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General information
Number P152591/L
Current status Determination Made
Decision Approved with Conditions
Appeal decision
Type Listed Building Consent
Location Lower Wythall Walford Ross-On-Wye Herefordshire HR9 5SD
Proposal Proposed addition of two windows into timber framed gable
Parish Walford
Ward Kerne Bridge
Easting/Northing 359604 - 220822
Case officer Carl Brace
Contact details Contact details of your case officer
Agent name Mr Patrick McIlroy
Agent address P J M Associates Ltd The Vicarage Dymock Road Much Marcle Ledbury Herefordshire HR8 2NL
Applicant name Mr Guy Pulfer
Applicant address Lower Wythall Walford Ross-On-Wye Herefordshire HR9 5SD
Publicity date Wednesday 16 September 2015
Comments by Thursday 15 October 2015
Application dates
Date received Tuesday 1 September 2015
Date validated Tuesday 1 September 2015
Consultation start date Wednesday 16 September 2015
Consultation end date Thursday 15 October 2015
Decision date Monday 19 October 2015
Target determination date Tuesday 27 October 2015
Consultees
Consultee
Name Ms Janet Poole
Organisation name Herefordshire Council (HB Officer)
Address 1 Blueschool House Blueschool Street Hereford Herefordshire HR1 2LX
Date consulted Monday 12 October 2015 
Consultee
Name Miss Catherine Murray
Organisation name Walford PC (Kerne Bridge)
Address Rose Cottage Coughton Ross-On-Wye Herefordshire HR9 5SF
Date consulted Wednesday 16 September 2015 
Consultee
Name Cllr Paul Newman
Organisation name Kerne Bridge
Address Woodside Phocle Green Ross-On-Wye HR9 7TW
Date consulted Wednesday 16 September 2015 

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