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2019/0493 Land Opposite Braeside Goodshawfold Road Loveclough Rossendale Lancashire Full: construction of 7 no. new dwellings with associated works and landscaping.
Nothing in (y)our area
2019/0490 758 Burnley Road, Rawtenstall, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4 8BH
Lawful development certificate: erection of rear dormer extension to existing building
2019 / 0473 Folly House, Goodshaw Lane, Crawshawbooth, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4 8DW
Erection of detached dwelling
Conversion from motorcycle showroom to Class A3 restaurant and A4 drinking establishment with first-floor flat, including external flue and 2 storey extension to the rear Mrs Sophie Anderson Goodshaw
Please note the following from RBC Planning portal and also refer to our objection guidance page which you can find HERE
You can view a planning application online, if you are unable to do this you can visit our Futures Park office where they can be viewed electronically. Our offices are open from 8.45am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding Tuesday when the hours are 9.15am to 5pm). Comments received before a decision is made will be considered. Please note that officers will not respond to questions or comments made on a planning application. Any comments you make cannot be treated as confidential or kept private. Information you provide, including personal information, will be made available to others. Comments we can take into account A decision on a planning application is made by considering a number of different matters. The most important will be what the policies of the development plan for the area say about the application site and the type of development proposed. Government policy, local policies and other planning considerations will also be taken into account. These include:
The scale, appearance and design of the proposal
The effect of the proposal on the amenities of local residents, including loss of light, overlooking, loss of privacy, noise and disturbance
The impact of the proposal on the character of the area and whether the use is appropriate
The impact of the proposal on highway safety and parking
The impact of the proposal on nature conservation and trees
The effect of the proposal on the character and appearance of a conservation area.
The effect of the proposal on the special architectural or historic interest of a listed building.
Comments that cannot be taken into account The Government makes it very clear that there are some things which are not planning considerations. These cannot be taken into account when we decide a planning application:
Loss of property value
Private matters between neighbours, such as covenants, rights of access and damage to property
PLEASE NOTE: in the case of a householder or minor commercial application, in the event of an appeal that proceeds by way of the expedited procedure, any representations made about the application will be passed to the Secretary of State and there will be no opportunity to make further representations.
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