Planning applications – 12 February, 2013
Wednesday 13th February 2013, 9:00AM GMT.
Applications to the Environment Department, as published in the Guernsey Press.
Guernsey Electricity Ltd – install a low-voltage distribution cabinet at land at entrance to Vue des Casquets, Rue de la Perruque.
Nut Tree Ltd – construct access and car park including removal of hedge and replacement earth bank at land at Rue de Bouverie.
Mr and Mrs L. Robertson – alterations to garage – replace flat roof with hipped roof, alterations to fenestration and create patio area at Amber House, Saumarez Lane.
Mr and Mrs P. Gaudion – extend garage on south elevation with first-floor habitable accommodation at Maizal Cottage, Route de la Hougue du Pommier.
Mr and Mrs E. Gillease – demolish section of roadside wall to create vehicular access and parking area, erect steps at rear of parking area at Number 1, La Rue de la Corbinerie.
Mrs M. Knight – install balustrade to east-facing doors at first-floor level at Cantium, Les Vaurioufs.
Dix Neuf Ltd – erect marquee for temporary period from 20 May 2013 to 30 September 2013 inclusive at Bella Luce Hotel, La Fosse.
Mr and Mrs R. and S. Haines – extend and alter dwelling – erect extension, install dormer windows, balconies and alterations to fenestration at Roches Fleurie, Court Fallaise.
Mr and Mrs L. Falla – erect extension, extend and alter roof at rear of property and install dormer window at front of property at Tiburon, Jerbourg Road.
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Mr A. Crocker – erect a pergola at Beaumont, Les Vauxlaurens.
States Property Services – installation of a defibrillator box at St James Concert Hall, St James Street.
Mr B. Cash – replace front door at Victoria Cottage, Brock Road.
Constables of St Peter Port – alterations to pavement to create disabled access at pavement in front of Constables’ Office, Lefebvre Street.
Mr and Mrs D. Vennard – erect ground-floor extension on east elevation at Aberlady, Rouge Huis Avenue.
Mr R. Landford – install handrails to front steps and replace bottom step with concrete slab at Laurel Villa, Upper St Jacques.
Mr and Mrs Scancrett – replace existing boundary hedge with fencing at Peppercorns, Clos de Belvedere.
Mr A. Opie – change of use from Retail Use Class 15 to Retail Use Class 16 (retrospective) at Kingfisher Chip Shop, Route des Sablons, L’Eree.
Archivist – change of use of warehouse (Storage and Distribution Use Class 30) to archive store (Storage and Distribution Use Class 35) at Unit A, Warehouse Development, Route des Long Camps.
Vaux des Issues Ltd – remove western boundary bank and wall and erect granite wall at Chez le Bois, Rue des Issues.
Rector and churchwardens of Torteval – install exterior and interior lighting to church tower and spire (retrospective) (protected building) at Torteval Church, Rue du Belle.
Swallow Services Ltd – variations to works previously approved – install and alter rooflights and alter door (dwellings four and five) and install external lighting traffic mirrors and bin stores at Grand Rue House, Rue du Bordeaux.
Mr and Mrs Martin – erect flat roof infill extension and block up glazed panel at first-floor level at La Concha, La Ville Baudu.
Mr R. Collas – utilise part of campsite to accommodate eight additional motor homes at La Bailloterie Camp Site, La Bailloterie Lane.
Mrs S. Ozanne – demolish existing rear single-storey lean-to extension and erect two-storey pitched roof extension at Hilbre, Bunker Hill.
Mr S. Rosamond – erect garage/shed at rear of property at Le Marecage, Rue des Marais.
Mr and Mrs D. and S. Tardivel – demolish 1.5m section of roadside wall and extend vehicular access at Touchstone, Rue Maingy.
Guernsey Electricity Ltd – install 1.53m-high timber fencing at Electricity Substation, Le Houmet.
It is requested that anyone wishing to make representations about a particular application should submit them in writing to the Environment Department, at the address given below, within seven days of the publication of the above list.
However, if also advertised by site notice, the timescale for making representations will be 21 days from the first display of the notice.
Applications are normally reported in the Guernsey Press shortly after they are received as valid and this might appear before the site notice is erected.
Minor applications may not be included as part of this list. However, a complete register containing details of all applications received is available for inspection by the general public at the department’s offices at Level 3, Sir Charles Frossard House, La Charroterie, St Peter Port during the hours of 9am and 5pm Mondays to Fridays.
Please note that the content of any letters of representation are not treated as confidential by the department and will be disclosed, at their request, to the applicant, once the application has been determined.
Representations will also be made available to the planning tribunal in the event of an appeal, and could be considered and discussed at a public tribunal hearing.