LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD Town & Country Planning Act 1990Notice ID: WAT0269143
LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD Town & Country Planning Act 1990
Town & Country Planning (Consultation) (England) Directions 2009 Town & Country Planning (General Development Procedure) (Amendment) (England) Order 2010 The Planning (Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas) Act 1990 Town & Country Planning (Appeals) (Written Representations Procedure) (England) Regulations 2009"
To view the following applications and documents go to the planning online register at http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/
Development affecting the Winchmore Hill Green Conservation Area
Part single, part 2-storey rear extension.
70 Church Hill, London N21 1HX
Development affecting the Bush Hill Park Conservation Area
Single storey side and rear extension, involving increase in roof height, replacement garage at side, together with dormer windows to front, side and rear elevations.
29 Private Road, Enfield EN1 2EH
Development affecting the Lakes Estate Conservation Area
Replacement front footpath (PART RETROSPECTIVE).
55 Old Park Road, London N13 4RG
Development affecting the Enfield Town Conservation Area
Installation of internally illuminated signs comprising of 1 x fascia and 1 x projecting and 2 x non-illuminated window vinyl's.
16 Church Street, Enfield EN2 6BE
Development affecting the Meadway Conservation Area
Two storey side and rear extension and basement level.
25 Greenway, London N14 6NP
Any person who wishes to make representation to the Council regarding the application(s) should do so within 14 days of the date of this Notice using the planning online register. Guidance on how to use the online register is available at www.enfield.gov.uk using the Search For Applications button. The Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985 requires that any observations on this proposal must be made available, on request, to the press and the public (including the applicants) who may take copies, if they so wish. Copies of observations may be published on the Council and the Planning Inspectorate websites, including any personal information provided.
** If a householder, advertisement consent or minor commercial application becomes the subject of an appeal, dealt with by written representation, against refusal of planning permission, there may be no opportunity under the fast track appeal process to make further comment at the appeal stage. Comments received at the application stage will be forwarded to the Planning Inspectorate. Dated: 16/08/2017 www.enfield.gov.uk