Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Town and Country Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2010Notice ID: MF0272693
Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Town and Country Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2010
The following planning applications are those affecting the setting of a Listed Building, a Conservation Area, a Public Right of Way, or major applications and are available to view on our website. Views relating to the planning applications listed below should be made by 17/05/2018 quoting the reference number. All views expressed regarding a planning application will be considered and placed on a file, which is open to the public.
DURRINGTON - 18/03231/FUL River Cottage, Church Street, Demolish Existing Garage/Double Storey Garage with Garden Room;
SALISBURY CITY - 18/03113/FUL 21-23 Fisherton Street, Alterationsshopfront & the linking of 21/23 Fisherton Street to provide ground floor retail space/Convert existing residential units into standalone residential units/Insert larger windows & door to rear elevation (Amendments & revisions to previous Application 17/05644/FUL);
18/03189/FUL 16 Belle Vue Road, Demolish & Replace Existing Garage/External & Internal Alterations;
18/03256/LBC 49 High Street, Install non-illuminated blue enamelled circular commemoration plaque;
SEDGEHILL & SEMLEY -18/02826/106 Land at Chaldicotts Farm, Remove Section 106 Agreement relating to S/2003/2673;
WILTON - 18/03227/LBC Wilton Place, 27 West Street, Creation of 2 new openings within internal walls. Email Address: email@example.com
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Traffic Management Act 2004
1. The County of Wiltshire (Southern Wiltshire) (Off Street Parking Places) Order 2018
2. The County of Wiltshire (Salisbury) (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting, Taxi Rank Clearways and On Street Parking) Consolidation Order 2018
Notice is hereby given that Wiltshire Council proposes to make the above Orders under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and the Traffic Management Act 2004 the effect of which will be as follows:
Order 1 - To revoke The County of Wiltshire (Southern Wiltshire) (Off Street Parking Places) Order 2015, re-enact it in the above Order 1 and to make the following changes: To include a definition of Electric Vehicle being 'a vehicle in which the electrical motive power is fully or partially derived from an electrical storage battery' and a Electric Vehicle charging bay being 'an area of the car park, indicated by appropriate signs & markings, which is provided for the recharging of Electrical Vehicles by means of a Charging post', all electric vehicles using electric vehicle charging bays must park in accordance with pay and display parking and must at all times be connected via a recharging lead to the charging post installed in respect of the parking place. To include within the articles of the Order that where a parking place has the option to obtain a ticket to cover a period of free parking, only one such ticket may be obtained to cover that vehicle per 24 hours.
Amesbury - to introduce a Sunday charge in Central Car Park and Church Street Car Park of £0.50 per visit. To introduce bank holiday charging as follows: Central Car Park: 1hr - £0.20, 2hrs - £0.80, 3hrs -£1.70, 4hrs - £2.20, 5hrs - £2.80 and All Day - £4.50. Church Street Car Park: 1hr - £0.30, 2hrs - £1.20, 3hrs - £2.20, 4hrs - £2.70, 5hrs - £3.60, 8hrs - £5.80 and All Day - £6.30. To change the current Standard Season Ticket charge in Central Car Park to 12 months - £480, 6 months - £240, 3 months - £120, 1 month - £40.
