Dozens of planning applications submitted to St Helens Council

St Helens Town Hall
St Helens Town Hall

A number of planning applications, including building three stables on land in Bold Heath, have been submitted to St Helens Council.

The applications include:

Mr Stephen Woodward of Billinge Road, Ashton, has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to erect a ground floor extension to the front of his property (incorporating a porch) and first floor rear extension with balcony.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mr James Bond to erect a building comprising three stables with tack room, and grooms living quarters along with creation of access track and paddock area on land adjacent to The Old Piggery, Union Bank Lane, Bold Heath.

Mr John Harold Hilton has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to replace the roof to the front dormers at 27 and 28 Coultshead Avenue, Billinge, including pitch to ridge and removal of chimney.

Mr Steven Murphy of Irwin Road, St Helens, has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to build a single storey extension to the side and rear of his home.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Miss Anne Marie Greenall to work on a maple tree which is covered by a tree preservation order at her home in Chelford Road, Eccleston.

Tubosider UK Ltd have submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to use land between 6 and 8 Sutton Fold and Ellamsbridge Road, Sutton Fold, to use as a site for storage and to erect a fence.

Mr Adam Whitehead has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to erect an open sided timber pergola to a new outdoor drinking area at The Bull And Dog Hotel, Clock Face Road, Sutton Leach, along with the creation of a children’s play area.

Les Richards has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to demolish the existing detached garage at Warrington Road, Rainhill, and outline permission for one house.

St Helens Council have granted planning permission for the conversion of an existing dwelling at 199 Billington Avenue, Newton-le-Willows, to be converted into two ,one bedroomed flats with external alterations and car parking.

Planning permission has been granted for the residential development of two, three storey apartment buildings, providing 26 dwellings with associated parking and landscaping at 220 Watery Lane, St Helens.

Dr James & Partners have submitted a planning application to St Helens Council for a single storey extension to the southern wing of the New Vista Locality Centre, Vista Road, Newton-le-Willows along with external alterations.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mr Chris O’Dea to change the use of the existing ground floor offices at 56 Claughton Street, St Helens, to a hair salon and to change the use of the first floor offices to two self contained flats.

A couple from Ellerslie Avenue, Rainhill, have submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to build a single storey extension at their side of their home.

Planning permission has been granted by St Helens Council to create a new car park and pedestrian access to Rainford United Reformed Church Hall, Higher Lane, Rainford.

Mr T Tong has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to install an external staircase to serve the first floor of 40-42 Claughton Street, St Helens, and make minor alterations to rear elevation.

St Helens Council have granted permission for a single storey side and rear extension to built at 6 Beech Avenue, Eccleston Park.

Mrs Clare Roberts of Squires Bar, Main Street, Billinge, has submitted a planning application to build a two storey side and rear extesnion to the existing public house to create a children’s day nursery with associated play areas and parking, along with dropped kerb vehicle access and gates.

Mr and Mrs Hughes of Clock Face Road, Clock Face, have submitted a planning appliciaton to build a single storey extension to the rear of their home.

Planning permission has been granted for the erection of four homes with associated works, inclusive of the change of uses of land adjacent to Farringdon Close to form gardens to plots 7, 8 and 9 at Mere Grange, Lowfield Lane, St Helens.

Permission has been granted by St Helens Council for Costa Coffee to retain the change of use from part of the public highway to pavement cafe.

Lodge Tyre Co Ltd have been granted planning permission by St Helens Council to erect a steel portal building to replace existing storage containers at their premises in Sutton Road, St Helens.

St Helens Council have granted planning permission for a single storey rear extension at 8 Elephant Lane, Thatto Heath, and change the use of part of the existing shop to create a self contained residential flat.