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Planning : Case File


Summary

Application Type: Advertisement Consent
Application No: 121499
Contact Tel No: 01206 282222
Contact Email planning.services@colchester.gov.uk
Development: Fascia sign to front of building in black perspex, with silver lettering, and also a painted advert applied directly to the render onthe side of the building, with external trough lighting.
Site Address: Tin Pan Alley, 7 Queen Street, Colchester CO1 2PG
Application Status: Decision Issued UPRN: 100091626564
Ward: Castle Parish: Colchester
Date Received: 14 Aug 2012 Registration Date: 24 Sep 2012
Appeal Determination Date: Consultation Expiry Date: 17 Oct 2012
CBC Decision Date: 28 Nov 2012 Target Date: 19 Nov 2012
Case Officer: Carl Allen Decision Type: Approve Conditional
Applicant: Mr Douglas Archell Agent: BGA Architects
Appeal Start Date: Appeal Decision:

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Date published *Document TypeViewDescription
26 Sep 2012  Drawing  Whole Doc   APPROVED 28.11.2012 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS 
26 Sep 2012  Drawing  Whole Doc   APPROVED 28.11.2012 PROPOSED FRONT SIGNAGE 
26 Sep 2012  Drawing  Whole Doc   APPROVED 28.11.2012 PROPOSED SIDE SIGNAGE 
26 Sep 2012  Drawing  Whole Doc   EXISTING ELEVATIONS 
26 Sep 2012  Drawing  Whole Doc   LOCATION PLAN 
26 Sep 2012  Drawing  Whole Doc   SITE PLAN 
28 Nov 2012  Decision  Whole Doc   APPROVED 

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