Planning applications lodged with the Lake District National Park Authority

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Planning applications submitted to Lakeland District National Park Authority for period up to and including November 3, 2012.

Ambleside: Replacement timber jetty and walkway ‘like for like’ in materials with 9.15m extension (lake end) and 0.6m extension (shore end), at The Boathouse, Cunsey, for Ms L. Stott; variation of condition no. 2 of planning approval 7/2004/5279 and condition no. 1 of planning approval 7/2011/5444 to remove limitation that no person shall reside within any part of the accommodation for a cumulative period in excess of four weeks in any calendar year.

Backbarrow: Leisure development in connection with existing country sporting facilities to include 4 no. caravans (one of which is disabled access) together with a replacment building for the country sports purposes together with ancillary works, at Mungeon @Farm, Backbarrow, for J. Blackett.

Bootle: Construct cattle feeding building extension, at Part OS Field no. 0495, Hall Waberthwaite, for S. Southward, J.B. Southward & Son.

Bowness-on-Windermere: Extension and improvement of existing hard standing/parking area, at Coach House, Lyth Valley Road, for McKenzie Douglas Ltd; gable/rear elevation ground floor extension with glass balustrade roof terrace, at 15 Langrigge Park, for Mr & Mrs A. Guest.

Broughton-in-Furness: Fell - 1 cherry tree, at Middlesyke, Church Street, for A. Benson; provision of indoor toilets and showers and upgrade of kitchen facilities, at Dale Head, Seathwaite, for D. Richmond.

Grasmere: Compliance with condition 21 on planning permission 7/2012/5185 - levels of car park, at Daffodil Hotel, for Mrs E. Harwood; single storey extensions, at Green Mosses, for R. Hewitt; bedroom extension to front of bungalow, lean-to open porch to lower rear of bungalow, at Elderbeck, for Mr & Mrs M. Bettington.

Keswick: Application to modify existing Section 52 Agreement 1860.456 to allow cottage to be used as a self-catering holiday unit as well as a local home, at Gill Brow Farm, Newlands, for Mr & Mrs J. Harrison & A. Wilson; proposed local needs dwelling, at 1, Scotgate Bungalows, Braithwaite, for Mr Stuart; 2 fascia signs and 1 hanging sign, at 15-17 Main Street, for Mountain Warehouse; single storey extension over existing terrace, at 2 Pine Vale Cottages, thornthwaite, for D. Alker; alterations to form pitched roof in place of flat roof, at 3 Church row, Threlkeld, for Mrs B. Lowesmith.

Millom: Non-material amendment to planning permission 7/2012/4022 to include an existing lean-to as part of Unit 3, to increase roof heights of Unit 3 (& Units 2 & 4 adjacent by same) and change arrangement of doors and windows of Unit 3; install oil storage tank for Unit 3, at Sledbank Farm, Silecroft, for A.E. Sim & Family; convert outbuilding into lounge and bedrooms, construct conservatory and garage extensions, at Bridge House, Main Street, Silecroft, for S. Rushton.

Penrith: Replacement of existing two bedroomed bungalow with a five bedroomed family house, at Old smokey, Glenridding, for Mr & Mrs N. Martin-Rhind; internal alterations and installation of satellite dish, at Croft House, Berrier, for Mrs W. Hamp; internal alterations at ground and first floor, removal of slate cladding to west gable, installation of flue pipe through garage roof for biomass/pellet boiler, at Rose Bank, Dacre, for Dr D. Unwin; proposed internal alterations to house and removal of existing outbuildings to facilitate kitchen/dining and rear porch extension, at Waternook Farm, Howtown, for P. Gordon.

Wigton: Minor material amendment to approval ref 7/1996/2265 replacing garage door with window in north east elevation and additional window in north west elevation (retrospective), at Fell View, Uldale, for Mr K & S Barton; replace existing 8m wooden pole with a new 11m wooden pole (9.45m above ground), at Street Head, Hesket Newmarket, for Openreach.

Windermere: Pollard 1 willow by 1.5m, redcuce 2 yews by 10 per cent, at Yew Trees, Phoenix Way, for R. Theobald.

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