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Planning update 31 July

Knaphill Planning Update 31 July 2014

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Planning update

Knaphill Planning Update 14 July 2014   NEW PLANNING DECISIONS PLAN/2014/0215 Old library, 20 High Street. Demolish old library and build a 9 residential unit (3 x 2 bedrooms + 6 x 1 bedroom) The plans are for a block…

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Knaphill Planning Update – 12 February 2014

NEW PLANNING DECISIONS PLAN/2013/0202 Total (now Esso) Garage, 23 High Street Variation of condition 6 to PLAN/1985/0686 Currently the petrol station and associated shop have opening hours of 07.00 to 23.00 hrs. The application was to be allowed to open…

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Planning update 13/1/14

NEW PLANNING DECISIONS PLAN/2013/0193 22A High Street Proposed demolition of existing outbuilding and replacement with a detached 3 bedroom dwelling. This is the site at the rear of the take-away and the old library. The application was rejected by the…

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Planning update 17/12/13

NEW PLANNING DECISIONS PLAN/2013/0856 – Brookwood Farm Reserved matters application for the access, appearance, landscaping, layout and scale for the erection of a primary school. Woking Borough Council (WBC) Planning Committee deferred making a decision on the above application. One…

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Planning update 27/11/13

New planning decisions Woking Borough Council’s Planning Committee reject the planning application to build four houses on land between Highclere Road and Lane End Drive. The address of the current bungalow on this land is given as 41 Highclere Road….

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Knaphill Planning Update – 1 October 2013

News Surrey County Council submitted detailed plans for the new school on Brookwood Farm and the associated new bridge to cross the Basingstoke Canal. (PLAN/2013/0856 and PLAN/2013 /0864)   COND/2013/0070 Discharge of conditions 18 and 25 of PLAN/2011/0160 Sainsbury’s Redding…

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Development of old library site in the High Street, Knaphill

In October last year Woking Borough Council announced that they had purchased the old library site from Surrey County Council and planned to develop the site for housing and a memorial garden. The announcement went on to add ‘Given its…

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Not another take-away!

Woking Borough Council has received and published a planning application from a London based company to convert the shop/office that sits on the corner of Anchor Crescent into a restaurant/café/take-away. These premises were last occupied by Mackrell Turner Garrett, solicitors….

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Should Knaphill develop a Neighbourhood Plan?

Residents in Knaphill are feeling pretty abused when it comes to planning decisions. We’ve all felt Woking Borough Council’s approach is skewed at times, never seeming to reflect popular opinion or taking cognisance of what the locals are saying. So…

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