Planning Notice

Former Powergen site, Victoria Road – decided

Planning Application

Screening opinion – Residential dwellings, foodstore, parking spaces for residents and public , a pedestrian and cycle bridge links and associated landscaping and access works and SUDS

15/00010/EIA/AS

This is an application asking the council whether or not any future planning application needs to include an Environmental Impact Assessment when/if it is submitted or the scope of any future assessment. It is not a planning application and the planning merits of the proposal will not be considered.

The decision of the council is limited by the requirements of the EIA Regulations. The parish council and local residents are not consulted on EIA applications but will be if a planning application is made in the future.

More information is available on the EIA page on the Ashford Borough Council web site.

Decided: EIA not required

We have posted copies of exhibition display boards for this development
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Sunray Engineering Ltd Unit 6, Wotton Road, TN23 6LL

Planning Application

Proposed extension to an existing factory

15/01402/AS

Decided: Permit

Discharge of Conditions

15/01402/CONA/AS Posted on 15/01402/CONA/AS

15/01402/CONA/AS Posted on 15/01402/CONA/AS

15/01402/CONA/AS Posted on 15/01402/CONA/AS

15/01402/CONA/AS Posted on 15/01402/CONA/AS

15/01402/CONA/AS Posted on 15/01402/CONA/AS

Land rear of 1 to 5, between 5 and 6 and south east of 20, Ellingham Industrial Centre, Ellingham Way – decided

Erection of 3 new light industrial units and associated works and alterations to vehicular access way to car park area and formation of additional parking bay.

Discharge condition 7, 8

14/01376/CONA/AS

Decided: Permit

Original Application

14/01376/AS Erection of 3 new light industrial units and associated works and alterations to vehicular access way to car park area and formation of additional parking bays

Conditions

  1. Prior to works commencing on site, details of parking for site personnel as well as details of loading and turning areas for construction traffic shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority and thereafter shall be provided and retained throughout the development. The approved parking, loading and turning areas shall be provided prior to the commencement of development. Reason: To ensure provision of adequate parking, loading and turning facilities for vehicles in the interests of highway safety and to protect the amenities of local residents in accordance with policy.
  2. Prior to the commencement of development, details of facilities, by which vehicles will have their wheels, chassis and bodywork effectively cleaned and washed free of mud and similar substances at the application site, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The approved facilities shall then be provided prior to the works commencing on site and thereafter shall be maintained in an effective working condition and used before vehicles exit the site and enter onto the adopted highway for the duration of the construction works.