Weekly Planning Applications - 21 May 2020
Published: 21 May 2020
The following planning applications have been received. You can view them online by clicking on the application number below or via our search page.
Copies can also be viewed by appointment at Exeter City Council, Civic Centre, Paris Street, please call 01392 265223 to arrange a time for viewing.
Letters of objection, comment or support can be made via the application on our website, or directly to the case officer stated on the application, before the Expiry Date shown on the ‘Important Dates’ screen.
DEVELOPMENT AFFECTING THE SETTING OF A LISTED BUILDING (LB) AND/OR THE CHARACTER OR APPEARANCE OF A CONSERVATION AREA (CA)
Haighton Building, University of Exeter St Luke’s Campus. Installation of access ramp on south elevation. 20/0459/FUL (CA)
Turks Head, 202 High Street. Breathable render to side gable end-wall on rear elevation. 20/0512/FUL (LB&CA)
2A North Street, Heavitree. Demolition of existing structures and construction of 1 dwelling and 6 flats. 20/0407/FUL (CA)
117 Fore Street, St. Davids. Glazed balustrade to roof terrace and minor alterations to internal ground floor and rear courtyard areas. 20/0539/FUL (CA&LB)
LISTED BUILDING PLANNING APPLICATIONS
Turks Head, 202 High Street. Breathable render to side gable end-wall on rear elevation. 20/0513/LBC
23 St Leonards Road. Replacement rear door.20/0554/LBC
117 Fore Street, St. Davids. Glazed balustrade to roof terrace and minor alterations to internal ground floor and rear courtyard areas. 20/0540/LBC
Devon and Cornwall Constabulary Police Training College, Alderson Drive. Single storey extension to north side of existing SSU Building.20/0409/FUL*
34 Holland Park. Construction of garage and home gym in garden. 20/0494/FUL*
35 Okehampton Street. Change of use from small HMO (C4 use) to large HMO for over 6 people (Sui Generis). 20/0395/FUL*
43 Birchy Barton Hill. Construction of new garage and workshop to replace existing garage and car port. 20/0454/FUL*
The Harlequin Centre, Paul Street. Development of a Co-Living (Sui Generis) accommodation block and a hotel (Class C1) including bar and restaurant, following demolition of existing shopping centre and pedestrian bridge, change of use of upper floors of 21-22 Queen Street to Co-Living (Sui Generis), and all associated works including parking, landscaping, amenity areas, public realm improvements, new pedestrian bridge and provision of heritage interpretation kiosk. [Revised] 19/1556/FUL (LB&CA)