Burton Overy Parish Council

Serving the people of Burton Overy


Clerk: Kate Barker
Springside House, Scotland
Lane, Burton Overy, Leicester

Tel: 07827 797125

Planning Applications

Parish Council Meeting - 11th February 2020

The following planning matters were considered at this meeting

  1. Ref,No: 20/00046/FUL(revised scheme of 19/01441/FUL) Hebe House, The Lea, Main Street

"Whilst Burton Overy Parish Council had not supported any variation of the residential curtilage conditions previously imposed, it was agreed that the council had no comment to make on this application."

  1. Ref.No: 20/00110/FUL - Forge Mews, Bell Lane

"In general the council supports the renovation and restoration of old buildings to meet 21st century needs, provided this can be achieved in a manner in keeping with the character of the village and its conservation status. Bell Lane adjoins the central crossroads of the village. The frontages of the dwellings along Bell Lane all have individual qualities which, taken together, comprise one of the most interesting street scenes in the village. The Council took the view that it is very important to safeguard the appearance of this part of the village. Any planning consent should, necessarily, set strict requirements on the design and materials used in the renovation of the frontage of Forge Mews, so as to achieve a sympathetic blend with neighbouring properties. Strict requirements should be also be placed on the renovations to the rear of the dwelling so as to ensure any impact on neighbouring properties, whether structural or aesthetic, is minimised."

3. Ref.No: 19/00843/OUT - Appeal Reference: APP/F2415/W/19/3243092

Parish Council comments can be viewed here after the meeting or under 'Consultee Comment' on the Harborough District Council planning pages.

For more information please go to the HARBOROUGH DISTRICT COUNCIL PLANNING PAGES.

Disclaimer: For all undecided planning applications, please consult the Harborough District Council planning pages or contact the District Council directly. The parish council receives details of applications and are consulted on them. We can submit our views (taking into account the views of local residents), but the District/Borough Council primarily look to us to provide local insight and may not follow our view. The public should send comments to both the parish council and District Council within any deadline period. You can voice your concerns to them on any planning matter.

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