Planning applications – 29 October, 2013
Wednesday 30th October 2013, 9:00AM GMT.
Applications to the Environment Department, as published in the Guernsey Press.
Mr G. A. Riley – erect a wooden gate (retrospective) at Dhiffushi, Les Dunes, Vazon Road.
Mr and Mrs C. McHugh – erect entrance pillars and gates and resurface drive and parking area at Guennola, Les Eturs.
Mr and Mrs J. Bowley – install one rooflight to front of garage (north) at Juno, 6, Meadow Drive, Le Villocq Lane.
Festung Guernsey – excavate personnel shelter, install door and erect post and wire fencing (protected building) at Personnel Shelter, Fort Hommet.
Mr and Mrs D. Carre – install solar panels (front elevation) at Craighaven, Forest Road.
Mr J. Le Moignan – erect an agricultural store for temporary two year period at field at Vue de L’Eglise.
Island Waste Ltd – erect acoustic fencing along north and east boundaries at Island Waste Ltd, Pointes Lane.
Mr and Mrs S. Llewelyn-Jones – alterations to porch to include new door and glazed panels at Tir Na Noge, Forest Road.
Estates Department – erect a greenhouse at Princess Elizabeth Hospital Casquets Ward, La Route de la Corbinerie.
Mr and Mrs M. Chart – erect dower wing at side (east elevation) at The Squirrels, Les Hurettes Lane.
Mr J. Heaume and Mrs J. Dickens – demolish conservatory and erect sun lounge at rear at Elder Cottage, Rue du Moulin Huet.
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Mrs A. Radford – demolish section of roadside wall to widen vehicular entrance and re-position pillar at St Davids, L’Hyvreuse Avenue.
Lefebvre Properties Ltd – install four air source heat pumps in rear courtyard (west) and four indoor hydroboxes (protected building) at 10, Lefebvre Street.
Mr C. J. De La Mare – alter and convert into ground floor flat at Therest, Rosaire Avenue.
Mr P. C. Browning – remove section of hedge and extend vehicular access at Cardona, 3, Sycamore Clos, Collings Road.
Mr J. Loughlin – erect a porch (retrospective) at 4, Hillside Apartments, Vauvert.
Dr and Mrs Sweet – erect a sun lounge to the rear of the dwelling at 12, The Hermitage, Les Croutes.
Hope For A Child – change of use of unit three from archive store to church (Public Amenity Use Class 27) at The Trinity Square Centre, Trinity Square.
Mr and Mrs P. Bruges – install rooflight at front (north) at 2, Newlands Terrace, Mount Durand.
Mr and Mrs A. Mahe – demolish part of existing extension and create additional parking area to front of property. Install new door on north elevation and install window on east elevation at La Boue Farmhouse, Rue des Vinaires.
The National Trust of Guernsey – construct a dry ford at Rue de Quanteraine.
Mr A. Sparkes – change of use from Storage and Distribution Use Class 35 (data/archive) of Unit One to industrial class 40 (Shipping, Storage and Distribution of non-ferrous metals) at Unit 1, Avalon House, Bulwer Avenue.
Lloyds Banking Group – remove existing and install new ATMs at Lloyds Bank, The Bridge.
Mr K. Tostevin – demolish existing single-storey workshop and erect two-storey building for use as a pharmacy and ancillary office/store at L’Islet Business Centre, Les Petites Mielles.
Mr and Mrs M. Brown – remove existing corrugated roof from outbuilding and replace with slate roof at Le Grand Courtil, Les Tracheries Road.
Mr and Mrs I. J. Shepherd – trim and remove lower branches of trees along rear boundary (protected) at La Pastourelle, La Manche Estate, Rue de L’Ecole.
Mr and Mrs M. Smith – demolish two existing sheds and erect 1.5-storey garage with external staircase at Cove Cottage, 10, Montague Park, Grande Rue.
Mr P. Higgs – change of use from Residential Use Class 1 (dwelling house) to Residential Use Class 4 (dwelling house and use for professional or business purposes) (protected building) at Le Vier Marais, Rue du Marais.
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 site notice.
Applications are normally advertised in the Press shortly after they are received as valid and this advertisement may 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 Environment Department offices at Level 3, Sir Charles Frossard House, La Charroterie, St Peter Port, during the hours of 9am to 5pm, Mondays to Fridays.
Please note that the contents 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.