13 submissions made to planning committee

St Helens Town Hall
St Helens Town Hall

Council officers are currently considering 13 separate planning applications.

Mr and Mrs Wimpenny have submitted a planning application to demolish the existing garage at 144 Moss Bank Road, St Helens, and erect a two storey side extension, single story rear extension with first floor balcony and new front porch, together with new vehicle access.

Mr Clint Harrison has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to erect a two storey and a single storey car sales and repair centre, with associated forecourt, parking and landscaping on land to the south of Polar Ford, Scorecross St Helens.

Mr Tai Wang has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to convert the Rams Head public house on Church Road, Haydock, to a Healthcare facility.

Mr Clive Arnold has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to replace existing wooden vehicle access doors at North West Museum of Road Transport, Hall Street, St Helens, with steel roller shutter door (off Parade Street).

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mr M Hickey to build a conservatory at the rear of his home in 63 Cedar Gardens, Newton-le-Willows.

Miss Karen Haury has submitted a planning application to build a single storey extension to the rear of her home at 50 Hilbrae Avenue, St Helens.

A couple from Scarisbrick Road, Rainford, has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to build a single storey extension to the front of their home.

Mr Martyn Waterhouse has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to fell two beech trees covered by a tree preservation order at 69 Springfield Lane, Eccleston.

St Helens Council have granted permission for a single storey extension to be built to the rear of 814 Warrington Road, Rainhill.

Mr Ashcroft has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to create vehicle access onto a classified road, 36 Higher Lane, Rainford, together with associated works to low boundary walls.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mr Ray Cunningham to convert 76 Birch Grove, Ashton into two one bedroom flats along with external alterations and additional parking.

Ms Kelly Nicholl has submitted a planning application to part convert a garage at 7 Meadow View, Rainford, to form a habitable room along with creation of front porch.