Latest Planning applications
BH2019/03049 Gloucester Building Trafalgar Court
Erection of a three storey rear extension to form 1no two bedroom dwelling (C3) with associated works.
[From the plans this property has 7 beds and 7 cloakrooms. It will be discussed at CAG on 3/12/19]
BH2019/03377 Car Park 7 - 9 Frederick Street
Erection of a part two, part three storey (plus lower ground level) building to form 4no. new flats (C3), and associated works. The 4no. flats will consist of 2no. two bedroom flats, and 2no. studio flats.
BH2019/03446 5 Gardner Street (Pearls)
Alterations to shopfront incorporating installation of timber bi-fold windows
BH2019/03276 40 Gardner Street
Erection of rear conservatory at second floor level and relocation of external staircase with associated alterations.
BH2019/03351 8 - 9 Sydney Street, The Green Dragon (was The Office) now taken over by Enterprise Inns
Display of externally illuminated fascia and hanging signs, internally illuminated menu signs and non-illuminated panel sign.
BH2019/03244 42-46 Frederick Place
Application for Variation of Condition 1 of application BH2019/02247 (Alterations to front entrance incorporating new glazing, access steps and other associated works) to amend approved drawings for alterations to external ground finishes and refurbishment of planters.
BH2019/03075 Travis Perkins Trading Co Ltd Trafalgar Lane
Erection of boundary fence and gates.
BH2019/03019 23 Gloucester Road (was Bathstore)
Installation of non-illuminated fascia signs
Beyond Retro is moving from 42 Vine Street to the above address and wish to change Bathstore’s logo
BH2019/03143 GBMet, Pelham Street
Application for Approval of Details Reserved by Conditions 11 (Landscaping & Transport) and 16 (Samples) of application BH2018/02607
BH2019/03150 41 Bond Street
Change of use of first, second and third floors from hostel (C1) to 3no two bedroom flats (C3) incorporating three storey rear extension with third floor balcony and revised rear fenestration. Retention of 2no studio holiday lets (C1) at ground and basement levels as well as existing ground floor shop space (A1)
BH2019/03130 11 Surrey Street
Change of use of ground floor retail unit (A1) and first floor flat (C3) to 1no two bedroom dwelling (C3) with alterations to fenestration and installation of rooflights to side and rear
BH2019/03029 18 Kensington Gardens
Change of use from mixed use residential and commercial (C3/A1) to commercial throughout (A1)
BH2019/03013 13-14 Sydney Street
Installation of extraction flue to rear elevation
BH2019/02940 8 Kensington Street
Removal of existing chimney stack
BH2019/02838 8 Marlborough Place
Erection of five storey rear extensions to existing flats at basement, ground, first, second and third floors
BH2019/02613 Towerpoint, 44 North Road
Replacement of single glazed aluminium windows and louvre vents with double glazed aluminium windows and ventilation grills
BH2019/02733 22 Foundry Street
Householder Planning Consent for replacement of timber framed windows and timber doors with timber windows and door to the front elevation, and aluminium clad timber windows and door to the rear elevation. Proposals also incorporate the replacement of the tiled roof with slate tiles, and re-rendering where necessary
BH2019/02892 9 Kensington Place
Householder Planning Consent for erection of single storey ground floor rear infill extension
BH2019/02962 10 Kensington Gardens
Installation of 2no telecoms equipment cabinets and associated works
Supplementary information from Applicant: As part of Telefónica’s continued network improvement program, there is a specific requirement for a new site at the above, in order to provide maintained, extended and improved 3G and 4G coverage and capacity, in this busy part of Brighton. Mobiles can only work with a network of base stations in place where people want to use their mobile phones or other wireless devices. Without base stations, the mobile phones and other devices we rely on simply won’t work. This can be achieved by installing some small microcell antennas at 10 Kensington Gardens and deploying 2no. small cabinets in an accessible rear roof top area, (which has prompted the need for this application)
The cabinets are largely screened from public views and placed in an area that is used for storage together with other plant and machinery. They are small items of equipment, which should have no discernible impact, and they are in particular well removed from the most visual and important parts of the designated North Laine Conservation Area
We would repeat that we have carefully placed and designed the scheme to ensure the principles of good siting and appearance are adhered to. The overall impact of the installation on the environment and building is very limited