Sidmouth planning approvals

PUBLISHED: 17:07 18 August 2008 | UPDATED: 11:01 17 June 2010

THE FOLLOWING planning applications for the Sidmouth area have been approved by East Devon District Council under delegated powers by the head of planning and countryside services with the chairman and vice-chairman of Development Control committee:

THE FOLLOWING planning applications for the Sidmouth area have been approved by East Devon District Council under delegated powers by the head of planning and countryside services with the chairman and vice-chairman of Development Control committee:

* A cycle/walkway 1.7 metres long; planned by Devon County Council, between the River Sid footbridge to the A3052 Exeter Road at Sidford, on land from Sid Footbridge at Sid Vale Cottages, Sid Park Road.

* DCC application to retain temporary classroom at Sidmouth College for a further five years.

* Waitrose Ltd., Stowford Rise: extension of existing store, revised access, parking and landscaping.

* Single storey extension at 32 Primley Road, Sidmouth.

* Victoria Laundry Mill House, Church Street, Sidford: approval of reserved matters in pursuance of outline planning permissions for siting, design and external appearance of 14 dwellings with access.

* Ground works, including retaining wall, to create patio and extend car parking area at 32 Fleming Avenue, Sidford.

* New dormer windows and alterations to existing windows, Easterhill, Redwood Road, Sidmouth.

* Demolition of garage and erection of two-storey extension and conservatory at 64 Fleming Avenue, Sidford.

* Construction of roof light and double glazed kitchen/diner doors at Old Oak House, Fore Street, Sidbury.

* Renewal of conditional planning permission for conversion of farm buildings into six holiday lettings at Chelson Farm, Salcombe Regis.

* Replacement garage at Barrule, Hillside Road, Sidmouth.

* Conservatory at Craig House, Salcombe Hill Road, Sidmouth.

* Extensions to dining room, laundry room and sewing room at Holmesley, Fortescue Road, Sidmouth.

* Erection of two-storey rear extension at 168 Manstone Avenue, Sidmouth.

* Install secondary glazing at 4 Porch Cottages, Church Street, Sidford.

* Retrospective approval was given for the retention of an off-road parking space at 59 Arcot Park, Sidmouth.

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