The George pub in Holyport wants to erect a temporary marquee
A HOLYPORT pub wants to erect a temporary marquee during the winter months.
This is just one of many applications submitted to the local authorities in Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead over the past seven days.
To view more details about each requestaccess the planning portal of the respective council with the attached reference number.
A luxury home will restore its fire-damaged roof in Winter Hill Road, Cookham, Maidenhead (22/02048/FULL).
The Herons Court estate was recently purchased by the claimant – but during the purchase process the roof and first floor of the property were damaged by fire.
A planning application has been submitted to address this issue and protect the home from further damage.
At the same time, the proposals seek to implement minor improvements to the front elevation façade representing a ‘positive contribution’ to the fabric and appearance of the existing building.
Royal Borough planning officers gave the green light to the plans.
Minor changes to plan of family homes approved at 9 Mina Avenue, Slough (P/16337/011).
A developer has had his revised plans to erect a pair of semi-detached properties approved by Slough planning officers.
Plans had already been given the go-ahead for redevelopment of the site, but the claimant returned with minor changes to the project.
Plans for three-bedroom family units include two parking spaces each and landscaping.
A secure bicycle shed for two bicycles for each house has been designed in the rear garden which meets the requirement for three bedroom accommodation.
The pub wants to retain its temporary marquee at The Green, Holyport Road, Holyport, Maidenhead (22/02251/LBC).
The George pub, which is a grade II listed building, wants to use the marquee for its patio and use ‘dead space’ between November 1 and January 10, 2023.
This is to provide additional space for customers and allow for social distancing should Covid-19 resurface.
The design and access statement reads: ‘The development will help support the local economy by providing a resource for residents and employment for the local community. In this sense, it also develops the economic base of the expanded district.