New fencing for home
A nursing home is to be allowed new fencing to deter unauthorised access to certain areas.
Pondsmead Nursing Home, at Oakhill, has been granted permission for the new fencing on health and safety grounds.
The plans, agreed by Mendip District Council, includes new wrought-iron estate fencing and a gate around an ornamental pond, grotto and lakes and new fence around boundaries.
Applications made to Mendip District Council in the last week include :
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Peter Bone of Peasedown St John has applied to demolish a single-storey lean to extension and build a two-story side extension at Sun Cottage, Pound Lane, Oakhill.
Proposed works to trees subject to Tree Preservation Orders have been applied for at The Glen Nursing Home, Shapway Lane, Evercreech.
Mr and Mrs Jeffery have applied for the felling of and works to trees in a conservation area at Alton Farm, Victoria Lane, Evercreech.
The proposed felling of an ash tree subject to a Tree Preservation Order has been made by Ruth Loxton at Bel-Air, Bruton Road, Evercreech.
A new field entrance for land at Pilton Hill has been proposed by Paddy Gordon at Stock's Lane, North Wootton.
The relocation of a gateway entrance to a paddock at land adjacent to Neat Lane, Pilton, has been applied for by Harvey Bailey.
Ian Harvey has applied for a 2.4m high green palisade fence and gates at 76 Charlton Road, Shepton Mallet.
An application has been made to build a single-storey orangery, extension to kitchen, general internal alterations, removal of render to rear and alteration to fenestration with reinstatement of door to living room, at Prospect House, Smiths Lane, Ditcheat, by Mr and Mrs Barber.
A joint application for a proposed two-storey rear extension for both Rema Cottage and Ringwell Cottage at Wraxall Road, Ditcheat, has been made by Patricia Burbridge.
Among the applications decided by Mendip District Council include:
Robert Green can build a detached double garage at Drovers, Zion Hill, Oakhill.
A solid built external garden store at 2 Hillside, Church Street, Lower Coleford, applied for by Terence Mills, has been refused.
Mr and Mrs Fogg of The Old Rectory, Wraxall Road, Ditcheat, can demolish an existing dwelling and attached garage and rebuild a new one on the site.
Details have been approved for the Old Summer Dairy, at Westwood Drove, West Lydford. Edward Tabor has been granted approval.
Mr P and J Dawe-Lane, of Moores Farm, Holcombe has been given permission to convert and alter barns to form two separate homes.
WJ Trotman Builders Ltd have been refused permission to convert a building into a live/work unit, south east of 55 Dallimore Lane, Dean.
Outbuildings at Crestacre House, Bruton Road, Evercreech, can be demolished and a two-storey and single-storey side and rear extensions can be built. Mr and Mrs A Powell can also have a new boundary wall and have the access improved.
A builders store will turned into two single-bedroom flats after the Estate of Mr Austin James Appleby (Deceased) was given planning permission on The Store, Oxford Street, Evercreech.
Charles Rickards, of Alham Farm, Batcombe, has listed consent to create an opening light to a fixed-glazed window and retention of replacement rafters.
Mr and Mrs J McCue, of Church Bridge Lodge, Westcombe Hill, Westcombe, has permission to add to the existing house and remove a flat-roofed garage and build an extension.
Elizabeth Neil, of 10 Nalder Close, Shepton Mallet, has been given the green light to turn a room at her home into a hairdressing salon.