What's planned

PUBLISHED: 11:36 06 January 2006 | UPDATED: 13:21 28 May 2010

Fenland District Council BENWICK Four-bedroom detached house, triple garage and 5.5-metre hub-height domestic wind turbine (Mr and Mrs R Linard). CHATTERIS Alterations to form roof lights and conversion of part roof space to living accommodation, The Gabl

Fenland District Council

BENWICK

Four-bedroom detached house, triple garage and 5.5-metre hub-height domestic wind turbine (Mr and Mrs R Linard).

CHATTERIS

Alterations to form roof lights and conversion of part roof space to living accommodation, The Gables, 1 East Park Street (Stargate Partnership); change of use of ground floor to residential and erection of two-storey rear extension (M Fuller).

COATES

Two-bedroom bungalow, south of 5 South Green (D Bedford).

DODDINGTON

First-floor and two-storey extensions to side and rear, 22 New Street (Mr and Mrs J Fry); erection of 1.9-metre fence, 12 Burdett Close (K Skipp); four-bedroom detached workplace home and detached double garage with workroom over and erection of detached double garage with workroom over, south of 3 Fen View (Mr and Mrs S Turner).

MANEA

Six new homes, north of 22 High Street (C and B Larham); new home, east of Rose Cottage, Fallow Corner Drove (M Hedges).

MARCH

Bungalow, west of 22 Hundred Road (K Brown); conversion of barn and partial rebuilding of cottage with single-storey side extensions to form four-bedroom home (Mr and Mrs A Dunham); part single-storey part first-floor extension, 6 Cavalry Drive (Mr and Mrs S Williams); new home, west of 2 White Lion Close (Mr and Mrs P Sulik Garner).

WHITTLESEY

Change of use from retail to estate agency 9 Market Street (City and County Estate Agents); work to beech tree covered by TPO 2/91, 39 Cemetery Road (Mrs Algere)


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