Planning Application Archive: 2007

2007/2717 Mr & Mrs R. Silver    126 The Street, Ash.          Insertion of 2 windows & french doors   23-1-08
2007/2707 M. Grady,     Bellars Barn, Ashwellthorpe       Extention to floor                                   17-1-08
2007/1605 J.R. Vincent-Bunn  Mill Stone Cott, Nch Rd   Erection of agricultural building             9-11-07
2007/2155 Mr & Mrs Loveday  Plot – east Old School H  New dwelling and Garage                     29-10-07
2007/2034 Mr P.E. Muskett    Cart Barn at Wood Fm     Conversion to domestic                           10-10-07
2007/1933 D N Grady & Sons  Track opp. New Road    Improve access                                          24-9-07
2007/1869 Mr & Mrs Drake    18 Knyvett Green            Proposed conservatory                               13-9-07
2007/1729 Mr Saunders       99 The Street Ash.          Two storey extension+ Sun room               29-8-07
2007/1643 Tacolneston mast       Erect new 206.1 metre mast              see details below
2007/1572 Nissan UK Ltd     Ashwellthorpe Hall     New iron gates & piers                                    10-8-07
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Tacolneston Television Mast
Most of you will be aware that TV has to switch to digital in the whole of the country by 2012.  So the Tacolneston transmitter site has to be changed to digital over the next two years and at the same time they would like to upgrade the site because the present mast is 50 years old.
It is proposed to:-
1. Erect a replacement mast to a height of 206.1 metres above ground level.  (the present mast is 155.5 metres tall)
2.  The installation of antennas and ancillary electronic communication apparatus on the replacement tower.
3.  The erection of a new digital terrestrial television transmitter hall measuring 24.5 metres by 11.5 metres.  This would have a similar height to existing buildings located on the site.
The planning application will be put in in the autumn.  Applicatio number 2007/1643 is a screening process to find out concerns of local people so these can be addesssed before or in the formal application.

 

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