Plans to convert barn in Shapwick into three homes are approved

  Posted: 29.09.21 at 13:21 by Tim Lethaby

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Plans to convert a barn in Shapwick into a trio of three-bedroom homes, have been given the green light.

A planning application for the prior approval of the proposed change of use of an agricultural building to three dwellings and associated operational development at Barn A, Blacksmiths Lane, Shapwick, had been submitted to Sedgemoor District Council by Mrs P R Barnett.

The proposal sought to convert the barn at the junction of Blacksmiths Lane and Mill Lane to form three dwellings, each with accommodation compromising of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a sitting room and a kitchen/dining room, with associated parking.

The existing roof structure and covering of corrugated fibre cement sheeting will remain, as will the upper section of walls consisting of corrugated metal sheeting and vertical timber boarding. The lower section of walls which are cement rendered blockwork will also remain.

Shapwick Parish Council objected to the plans, with concerns over the design of the homes, increased traffic, car parking provision and the number of homes proposed, but Sedgemoor disagreed and have approved the proposals.

Planning applications in the Street area that have been submitted this week include:

Application for approval of details reserved by conditions 4 (waste management plan) on planning consent 2020/2586/FUL at Northfields, Ham Street, Baltonsborough, has been made by Mr Stamper.

Erection of a first-floor extension at 10 Looks Lane, Butleigh Wootton, has been applied for by Mr H Binns.

Planning applications in the Street area that have been decided this week include:

Erection of single-storey garden room with balcony above on west elevation, single-storey extension on east elevation and fenestration at Bethel Cottage, Barton Road, Butleigh, by Mr Ben Gross has been approved.

Front garage and porch at 2 Poplar Road, Street, by Mr David Little has been approved.

Application for a certificate of lawful existing development for use of lake for recreational fishing on land at Turbary East Drove, Sharpham, by Mr Shaun Hennessy has been approved.

Application for a non-material amendment to permission 2019/1552/FUL for the raising of the floor level by 300mm at 30 Orchard Road, Street, by Mr N Edmonds has been approved.


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