Tourists could sleep in trees
TOURISTS might be able to sleep in trees if plans are approved in East Pennard.
Simon Parfett of Bruton has applied to build three tree houses at Pennard House Antiques which will be used as tourist accommodation.
If Mendip District Council approve his plans the tree houses will be constructed within oak trees located within the new plantation orchard on the Pennard House estate.
Other applications made to Mendip District Council this week include:
Mr R Frankham of The Mead, Stratton-on-the-Fosse, has applied for a proposed two-storey side extension.
Flower and Hayes Ltd has applied to build two detached dwellings with associated access works and a detached garage at land at Naish’s Cross, Broadway, Chilcompton.
Mr N Cheshire of Oakhill, has applied to build two detached dwellings in a field adjacent to Coalpit Lane, Stoke St Michael.
Mr Phillip Ham of Tinkers Lane, Newbury, has applied for the replacement of upvc windows and doors.
Mr and Mrs Ed Haddon of Lipyeate Lane, Coleford, have applied for a single storey extension.
Frank Catlett of Crossdale Cottage in Evercreech, has made a proposal to change the approved use of Westfield and associated barn from agricultural use to mixed agricultural and equine use in order to keep several horses and use the barn as a shelter and store, on land north of the cottage. The facilities will be for private use by the owner and there is no change and no development associated with this change of use.
Mr A Martin Smith of Croscombe has proposed the pruning of a Silver Birch tree in a conservation area.Mr and Mrs D Brown of Henley Grove, Bruton, have applied to convert the barn at Henley Grove Farm to a dwelling.
Mark Denning of Midsomer Norton, has made an outline application for the residential development of one four-bed detached house with an attached double garage, with all matters reserved, at Pike Hill, Bowlish.
Jane Nicklin of Ham Lane, Bowlish, has applied for Listed Building Consent to demolish the lean to extension on north elevation of west wing and replace it with a two-storey pitched roof gable extension with new floor levels to match existing west wing. The application also includes the removal of a redundant chimney stack, new conservation roof lights to the south roof slope of the kitchen and alterations to the main house including works to chimney stacks.
Mr P Sumner, C/O Pointcloud Consult, has applied to build a stable and groom’s flat over, at College Green Farm, Stone Lane, East Pennard.
Planning decisions made by Mendip District Council this week include:
Jeremy Padfield of Church Farm, Stratton-on-the-Fosse, has had plans to build a toilet block approved.
C Hinvest of Stoke Hill, Stoke St Michael, has had plans for a extension to the existing garage on front elevation approved.
Mr and Mrs Ed Haddon of Lipyeate Lane, Coleford, who applied for Listen Building Consent for a single storey side extension and formation of opening in existing internal wall to provide access to proposed extension have had plans withdrawn.
Mr and Mrs B Hughes of Manor Farm, West Cranmore, have had their application for a rear conservatory approved.
Mrs K Worrall of Weir Lane, Pilton, has been granted Listed Building Consent to demolish her single storey lean to outhouse to build a new single storey outhouse with a conservatory extension.
Mr J J Bassett of Back Lane, Croscombe, has had his proposal of agricultural building approved.
Bernard Haddrell of Dablin Ltd, Bath, has had his application for approval of details reserved by condition for a previous planning consent concerning conditions of schedule of materials, sample panel and joinery at Park Road, Shepton Mallet, approved.