Canterbury City Council’s planning committee met on Tuesday to determine a number of applications.
Here are a number of the decisions made.
A proposal to change industrial units into a fitness studio has been granted.
The units at Port Farm, Island Road, Upstreet, will become a personal training studio.
Council officers had recommended refusing the scheme as it fell outside the intended use of the buildings.
The war memorial at the Buttermarket, Canterbury, is to be improved.
Listed buildings consent was needed in order to a put a bronzed waxed plaque on the plinth so that names could be added; to clean the monument and repair the bird deterrent. The improvements got the go-ahead.
A cul-de-sac of 10 homes is to be built at a former garage.
The Arter Brothers site at Old Dover Road, Barham, will be developed, to include parking and landscaping. The garage will stay.
A scheme to build homes in a former builders’ yard has been rejected.
The committee went against the recommendation of its officer to pass the scheme for six new homes at Ivy Lane.