Archive For The “Planning Applications” Category

Application For 4 Bungalows In Louis Drive Set For Refusal

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Application For 4 Bungalows In Louis Drive Set For Refusal

Last Friday’s ‘yellow list’ contained recommendations on several planning applications, each recommendation comes into effect on Wednesday unless any councillor calls it in. One is in Louis Drive, Rayleigh and is recommmended for refusal, basically  on the grounds of overdevelopment and loss of trees. The proposal is to demolish one bungalow (77 Louis Drive) and…

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Two Applications Recommended For Refusal

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Two Applications Recommended For Refusal

On this week’s ‘yellow list’ of planning applications, there are two proposals recommended for refusal – if no councillor calls them in, they will be officially refused at Wednesday lunchtime. The first is to subdivide a garden in 16 Morrins Close ,Wakering and build a house there. But it is in flood zone 3 –…

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A New Clock Tower In Rochford?

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A New Clock Tower In Rochford?

A new planning application is just in for a 6.4 metre high Clock Tower in Cherry Orchard Way. Unfortunately there’s a problem on the RDC website tonight, so we can’t look at the details yet… real viagra without prescription , cialis en mexico , viagra dosage , cheapest prices for viagra , buy cialis canada…

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Scout Building Application At the End Of Priory Chase

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Scout Building Application At the End Of Priory Chase

There’s a new planning application just in – for a scout building next to St Nicholas School and adjacent to Arundel Gardens, Rayleigh viagra online deals , wholesale viagra , viagra 100 mg , cheap viagra order online , viagra discount codes , viagra chemical structure , canada viagra generic , viagra cost , how…

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A Few More Thoughts About That Roundabout….

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A Few More Thoughts About That Roundabout….

1. According to the document from the applicant’s traffic consultant, the 500 houses in Hullbridge would cause a big increase in congestion if no improvements are carried out. They predict that by 2019, without the 500 houses , there would be queues in Rawreth Lane in the evening rush hour of 45 cars, with delays…

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Getting Back To Normal – And Back To Business

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Getting Back To Normal – And Back To Business

Hopefully, the hacking attack on onlineFOCUS has been dealt with now (fingers crossed). We are trying to get back to normal. The main event this week is tomorrow night’s meeting of the Development Committee, where a decision will be made on the big housing application on the SW Hullbridge /Rawreth borders and the roundabout application…

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The Hullbridge/Rawreth and Roundabout Applications Have Their Own Pages On the Council Website

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The Hullbridge/Rawreth  and Roundabout Applications Have Their Own Pages On the Council Website

If you want to study the two applications due to come up on March 22nd, they  both have their own pages on the council website, full of links to lots of documents, plans etc.: Click here for the Hullbridge/Rawreth application page. Click here for the Roundabout application page. It makes them a lot easier to…

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BREAKING NEWS: New Roundabout Application

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BREAKING NEWS: New Roundabout Application

The planning application for the new roundabout at the Hullbridge Road / Rawreth Lane junction has just been submitted. It is application 16/00162/FUL and you can see it here The first thing we’ve noticed is good news.  Unlike  a previous plan that we’ saw, Mortimer Road still has access onto Hullbridge Road. The other news…

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Breaking News: Hullbridge/ Rawreth Housing Application on March 22nd

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Breaking News: Hullbridge/ Rawreth  Housing Application on March 22nd

We have just heard the following from Hullbridge Green Party Councillors Michael and Diane Hoy about the application for 500 homes on the Hullbridge / Rawreth borders HULLBRIDGE PLANNING APPLICATION We have just been advised that the Outline Planning Application for Hullbridge is going to the Development Control meeting on 22 March. Both myself and…

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Fairly Quiet On the Western Front

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Fairly Quiet On the Western Front

Here’s a brief update on the 3 substantial planning applications that we’ve had in Rawreth : The “North of London Road” application from Countryside was of course passed last year. This was an outline application and the number of homes wasn’t , but would be between 400 and 500. The paperwork and legal stuff following…

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A Red Card Or A Winning Goal ? Sports Pitch Application at Fitzwimarc

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A Red Card Or A Winning Goal ? Sports Pitch Application at Fitzwimarc

There’s only one planning application on this week’s “Yellow List”- but it’s an interesting and important one. It’s a planning application for an outdoor artificial sports pitch, with floodlighting, at Fitzwimarc School. It’s recommended for approval – if no councillor calls it in to committee by 1 pm next Wednesday, it will be passed. The…

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A Couple Of Close Votes

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A Couple Of Close Votes

At the Development Committee tonight, both applications were passed 7-5. The Folly Lane, Hockley , application was particularly contentious, as the Core Strategy indicated 50 dwellings for the site but 75 were proposed. Approval was moved by Heather Glynn, seconded ny Terry Cutmore and passed 7-5. The 5 who voted against were Christine Mason, John…

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