15 May, 2021

Latest Planning Applications

Week ending 22nd January 2021

Keeping you up to date in the planning world
An abbreviated list of the planning applications concerning Dover will be posted here each week. They can be viewed in full, along with all other district applications on the D.D.C. Planning Portal on this link;

https://www.dover.gov.uk/Planning/Planning-Applications/Home.aspx

This is also where you can comment on any application, as an individual, if you so wish.
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The following are brief details of registered planning applications in Dover for the forthcoming week;

21/00032         4-6 Biggin Street
Subdivision of retail area into 3no. units, insertion of new shop fronts and first floor rear windows and rear doors

21/00011         4 St Andrews Terrace Crabble Avenue
Erection of a single storey side and rear extensions

21/00006         Prince of Wales Pier
Variation of Condition 2 (approved plans) to allow changes of materials to the illuminated handrail to south edge of masonry pier of planning permission DOV/18/01106 (application under Section 73)

21/00007         40 Pencester Road
Change of use from betting shop (Sui Generis) to hot food take away (Sui Generis) with the installation of a chimney extractor and duct

20/01258         Land West of St Radigunds Community Centre Poulton Close
Erection of a three storey block of 24 residential units to provide short term interim accommodation, construction of retaining wall, erection of 2.1m high fencing, new vehicle access, associated parking and landscaping

21/00023         8-9 First Floor and Second Floor Church Street
Change of use and conversion into 2no. flats (Use Class C3 (a))

Alan Lee

I am a member of the Dover Society Committee and the Editor of the Dover Society Newsletter

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