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Latest Driffield planning applications

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The following planning applications which relate to the Driffield area have been submitted to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council:

Erection of 43 no. dwellings with associated infrastructure, Land East Of New Walk, Driffield.

Increase in storage capacity of Hazardous Substances including kerosene, gas oil and those very toxic to aquatic organisms, Frontier Agriculture, Beverley Road, Hutton Cranswick.

Erection of 1 no. dwelling following demolition of existing workshop and stables, Land East offf Bramble Lodge, Station Road, Hutton Cranswick.

Erection of single storey extension and installation of rooflight to front, 63 South Parade, Leven.

Erection of a detached dwelling (All Matters Reserved), Land North East Of Langtoft Stud Cottam Lane, Langtoft.

Construction of vehicle access and erection of 2m high wall following demolition of existing wall, Bridgeview, Main Street, Garton.

Crown clean Beech tree to remove major dead wood, rubbing and crossing branches and crown reduce by 2-3m to create a balanced shape. All pruning back to suitable growth points to allow more light, Highfield Cottage, North Street, Driffield.

Submission of details as required by Condition 2 (re-instatement of site and remaining building) of planning permission 13/03396/PLF, Land South Of 5 Front Street, Middleton On The Wolds.

Erection of single storey extension to rear and two-storey extension to side following demolition of side single storey extension, 1 Little Beswick, Beswick Heads, Beswick.

Erection of two storey extension to side following demolition of existing single storey extension, Gardeners Cottage, 6 Bainton Road, Tibthorpe.

Erection of a livestock building, Scurf Dyke Farm, Watton.

Conversion of barn to residential dwelling, Cross Trods, Spellowgate, Driffield.

Change of use of agricultural building to a dwelling, West End Farm, West End, Skerne.

Erection of a lean-to building to store agricultural machinery, Cowlam Grange, Driffield Road, Cowlam.

Outline - Erection of a 4 bedroom dwelling (All Matters Reserved), Land West Of 6A Cross Lane, North Frodingham.

Remove two large lower branches of two Beech trees (T1 and T2) due to excessive shading of garden, loss of light to property and branches overhanging the roof, Remove one lower large branch on Sycamore (T3) due to angle of growth causing concern that branch may break, 20 Highwood, Driffield.

Fell three Pine/Conifer trees and one unknown tree (T1-T4) located in the rear garden as they restrict the light, have caused damp to the shed and raising concerns of possible root damage to the oil tank foundations. Fell three Pine trees (T5-T7) to the front of property due to restricting light to the living room. Eastfield Lodge, Main Street, Foston.

Fell dead Beech (T4764). Fell Beech (T4789) with large structural wound at 8m, leaving the structural integrity in question. Fell Sycamore (T4775) with high potential to fail. Remove deadwood from Beech (T4769) over lane, lowest limb showing bark damage. Remove lowest branch over lane from Beech (T4777) due to damage where crossing and rubbing, Land To The North Of 6 Oak Tree Way, Brandesburton.

Fell Beech (553) due to decay in the lower stem and improve site safety, Reduce Beech (564) by a minimum of 2m (maximum wound diameter 75mm) and the new canopy outline graduated into the Western canopy, height of the tree reduced by retrenchment, a minimum of 1.5m (maximum wound diameter 65mm), Fell Beech (566), Canopy remodelling Sycamore (578) to improve shape, Reduce Sycamore (557) overall to balance and restrict canopy size and future development, reduce canopy by a minimum of 1.5m (maximum wound 75mm) and Fell Horse Chestnut (574), Riverhead Hall Nursing Home, Beechwood Lane, Driffield.

Fell Horse Chestnut tree (T1) due to the disproportionate size of the tree in comparison to the garden, large amount of debris and loss of light to house, garden and neighbouring property to the rear, loss of branches raising a safety concern and tree is considered to have low amenity value, Beech House, Middle Street, Kilham.

 

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