Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Areas) Act 1990Notice ID: BOU1983139
Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Areas) Act 1990
The Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015
Comments are invited on the following applications:
WEYMOUTH & PORTLAND BOROUGH COUNCIL APPLICATIONS
WP/20/00896/FUL The proposed development affects the setting of a Listed Building. Conservation Area Change of use of part of first floor from ancillary to retail to 4.no dwellings and internal changes on the ground floor to provide 3.no retail units 104 ST MARY STREET, WEYMOUTH WP/20/00901/LBC Conservation Area Listed Building Internal and external alterations to include installation of french doors on ground floor, form new window opening on first floor and block up existing window, install new roof light, re-roof in natural slate and changes to internal layout 4 LENNOX STREET, WEYMOUTH
WP/20/00923/FUL Conservation Area Erect single story extension and parking to the front 38 HIGH STREET, WYKE REGIS, WEYMOUTH PORTLAND
WP/20/00832/FUL Listed Building Change of use from skittle alley (C1) to 1.No dwelling (C3) ROYAL BREAKWATER HOTEL, CASTLETOWN, PORTLAND
WP/20/00833/LBC Conservation Area Listed Building Internal alterations to facilitate the change of use from skittle alley (C1) to 1.No dwelling (C3) ROYAL BREAKWATER HOTEL, CASTLETOWN, PORTLAND You can see the application online by visiting the Council's website
or at the Dorset Council offices, during normal working hours.
To make comments about this application you can use the online link on the above web page, or write to the Council at South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester, DT1 1UZ. Your comments must be received within 24 days of the date of this site notice, quoting the application number. We will publish your comments on the Council's website. Please note: If you do not provide or do not wish your name and address to appear on the website then your comments will be treated as anonymous and your views will not be taken into account. It is not normally possible to respond to specific points raised in any comments you make. In the event of a planning appeal any comments will be copied to the Planning Inspectorate. There may not be a chance to make further comments at the appeal stage so you should make any comments by the expiry date.