What You Can Get Away With » 2012 » December » 28

Looks like I was wrong last week, as there are some applications this week. Thanks to the admin team for getting these processed and ready.

122266: Demolition of warehouse and erection of electricity sub-station. High Street (part of Williams and Griffin redevelopment)
122267: Conservation area consent for 122266.
122147: Change of use from A3 (food and drink) to A5 (hot food takeaway), Middleborough.
122257: Listed building consent for additional window, Middle Mill Road.

Please note that I am a member of the Council’s Planning Committee for this municipal year. This means that I’m required to act in a ‘quasi-judicial’ manner with regard to applications before the Committee and as such, can’t make comments in favour or against planning applications as I may then have pre-judged them before they come to Committee. I can give advice on planning issues and what to do if you have a comment or objection. However, my ward colleagues Bill Frame and Jo Hayes aren’t members of the Committee, so they’re free to comment as they wish.

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There’s still about 1% of it to go, but now’s the time for writing reviews of the year gone by, however I will not be doing so. (If you really feel the need for one, I suggest you read Love and Garbage‘s).

Sadly, it’s not because I’m saving you entirely from it, but because I don’t want to repeat myself. In about a month’s time, this blog turns ten years old, and so I’m planning to do a series of posts looking back over those ten years, of which this year will be just a part. And now I’ve said that in public, it likely commits me to actually doing it – just like all those other posts that I’ve promised are coming that have yet to appear.

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