Planning applications in Church, Katesgrove and Whitley wards for the week ending 15 September

There were five new planning applications for Church, Katesgrove and Whitley wards last week. They may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees.

Church ward

Planning application 181511.
19 Sycamore Road
Reading
RG2 7LX.

Change of use form a small C4 house in multiple occupation to a large house in multiple occupation.

See other planning applications at RG2 7LX.


Katesgrove ward

Planning application 181558.
Red Cow Public House
50 Crown Street
Reading
RG1 2SE.

Discharge of conditions 2a (detailed drawings), 2b (schedule of repairs), 3c (roof tiles) and 3d (brickwork) of listed building consent 172256.

See other planning applications at RG1 2SE.


Planning application 181578.
Red Cow Public House
50 Crown Street
Reading
RG1 2SE.

Discharge of conditions 10 (noise protection) and 16 (sustainability measures) of planning permission 172255.

See other planning applications at RG1 2SE.


Whitley ward

Planning application 181441.
Unit 10 Worton Drive
Reading
RG2 0TG.

Erection of security gatehouse.

See other planning applications at RG2 0TG.


Planning application 181538.
Reading Gate Retail Park
A33 Relief Road
Reading.

Display of various illuminated and non-illuminated signage.


Links
  1. Reading Borough Council planning applications committees
  2. Reading Borough Council planning portal
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