18 May, 2022

Planning Applications w/e 12th March 2021

An abbreviated list of the planning applications concerning the Dover Society area 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;


You can comment on any application here, as an individual, if you so wish.

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A link will be published on the page for the planning meeting on the Council’s website. You should join anonymously. When the meeting starts you will be let in. Always follow the instructions on screen.
The following are brief details of registered planning applications in our area for the forthcoming week;

21/00297     15 Oswald Road
Erection of single storey side and rear extensions

21/00289     9 Biggin Street
Display of 1no. internally illuminated fascia sign and 1no. non-illuminated fascia sign

21/00288     60 Biggin Street
Display of 1no. internally illuminated fascia sign and 1no. internally illuminated text wall mounted projecting sign

21/00194     115-116 Ryder House London Road
Variation of Condition 2 (approved plans) of Listed Building Consent DOV/20/01481 to allow changes to the hipped roof form of side addition and position of 4no rooflights.


21/00266     Hedgehogs, Satmar Lane, West Hougham
Erection of a barn for the storage of vehicles and tools and construction of a hardstanding



21/00308     169 Lewisham Road
Replacement pitched roof with 1no. rooflight to existing single storey garage, garage conversion to habitable accommodation and installation of window to front of garage

21/00298     Sunrise, 31 Salisbury Road, St Margarets Bay
Variation of Condition 2 (approved plans) to allow changes to the garage roof of planning permission DOV/20/01168 (application under Section 73)

21/00254     The Red House, 28 Granville Road, St Margarets Bay
Erection of side and rear extensions



Alan Lee

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

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