unauthorised use became immune from enforcement action.

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