The barrier should be removed (8.3)
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The barrier should be removed (8.3)
The width should be increased to the recommended unconstrained minimum of 3m, proper allowance should be made for the lamp columns (or they should be moved), and demarcation should be improved from the obsolete white line.
Berechurch Hall Road is a busy road that is becoming increasingly residential West of the junction with Berechurch Road (J1). The speed limit has been reduced from 40mph to 30mph, except for a section of 40mph East of J1.
The sub-LTN 1/20 white line (6.5.2-3) segregated bidirectional cycleway (Table 5-2 & 5-3) along Camulodunum Way (CW) and Baronswood Way (BW) are not connected, leaving unconfident cyclists travelling North/South along CW via the toucan crossing from the new development 202025 unable to continue North to the Town Centre, as advertised in planning documents.
The gap could be easily filled to the existing standard on CW/BW via footway conversion.
Outline application for erection of 3 bedroom two storey house on garden of 22 Valentines Drive.
Retrospecitve application for garden fence and cycle/bin store
Outline Planning Application (with all matters reserved except access) for the erection of up to 600 dwellings, land for a co-located2FE primary school and early years nursery, public open space and associate infrastructure. Vehicular access from Londo
Residential development (approximately 1500 dwellings including conversion of some retained hospital buildings) mixed uses, including community facilities, employment and retail, public open space, landscaping, new highways, transport improvements, reserved route of the Northern Approach Road Phase 3 (NAR3), and associated development.
Mixed use development comprising nursery at ground floor level and residential units at first floor with associated parking and landscaping as a part of Neighbourhood Centre NC2
Listed building: Proposed Change of Use from accommodation ancillary to the existing Gaming Centre (Sui Generis) to C3 (residential dwelling) on existing 2nd floor. Listed Building Consent for minor alterations to facilitate the change of use.
Suggestions to reduce traffic (via restricting southbound traffic) and potentially add cycling infrastructure on Brook street.
See google document.
Change of Use from Class D1 (New Ee) Health Clinic previously trading as The Physiotherapy Practice to Class C3(a) Dwelling House.
Poor links from Eight Ash Green to Stanway, due to lack of cycling provision on the A1124, and lack of cycle crossing across London Rd.
Conversion of existing 6 bed HMO (C4) into 9no. bedroom House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) for up to 9 people (Sui Generis) including the single story rear and side extensions approved under App Ref No's 211168 and 211243.
Proposal for new traffic-free routes using mostly existing footpaths/tracks from Cymbeline way opposite Sheepen Rd. to West Bergholt.
Secure Cycle Park
Full planning permission for the development of the site to provide 144 new residential units (including affordable homes) with associatedon-site electricity and drainage infrastructure, open space, landscaping, access roads, parking and turning areas,
Proposed commercial office block (resubmission of application 211722
Proposed two bedroom bungalow and vehicle access to rear of 168 St Andrews Avenue
202349 Application to determine if prior approval is needed for proposed New dwelling dwellinghouses on detached block of flats.
202161 Prior approval application for erection of two additional floors of residential floorspace to create 8 no. 2 bedroom flats.
202321 Application to determine if prior approval is required for two new additional floors of residential floor space to create 8no. 2 bedroom flats.
202001 Prior approval application for erection of two additional floors of residential floorspace to create 8 no. 2 bedroom flats.
Residential use of former car park to international house following change of use from B1a (offices) to C3 (dwellings) of international house (resubmission of planning permission 170259)
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Currently there is no entry from Creffield Road to Maldon Road, this means cyclists have to divert via Inglis Road which is a poor junction for cyclists. A request has been submitted for changes to the juction to let cyclists enter Maldon Road from Creffield Road. It's understood that Cllr Sue Lissimore has subimtted this to the Local Highways Panel (LHP).
The, albeit contrived, design expects cyclists travelling East (from or across Rawstorn Rd.) into Crouch Street to use this spur to cross to the opposite ("shared use") pavement to avoid the angled parking along the North side of the street. Unsurprisingly, the spur isn't well used, while the short stay spaces are often full, so the spur is regularly used for parking.
Of and relating to Colchester Borough Council.