Planning applications – 25 September, 2013
Wednesday 25th September 2013, 9:00AM BST.
Applications to the Environment Department, as published in the Guernsey Press.
Mr and Mrs M. Paige – variations to previously approved scheme – erect porch on front (north elevation) of dwelling and install new pyramid rooflight on flat roof (east elevation) at Oakleigh Cottage, Rue du Preel.
Mr and Mrs M. Worthington – variations to plans previously approved – install flue at La Cachette, Rue de la Vieille Mare.
Mr S. and Mrs J. Thoume – variations to works previously approved to install dormer windows, rooflight and windows – install one additional window to south gable end at first-floor level and install one rooflight to east elevation at Tessla, Rue de la Perruque.
Mr and Mrs G. Martel – erect extensions to side and rear of dwelling, alterations to dormers and revised balcony to front dormer at Fleur De Lis, Retot Lane.
Mr and Mrs R. Burns – alter and convert garage to a dwelling house (residential use class one). Demolish store, reduce height of roadside wall and erect fencing at George Lodge, La Neuve Rue, Albecq.
States Property Services – demolish extension at rear (north elevation) and convert former telephone museum to provide three flats with associated amenity spaces and car parking areas at Telephone Museum, Hermes House, Route de Cobo.
States Property Services – demolish extension at rear (north elevation) and convert former telephone museum to provide two dwellings with associated amenity spaces and car parking areas at Telephone Museum, Hermes House, Route de Cobo.
Mr and Mrs M. Petit – demolish existing conservatory and erect new ground-floor extension on north elevation. Install new window to utility room and new door to garage at Maple House, 2, La Marette Court, Route de Farras.
Mr and Mrs P. West – demolish existing extensions and erect replacement two-storey extension at front (south elevation) with Juliet balcony and two-storey extension at rear (north elevation) at Le Foulon House, Foulon Road.
Mr P. Freeman – erect bridge with glazed balustrade and walkway from The Mill balcony to raised garden at The Mill, Steam Mill Lane.
Mr D. Le Huquet – convert existing barn into two dwellings with gardens and parking at Les Huriaux Farm Complex, Les Huriaux Road.
Mr and Mrs P. Meader – extend and convert barn to habitable accommodation and alter ground levels, lay paving, demolish wall and remove steps (protected building) at De Mouilpied, Les Mouilpieds.
Mrs B. Mallett – demolish existing and erect two-storey and single-storey extension to rear (west elevation), relocate earth bank, erect timber fence and extend existing parking area to side of property at No. 3 Pine Cottages, Rue des Marettes.
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Mr and Mrs S. Poyner – install rooflights and sun pipe (front and rear elevations) at La Planque, Ivy Castle Lane, Le Grand Bouet.
Mrs Deighton – install three rooflights on north elevation and internal alterations (protected building) at Millmount, Candie Road.
Mr K. Andrews – demolish existing sunroom, erect lean-to extension and install sliding door (rear elevation), create terrace (rear garden) and internal alterations (protected building) at Pageots Corner, Doyle Road.
Mr and Mrs S. Welch – remove chimney at La Chaumiere, Rue du Pont Vaillant.
Mr T. Bourgaize and Miss C. Moore – create roof terrace on existing flat roof at Mounthill, Valnord Hill.
Mr and Mrs M. Wilkins – demolish section of roadside granite wall to create new vehicular access and parking area and install new gate pillars at 1, Mount Hermon Villas, Les Petites Fontaines.
Mr D. Sarre – install replacement roof on existing flat roof extension to rear (north) of property and install rooflights at Kozee Cottage, 2, Campbell Terrace, King’s Road.
Mr and Mrs C. Boughey – erect fence adjacent to west boundary (retrospective) at Figures House, Havilland Road.
Mr and Mrs J. Sharpe – demolish existing store and alter fenestration on rear (west elevation) and install rooflights on existing lean-to on side (north elevation) at La Camelia, Fort Road.
Mr G. Clark – remove Leylandii trees along west boundary at Tamarind, Route des Adams.
Mr and Mrs Belair – alterations to existing conservatory on southwest elevation to form new kitchen at Les Ajoncs D’Or, Rue des Mares.
Sure Guernsey – install two telecommunications cabinets and an electricity box on land adjacent to Le Coudre House, Rue du Bordage.
Mrs M. Warr – remove boundary wall to front of properties at Neuchatel and Dieu Mon Abri, Roland Road.
Mr and Mrs C. Sarre – erect extension to rear and side of property, install rooflights (north), install doors on first-floor level and erect roof terrace with glazed balustrade at Kassiopi, Les Canus.
Mr and Mrs S. Ingrouille – extend domestic curtilage and erect a shed at La Chimere, Les Marais Lane.
Mr and Mrs C. A. Richardson – variations to works previously approved, erect a sun lounge to the rear of the dwelling – increase floor area at Le Petit Coin, Rue de l’Ecole.
R. W. Randall Ltd – demolish existing buildings, erect 12 new dwellings with new vehicular access and service road, infill existing vehicular access, erect new boundary walls and carry out landscaping at Le Coq du Nord, La Route du Braye.
Dee Construction Ltd – erect two dwellings (variations to plans previously approved to erect nine dwellings) and alterations to parking layout at Quatrieme, Les Mares Pellees Road.
Mr and Mrs J. Wood – paint external wall (west elevation), (protected building) at Rocque Qui Sonne, Rue de l’Ecole.
Mr and Mrs J. J. Jones – alterations to existing sunroom and to fenestration to the rear of dwelling at Les Lauriers, Pleinheaume Road.
Mr and Mrs B. R. Collins – replace Leylandii hedging with fence at Vue De L’Epine, Rue des Marais.
Mrs G. Bourgaize – erect a utility unit on west elevation of dwelling at Homelea, Rue
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.