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Monday, 15 April 2013

Burnaston rears it's ugly head again.

15th April 2013

Copy of email  received today!


THE REBUILDING OF BURNASTON HOUSE AT  LAND OFF BANNELLS LANE ETWALL ROAD MICKLEOVER

REASON FOR RECONSULTATION: This planning application has been registered since 2011 and has been undetermined due to an omission in terms of the information accompanying the application.  Whilst recognising that the information is required, archaeological investigation, the applicant has requested that the application now be determined on the basis of the information already in the possession of the Local Planning Authority.Accordingly I am notifying you that the application is once again 'live' and may be determined in late May or June.  If there is anything you wish to add to the comments already submitted, then please forward them to the Local Planning Authority within 14 days of the date of this letter.  All previous correspondence will be taken into account in the determination of this planning application.

I am writing to let you know that the above planning application has just been amended.  You may wish to make observations on the application and the issues it raises.
If you wish to make any observations, I need to receive them in writing within FOURTEEN DAYS of the date of this letter.  Any comments will be taken into account when the application is being dealt with and acknowledged if accompanied by a stamped addressed envelope.  Any comments made will be open for public inspection.
If you are not the owner of the property, please would you inform the owner of the property of the contents of this letter.
If you wish to discuss the application please contact Tim Dening on 01283 595748.



JohnS


1 comment:

Les Sims said...

Bad news indeed, but since our previous objections a new factor must surely be considered and that is FLOODING. Since land either side of the proposed site was flooded twice to a considerable depth not so long ago it is safe to assume that Burnaston House would have been flooded as well and I will point this out to Tim Denning.