Weekly Lists > B/21/0232

Reference B/21/0232
Location Amber House Farm, Sutterton Drove, Amber Hill, Boston PE20 3RS
Proposal Listed Building Consent for the removal of an existing UPVC window and the installation of a UPVC door. Erection of a potting shed and greenhouse in garden to the south west of the house
Received On 17/05/2021
Type Listed Building Consent
Decision Favourable with conditions
Decision Date21/07/2021
Parish Amber Hill Parish Council
Case Officer Emma Dennis


Name Date Download
Amber House -002 Greenhouse Sections and Elevations 12/05/2021
Amber House -001 House Elevations 12/05/2021
Amber House -003 Potting Shed Sections and Elevations 12/05/2021
Flood Risk Assessment May 2021 12/05/2021
TQRQM21074171719881 Existing Site Plan 12/05/2021
TQRQM21074174413253 Proposed Site Plan 12/05/2021
Block Plan 12/05/2021
Location Plan 12/05/2021
Application Form 17/05/2021
Heritage Statement and Design and Access Statement May 2021 19/07/2021
Decision Notice 21/07/2021
Planning Officer report 21/07/2021


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