Planning applications in Church, Katesgrove, Redlands and Whitley wards for the week ending 6 October

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

Church ward

Planning application 181605.
234c Shinfield Road
Reading.

Loft conversion with provision of rear box dormer and roof lights.


Katesgrove ward

Planning application 181629.
Existing private car park
East Street
Reading.

Non-material amendment to application 170019 (allowed under appeal APP/E0345/W/17/3190317) for re-configuration of consented basement arrangement and associated changes to internal layout at ground floor level.


Planning application 181650.
Former private car park
East Street
Reading

Discharge of condition 17 of planning permission 170019 (APP/E0345/W/17/3190317).


Planning application 181654.
Former private car park
East Street
Reading

Application for approval of details reserved by condition 7 (170019) (APP/E0345/W/17/3190317).


Redlands ward

Planning application 181615.
6 The Mount
Reading
RG1 5HL.

Retrospective listed building consent for renewal of roof surfaces, repointing, replacement of gutters and downpipes, rear dormer with ensuite bathroom, and replacement of windows.

See other planning applications at RG1 5HL.


Whitley ward

Planning application 181604.
Unit 12, Reading Trade City
Basingstoke Road
Reading
RG2 0TA

New brand standard fascia signage.

See other planning applications at RG2 0TA.


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