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General information
Number P191048/F
Current status Valid
Decision
Appeal decision
Type Planning Permission
Location Stable block at Brooklands Little Cowarne Herefordshire HR7 4RH
Proposal Proposed conversion of redundant stable block into holiday accommodation
Parish Little Cowarne
Ward Hampton
Easting/Northing 360578 - 251177
Case officer Matthew Neilson
Contact details Contact details of your case officer
Agent name Mr Leonard Vidler
Agent address Linton Design 5a Old Road Bromyard Herefordshire HR7 4BQ
Applicant name Mr Chris Crichton
Applicant address Brooklands Little Cowarne Bromyard HR7 4RH
Publicity date Wednesday 3 April 2019
Comments by Thursday 2 May 2019
Application dates
Date received Friday 22 March 2019
Date validated Friday 22 March 2019
Consultation start date Wednesday 3 April 2019
Consultation end date Thursday 2 May 2019
Target determination date Friday 17 May 2019
Consultees
Consultee
Name Cllr Bruce Baker
Organisation name Hampton
Address Little Venns Green Sutton St Nicholas Hereford HR1 3DD
Date consulted Wednesday 3 April 2019 
Consultee
Name Ms Karen Hodges
Organisation name Little Cowarne PC
Address Vilberie Cottage Little Cowarne Bromyard HR7 4RQ
Date consulted Wednesday 3 April 2019 
Consultee
Name Transport Department
Organisation name Herefordshire Council
Address Council Offices Plough Lane Hereford Herefordshire HR4 0LE
Date consulted Wednesday 3 April 2019 
Consultee
Name Ms Jill Addis
Organisation name Public Rights of Way Development Officer
Address Balfour Beatty Unit 3 Thorn Business Park Rotherwas Industrial Estate HR2 6JT
Date consulted Wednesday 3 April 2019 

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