27 September, 2021

Planning Applications w/e 28th May 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;

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

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

Watch the meetings live; on a Laptop, Desktop Device, Mobile Phone or Smart Device. 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;

DOVER
21/00714    37 Biggin Street
Display of an internally illuminated fascia sign.
21/00751    9 Victoria Crescent
Change of use of room to residential accommodation.

GUSTON
None

HOUGHAM WITHOUT PARISH COUNCIL
None

LANGDON
None

LYDDEN
21/00696    Swanton Farm, Swanton Lane
Siting of 3no. shipping containers for commercial storage and distribution.
21/00747    2 Wickham Bushes Cottages, Wickham Bushes Road
Erection of rear conservatory.

RIVER
None

ST MARGARETS AT CLIFFE
None

TEMPLE EWELL
None

WHITFIELD
21/00779    Mcdonalds Drive Thru, Dover Service Area, Sandwich Road
Display of various illuminated and non-illuminated signage
21/00664    Site Rear Of 19 And 21 Bewsbury Crescent
Erection of detached dwelling, driveway with associated parking. Creation
of 2no. parking bay and blocking up of existing windows to side elevation of number 21 (existing garage and shed to be demolished) (trees and hedges to be removed).
21/00778    Mcdonalds Drive Thru, Dover Service Area, Sandwich Road
Alterations to site layout including changes to kerb lines and road markings. Reduction of existing corral area. Installation of a height restrictor.

Alan Lee

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

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