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Planning applications archive 2013-2014


Archive has 4 results

  • Northumberland County Council (12 003 713)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 14-Oct-2013

    Summary: A property developer previously complained to the Ombudsman that Berwick Borough Council had failed to enforce a planning agreement to make sure a small triangle of land was made into a temporary play area and then transferred into public ownership, free of charge.

  • Selby District Council (11 017 203)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 09-Oct-2013

    Summary: A couple complained about the council's decision to allow their neighbour to build an extension too close to their property which now blocks light into their kitchen-diner.

  • Cornwall Council (12 005 870)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 19-Sep-2013

    Summary: The complainant operates a business from a site he owns. The council granted planning permission for a new office block to be built but failed to consult the Ramblers Association or consider a public footpath which ran across the site. The council failed to tell the complainant that he needed to consider the footpath.

  • London Borough of Redbridge (12 007 982)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 14-Aug-2013

    Summary: Three residents complained that London Borough of Redbridge Council did not tell them about a development at a neighbouring property and denied them the opportunity to make representations by not displaying a site notice.