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Peter
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05/12/2018 : 18:50:59      reply with quote


Caravan and cabin application re-submission Keighley Road
See Yorkshire Water Comments

planning.bradford.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PIAM3BDHKAW00

18/04940/MAF

Note permission granted earlier for the agricultural building under permitted development rights although CBMDC refused earlier application.

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This is on the STC agenda for Thursday night. The cabins look like they will be converted shipping containers sad :(

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Corky Yorky
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05/12/2018 : 20:06:50      reply with quote


Hmm.. workers cabins and a travellers site spring to mind!!
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hat
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06/12/2018 : 10:32:36      reply with quote


this post has been edited 2 time(s)

can't see any significant change since a similar application was rejected 12 months ago:

https://planning.bradford.gov.uk/online-applications/files/1B07F18CB38B49A6E9323B25C17EA685/pdf/17_06814_MAF-DECISION_NOTICE-5120558.pdf
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skippy
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06/12/2018 : 18:06:47      reply with quote


Surely the environment agency are objecting or do they not realise that this is an old tip,black bag tip not ash. This site was reworked in the 70s all the ash was removed and back filled with bin rubbish, it would seem that bfd planners have not done any checks or they would not have been allowed to even pass what's there under permitted development rights.someone needs to chase this up as old rubbish tips contain nasty things not just gas.
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06/12/2018 : 22:14:32      reply with quote


I can remembertipping on there.There must be alsorts of nasties buried.Can remember the pick up getting stuck and the stink that came as the wheels churned up the ground.
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Corky Yorky
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07/12/2018 : 11:17:15      reply with quote


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Surely the environment agency are objecting or do they not realise that this is an old tip,black bag tip not ash. This site was reworked in the 70s all the ash was removed and back filled with bin rubbish, it would seem that bfd planners have not done any checks or they would not have been allowed to even pass what's there under permitted development rights.someone needs to chase this up as old rubbish tips contain nasty things not just gas.
If you had taken the time to go online and view the documents you might have noticed that all that information has been explicitly historically declared!
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gazzer
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08/12/2018 : 01:33:14      reply with quote


I assume development on what was a refuse tip in living memory will be declined
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08/12/2018 : 01:35:57      reply with quote


I assume development on what was a refuse tip in living memory will be declined
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midway
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09/01/2019 : 19:35:56      reply with quote


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Note permission granted earlier for the agricultural building under permitted development rights although CBMDC refused earlier application.

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Correction Peter, The agricultural building permission was granted Prior Approval by Default Out of Time.Strange decision i think,please see date of application and date of approval
The length of time a Local Planning Authority (LPA) has to determine a planning application depends on what type of planning application is being sought. Most applications should be determined within 8 weeks and major applications are allowed 13 weeks.

Reference 18/03376/PNA
Alternative Reference PP-07191790
Application Received Tue 07 Aug 2018
Application Validated Mon 13 Aug 2018
Address Land At Grid Ref 404072 445066 Keighley Road Silsden West Yorkshire
Proposal Agricultural building
Status Decided
Decision Prior Approval by Default Out of Time
Decision Issued Date Fri 28 Sep 2018
Appeal Status Unknown
Appeal Decision -



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