Falmouth council planning round-up

Falmouth council planning round-up

Falmouth council planning round-up

First published in Cornwall

A balcony, lime render on a town centre pub and a roof replacement were among the planning applications supported by Falmouth town council at a recent meeting.

  • An application for listed building consent for the application of lime render, the rebedding of brickwork on chimney stacks, and the repair of a felt parapet and gutter on the front of a building at 30 Arwenack Street, Falmouth, has also been fully supported by town councillors, subject to the approval of the conservation officer.
  • Plans to add an additional balcony to a plot at seven Tresahar Gardens, Falmouth, have been supported by the town’s planning committee.
  • The installation of a window on the north-west elevation of Four Smugglers Row at the Packet Quays in Falmouth has been supported by councillors.
  • Councillors in Falmouth have supported an application to replace a roof at 7 Stratton Terrace, subject to the use of appropriate materials as agreed by the conservation officer.
  • A plan to add a dropped kerb at 16 Kimberley Park Road, Falmouth, has also been supported by councillors on the town’s planning committee.

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