Single storey side extension with roof alterations to existing annex
3 Manor Farm Court, Langdale Way, Frodsham
Rebuild rear boundary wall
1 Park Court, Frodsham
2 x Leylandii (2577 and 2578) – Fell
18 Ellis Lane, Frodsham
Two storey rear extension with balcony
26 Ennerdale Drive, Frodsham
First floor side extension
46 Howey Lane, Frodsham
T1 -To fell multi stemmed Sycamore with severe basal decay for safety, situated on drive entrance adjoining highway. T2-4 Lime – Crown lift to clear highway, severe ivy – remove deadwood.
117.2 To note the decisions taken by the Unitary Council and listed below. Frodsham Town Council objected to those applications in bold text.
1 Meadowside, Frodsham
Part single storey and two storey side extension
Land Adjacent 25 Howey Lane, Frodsham
Proposed new two storey dwelling house
Land Rear of 2 To 4 Red Lane, Frodsham
Erection of two dwellings including new access and associated parking and landscaping (Re-submission of 19/00384/FUL)
Cheshire Cheese, 29 Main Street, Frodsham
Erection of 6 dwellings and the conversion and refurbishment of the Public House (A4 use) to create 1 dwelling (C3 use) with associated access, parking and amenity space
31 – 33 High Street, Frodsham
Erection of office building
10 Maori Drive, Frodsham
Two storey side and rear extension
Rosebank, 51A Howey Lane, Frodsham
Now extension of existing outbuilding for creation of separate dwelling
April House Ground Floor, Chestnut Farm, Tarvin Road, Frodsham
Change of use from office to nursery
Land Adjacent 51 Howey Lane, Frodsham
Erection of one dwelling
68 Main Street, Frodsham
Change of use to short-let/ holiday accommodation
55 Hillside Road, Frodsham
Single storey side and rear extension
16 Netherton Drive, Frodsham
Part single storey and part two storey side extension
88 Ship Street, Frodsham
Two storey side and rear extension and front porch
Land Behind Number 57 Church Street
Erection of two detached houses and ancillary works – resubmission of 12/02447/FUL
5 Kingsway, Frodsham
Single storey side and rear extensions
Woodhouses Farm, Tarvin Road Frodsham
Erection of two dwellings
20 Weaver Road Frodsham
Single storey front and rear extensions. Demolition of rear out-house. Loft conversion.
Land Rear of Helsby Park Homes, Chester Road, Helsby
Continued use of touring caravan and camping site for up to 10 touring caravans including the siting of a portable toilet block within existing building
118. Appeal against Refusal of Planning Permission
To consider whether to make further written representations to the Planning Inspector determining the following appeal against refusal of planning permission by Cheshire West and Chester Council in respect of the following application.
The original application was considered by FTC Planning Committee in January 2020 and the Committee had a number of objections which will considered by the Inspector when determining the appeal.
42 Bellemonte Road, Frodsham
Demolition of one dwelling and erection of 4 dwellings and detached garages
119. Appeal against Enforcement Notice
To consider whether to make written representations to the Planning Inspector determining the following appeal against enforcement action by Cheshire West and Chester Council in respect of a breach of planning control. The appellant is arguing that planning permission should be granted for this fence.
49 Hayes Crescent, Frodsham
Without planning permission, the erection of a 2 metre high closed boarded timber fence to the front and side of the Land which is adjacent to the highway
120. Street Name Consultation
To consider whether to make an alternative suggestion to Cheshire West and Chester Council for the name for the new development on the site of the Cheshire Cheese public house to that listed below, which has been proposed by the developer.
The name of a living person may not be used and the permission from the family must be obtained to use the name of a person who is deceased, if it is less than 50 years since the date of death.
Proposed Street Name
Cheshire Cheese Court
The street is named after the old pub that was on the site.
121. Dismissal of Planning Appeal at Little India, 98 Main Street Frodsham
To note that the company owning the ‘Little India’ restaurant submitted an appeal to the HM Planning Inspectorate against the refusal of Cheshire West & Chester Council to grant retrospective Advertisement Consent for the display of illuminated advertisements at 98 Main Street Frodsham.
That appeal was dismissed by the Planning Inspectorate on 4 November 2020. To comply with the Inspector’s decision, CWAC’s Planning Enforcement Officer has written to the company requesting the removal of all unauthorised advertisements at that address within three months (ie by 22 February 2021).