Salisbury - to introduce bank holiday charging as follows: Brown Street East and Brown Street West Car Parks, Lush House Car Park, Maltings Car Park and Salt Lane Car Park: 1hr - £1.60, 2hrs -£2.80, 3hrs - £4.70. Central Short Stay Car Park: 1hr - £1.50, 2hrs - £2.70, 3hrs - £4.50. Central Long Stay Car Park and Central Car Park Approach: 1hr - £1.50, 2hrs - £2.70, 3hrs - £4.20, 4hrs- £5.60, 5hrs -£6.70 and All Day - £8.90. College Street Car Park: 1hr - £1.60, 2hrs - £2.80, 3hrs - £4.50, 4hrs - £5.10, 5hrs - £6.10 and All Day - £8.90. Culver Street Car Park and Southampton Road Car Park: 1hr - £1.10, 2hrs - £2.20, 3hrs - £3.40, 4hrs - £4.50, 5hrs - £5.60 and All Day - £8.90. Millstream Car Park: 1hr- £1.50,
2hrs - £2.70, 3hrs - £4.20, 4hrs - £5.60, 5hrs - £6.70 and All Day - £8.90. Millstream Coach Car Park:
1hr - £1.70, 2hrs - £2.50, 4hrs - £4.90 and All Day - £8.90. To change the current Standard Season Ticket charges as follows: Brown Street East Car Park, Brown Street West Car Park, Central Long Stay Car Park, College Street Car Park, Culver Street Car Park, Millstream Car Park, Salt Lane Car Park: 12 months - £960,
6 months - £480, 3 months - £240, 1 month - £80.
Order 2 - To revoke The County of Wiltshire (Salisbury) (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting, Taxi Rank Clearways and On Street Parking) Consolidation Order 2013 (with amendments) and re-enact it in the above Order 2 for administrative purposes and to make the following changes: To amend the current Residents parking (Zones A, B, D, E, F, I and J) and the current Parking except permit holders (Zones C, G and H) operational hours from Mon-Sat8am-6pm to Mon-Sat 8am-8pm. To introduce charging on bank holidays for the Pay and Display parking in Brown Street, Castle Street, Catherine Street, Chipper Lane, Cranebridge Road, Endless Street, Fisherton Street, Ivy Street, Milford Street, Salt Lane, Scots Lane
and Wincherster Street of 30 minutes £0.60 and 1hr £1.70.
Copies of the draft Orders and Statement of the Council's Reasons for proposing to make the Orders may be inspected at the offices of Wiltshire Council, County Hall, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge during normal office hours. Details of the proposed scheme may be seen at the following locations until 21st May 2018; Salisbury Library, Market Place. Amesbury Library, Smithfield Street. Documents can also be viewed online atwww.wiltshire.gov.uk/troconsultations.htm
Comments on the proposal together with the reasons for which they are made should be sent in writing or via the website to reach the Sustainable Transport Group by 21st May 2018 quoting reference
Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Notice is hereby given that Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic: (a) Dinton Road (Part), Wylye; for a distance of approximately 30m either side of the railway level crossing to enable Centurion Site Services to undertake tamping works at the level crossing. Alternative route via Dinton Road (unaffected length) - Dinton Beeches - Wylye Road - Marshwood - Steep Hollow - St. Mary's Road - B3089 Hindon Road/The Street - Teffont Magna - Cow Drove - Chilmark Road - A303 - Town's End/Teapot Street/Dyer Lane/Fore Street - Dinton Road (unaffected length) and vice versa. This Order will come into operation on 2 May 2018 and it is anticipated that the closure will be required for one night between the hours of 23.00 and 05.00. The Order will have a maximum duration of 18 months. For further information please contact Adam Beckett (Centurion Site Services) on 01293561821. Notice is hereby given that the Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic: (b) C336 (Part) Witherington Road/Barford Lane, Alderbury and Downton; from its junction with Tunnel Hill to its junction with B3080 High Street/Lode Hill to enable Eurovia to undertake works for carriageway resurfacing, surface dressing and road markings. Alternative route via Shute End - Southampton Road -A36 - A338 - B3080 The Borough/High Street and vice versa. This Order, which previously came into operation on 6 March 2018, will now recommence on 27 April 2018 and it is anticipated that the closure will be required for one day. The Order has a maximum duration of 18 months. For further information please contact Steve Hawkins (Eurovia) on 07834503477. The closures and diversion routes will be clearly indicated by traffic signs. It is anticipated that the works will take the stated durations to complete depending upon weather conditions. Access will be maintained for residents and businesses where possible, although delays are likely due to the nature of the works.