Planning applications in Church, Katesgrove, Minster, Redlands and Whitley wards for the week ending 13 April

There were 17 new planning applications for Church, Katesgrove, Minster, Redlands and Whitley wards this week. They may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees.

Church ward

Planning application 190574.
53 Foxhays Road
Reading
RG2 8ND.

Proposed double storey side extension following demolition of existing store.

See other planning applications at RG2 8ND.


Katesgrove ward

Planning application 190477.
New Century Place
East Street
Reading
RG1 4ET.

Non material amended to planning permission 182251 for internal reconfiguration and associated minor external changes.

See other planning applications at RG1 4ET.


Planning application 190515.
57 Basingstoke Road
Reading
RG2 0ER.

Proposed change of use to A5 (takeaway).

See other planning applications at RG2 0ER.


Planning application 190548.
80 Northumberland Avenue
Reading
RG2 7PP.

Proposed single storey rear extension.

See other planning applications at RG2 7PP.


Planning application 190581.
2 Church Street
Reading
RG1 2SB.

Works to trees in conservation area.

See other planning applications at RG1 2SB.


Minster ward

Planning application 190492.
Land at Fobney Meadow A33
Rose Kiln Lane
Reading
RG2 0JJ.

Proposed dual sided 6m x 3m LED advertising hoarding.

See other planning applications at RG2 0JJ.


Redlands ward

Planning application 190430.
37 Erleigh Road
Reading
RG1 5NB.

Certificate of lawfulness for the existing use of dwelling houses C3 (flats) and a shop A1 (barbers).

See other planning applications at RG1 5NB.


Planning application 190472.
300 Kings Road
Reading
RG1 4HP.

Application for discharge of conditions three (landscaping) and five (landscaping management) of planning permission ref. 181154.

See other planning applications at RG1 4HP.


Planning application 190498.
40 Erleigh Road
Reading
RG1 5NA.

Conversion of C4 HMO to a sui-generis HMO (change from six bedrooms to seven bedrooms).

See other planning applications at RG1 5NA.


Planning application 190520.
55 Donnington Road
Reading
RG1 5NE.

Existing use rented to students continuously since 1999.

See other planning applications at RG1 5NE.


Planning application 190559.
22 Hatherley Road
Reading
RG1 5QA.

Provision of L-shaped rear box dormer.

See other planning applications at RG1 5QA.


Planning application 190560.
22 Hatherley Road
Reading
RG1 5QA.

Certificate of lawfulness for proposed two rear box dormer windows for extension of the loft and the creation of a shared bathroom.

See other planning applications at RG1 5QA.


Planning application 190573.
85 Blenheim Road
Reading
RG1 5NG.

Proposed demolition of the existing outbuilding and erection of a replacement single storey outbuilding in the back garden.

See other planning applications at RG1 5NG.


Planning application 190578.
54 Carnarvon Road
Reading
RG1 5SD.

Proposed single-storey rear extension to existing dwelling as infill against the existing boundary wall.

See other planning applications at RG1 5SD.


Whitley ward

Planning application 190464.
4 Dovecote Road
Reading
RG2 8UJ.

Conversion of derelict garage and extension to create an one-bed dwelling on unused land currently intended as a remote amenity space.

See other planning applications at RG2 8UJ.


Planning application 190495.
Land lying to the north of Island Road
Reading.

Proposed 6m x 3m LED advertising hoarding.


Planning application 190558.
91 Greenfields Road
Reading
RG2 8SG.

Rear extension measuring 4.0m in depth, with a maximum height of 3.4m,and 2.3m in height to eaves level. Notification of the construction ofan extension under class A Part one of Schedule two of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015.

See other planning applications at RG2 8SG.


Links
  1. Reading Borough Council planning applications committees
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