Plan­ning de­ci­sions

Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - - Bridge Place -

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.

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