THE following planning applications have been decided upon by Wiltshire Council recently.

Malmesbury: A planning application was put in to make changes 45 White Lion Park. It was proposed by John Ayde, that a single-storey side extension and a new front porch be built at his property. The plans were granted planning permission with conditions.

Malmesbury: Mr and Mrs Rhodes applied to the council to build a single-storey extension at the rear of their house on Foxley Road. The extension would be beyond the rear wall of the original house and was proposed to be 4.7m in height. The planning officer deemed that no prior approval was needed for this proposal.

Malmesbury: An application was filed to build a single-storey extension at the rear of 19 Bremilham Rise. The applicants, Mr R Evans and Mrs A Hoptroff, were given the green light for the proposed developed by the planning officer.

Milton Lilbourne: Six trees will be cut down at The Manor House after a planning officer found no objections to the application. The applicant, Esther Cayzer Coluin, requested permission to reduce an acacia tree by 30 per cent.

Chippenham: Richard Davies has applied to build a two-storey side and rear extension on 36 Park Avenue. The application also included a proposed single-storey dining room extension at the property. Mr Davies was granted planning approval on September 28.

Chippenham: Mr Sumbler submitted an application to build a new front porch with a tiled roof on his home at 7 Epsom Close. The applicant was granted planning permission.

Chippenham: A planning application to build a single-storey rear extension to replace an existing conservatory at 30 Moss Mead was submitted. The council’s planning officer decided to grant Mr and Mrs Jefferys approval to carry out the proposed plans.

Sutton Benger: A planning application filed in December last year for the mixed-use development of up to three office units and up to four dwellings with ancillary development on land at Gate Farm has been decided on. The proposals, submitted by Mr H Richardson, rubber-stamped last week.

Stanton St Quintin: David Killinger filed an application to build a log cabin at the bottom of his garden. The plans have been approved with conditions. The proposed cabin would be used as a summer house and hobbies room. However, the cabin, according to the conditions, should not be used as an ancillary residence for the main house.

Seend: Planning permission was sought for proposed access to 15 Dial Close, following the demolition of an existing detached garage, as well as the construction of a new dwelling and garage. Simon Ellinger originally submitted the plans in 2017 but has now been approved by the planning officer following the application being resubmitted to the council.

Neston: David Ellis applied for planning permission to replace an outbuilding on his property with a new outbuilding to give him a home office with a toilet and store. The application has been refused by the planning officer. In the officer’s report, they wrote: “By reason of the removal of the curtilage listed wall, the development would result in less than substantial harm to the architectural and historic interest of the listed building.”

Warminster: An application was submitted by James Edwards to replace the garage at his property at Aingarth, 9A Lower Marsh Road. The planning officer granted approval to the plans.

Westbury: Planning permission was granted to James White and Karen Bodman to build a side and rear extension at 63 Cheyney Walk.

Trowbridge: An application filed in July this year was granted approval this week. The proposals by Jamie Young of 4 Greenway Gardens, will see the development of an access track at land to the rear of Hoopers Pool Lane in Southwick.

Trowbridge: In August Caroline Bouersaoui proposed to add a 6m single-storey extension to the rear of her house at 42 The Mount.

The council carried out the necessary consultation with neighbours and after receiving, no objects to the plans confirmed that no prior approval was required for the development.

Royal Wootton Bassett: Two new domed CCTV cameras are due to be installed at the TSB branch on Borough Fields. The cameras will be fixed directly to the brickwork of the building.