Application KET/2013/0514

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Planning Application Details
Field Name Details
Applicant Name Alledge Brook LLP,
Location East Kettering Development, Cranford Road, Barton Seagrave
Ward Queen Eleanor & Buccleuch
Proposal Variation of Conditions 1-3 (Reserved Matters/Time Limits), 4 (details to be submitted with each Reserved Matter), 5-6 (MP/other plans/documents), 7 (Design Code), 8 (Number of dwellings), 12 and 14 (Employment), 15, 17, and 20 (District Centre), 21 and 26-27 (Local Centres), 31-32 (Community Facilities), 33-38 (Sustainable Design), 42 (Waste), 44-52 (Open Space), 53-55 and 57 (Biodiversity), 60-61, 64 and 66-67 (Flood Risk and Drainage), 68-69 (Air Quality), 70 (Contamination), 72 (Construction Phase), 75-76 and 80-81 (Access and Movement), 87-90 (Noise), with Removal of Conditions 9-10 (Housing), 11 and 13 (Employment), 16 and 18-19 (District Centre), 22-25 (Local Centres), 28-30 (Retail), 39 (Sustainable Design), 40-41 (Waste), 43 (Open Space), 58-59 (Biodiversity), 62-63 and 65 (Flood Risk and Drainage), 71 (Minerals), 82-86 (Access and Movement), 91 (Archaeology) of KET/2008/0274
Application Type Section 73 Application
Case officer Louise Holland 01536 534316
Decision level description Full Planning Committee
Key Dates to Track Application Progress
Event Date
Date received 05/08/2013
Validation/registration date 05/08/2013
Statutory expiry date 04/11/2013
Neighbours/Consultations sent on 11/10/2013
Expiry date for neighbours/consultations 18/10/2013
Advertised on 15/08/2013
Expiry date for advertisement 05/09/2013
Site Notice displayed on 13/08/2013
Expiry Date for Site Notice 03/09/2013
Target Decision Date 31/05/2014
Committee Date (check for report in Downloads below or in Meetings and Minutes) 24/10/2013
Decided on 30/05/2014
Decision Approved

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