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Planning Issues

Review of Licence for The Isis Farmhouse : In response to repeated concerns about alleged breaches of operating conditions, excessive noise and anti-social behaviour, Oxford City Council's Licencing Authority reviewed this Licence. FOIV and many Iffley and Donnington residents contributed written comments and/or spoke at the Public Hearing at Oxford Town Hall in October 2019.

  The adjacent .pdf files are the OCC Adjudicators' rulings (that are very similar to the amendments advocated by FOIV).

 

8 Church Way Oxford OX4 4DY16/02976/FUL DEL

Erection of a first floor rear extension, insertion of 2no. rear rooflights and insertion of bi-fold doors to rear elevation.

 

13 Fitzherbert Close Oxford OX4 4EN 16/02905/FUL DEL  Erection of a two storey rear extension.

 

Hawkwell House Hotel Church Way Oxford OX4 4DZ

16/02909/FUL DEL Demolition of existing conservatory and porch extension. Erection of a single storey extension, porch extension and formation of bike shelter to the east elevation. Insertion of 3No. roof lanterns to function room. Formation of raised terrace to north elevation.

 

7 Abberbury Road Oxford OX4 4ET 16/02927/FUL DEL Demolition of existing dwelling. Erection of 1 x 5-bed dwellinghouse (Use Class C3). Provision of car parking and bin and cycle store.  

 

10 Tree Lane Oxford OX4 4EY Ref. No: 16/02610/FUL Demolition of the existing garage and erection of a new garage for a work/garden room.  

 

26 Mill Lane OX4 4EJ 16/02176/LBC & 16/02175/FUL This substantial project within the conservation area includes more than 20 documents.

 

26 Anne Greenwood Close OX4 4DN 16/02194/FUL DEL Erection of a single storey outbuilding for use as garden room. ...

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Revised Licence 2019 Revised Map 2019

Approval sought for a tower and supporting equipment for 5G broadband communications

 See short paper with details and a link to the Oxford City Council webpage