Planning applications to be considered by Parish Council on 8 May, 7.30 pm

The following applications will be considered by the Parish Council at their May meeting, 8 May, 7.30 pm.  Members of the public are welcome to attend and share their comments with Council, before decisions are made.

3PL/2017/0487/HOU Mr & Mrs Cull, 23 Chantry Lane Proposed entrance porch, rear & side extensions.

Mr Holley, Old Coach House, St Andrew’s Lane


Expansion of Existing Tourist Accommodation Development to Install 4no. Luxury Timber Clad Holiday Lodges.
3PL/2017/0490/HOU Mr & Mrs Wilson, 37 Elizabeth Drive single storey rear extension.
3PL/2017/0456/HOU Mr Atkinson, 38 Oaks Drive Extension to bungalow to infill space between garage and property.
3PL/2017/0529/F Mr  Edge, 14 Mill Street Construction of 2no. dwellings with ancillary garages.




Mr & Mrs Standing, 7 Tun’s Road Loft conversion, Extended porch, demolition of conservatory and replace with extension and attached garage to the side

Also, the Council have been invited to provide their view on a proposed mobile phone mast installation by Valcon Telecom Ltd. The proposed site is on Hall Farm, Tuns Road. This follows on from a previously submitted planning application which was withdrawn by the applicant prior to a decision by Breckland Council.  This pre-application proposal will be considered by Council on Monday evening.

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2 Responses to Planning applications to be considered by Parish Council on 8 May, 7.30 pm

  1. Flip says:

    No buildings should be allowed to be erected at the rear of 14 Mill St.
    Necton village is slowly diminishing and becoming a small urban town.
    If we give in to residents wishing to build in there back gardens just because they want there mums, dads, sons and daughters to be near them there would be no village left to speak of.
    Please please Necton parish do not allow this to happen in our beautiful village.
    There is enough new build and we do not want more..

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