15 applications currently before council planning chiefs

St Helens Town Hall
St Helens Town Hall

Planning chiefs in St Helens are currently considering numerous applications, including a scheme to convert a orangery in Thatto Heath into a canine hydrotherapy centre.

Other planning applications are:

Ms Sue Wood has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council for further works to be carried out to modify bridge parapets in connection with electrification of railway at St Helens Central Railway Station, Corporation Street, St Helens.

Mr William T Haydock has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to create a hardstanding area to the front of 72 Vista Road, Newton-le-Willows, along with a dropped kerb for vehicle access onto a classified road.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mr Ian Pitts to convert an existing first floor office at Tops Training, Claughton Street, St Helens into one, two bedroomed flat.

The Governing Body of Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School, have submitted a planning application to build a single storey extension to the existing classrooms at the school in Old Lane, Rainford along with the creation of a store room extension.

Mr David Shwenn has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to change the use of the existing licensed premises, the Smithy Manor, Jubits Lane, Sutton Manor into one detached residential home.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mrs Michelle Blundell to change the use of the orangery at her home in Elephant Lane, Thatto Heath, into a canine hydrotherapy centre.

Ms Sue Wood has submitted a planning application to modify Standish Road Bridge parapets, St Helens, along with fitting of cheveaux de frise, palisade fencing and ole hazard plate in connection with electrification of railway.

Sam Hurst of NGF Europe Ltd, Lea Green Road, Sutton Manor, has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to demolish three existing 11.5m chimneys and erect a 30m chimney on site.

Mr Garry Thompson has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to demolish the existing conservatory and detached garage at his home in Chapel Lane, Eccleston, and erect a part two storey, part single storey extension to the side and rear of his home.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Ms Sue Wood for further modification of bridge parapets at Garswood Railway Station footbridge, Station Road, Ashton, to be made in connection with the electrification of railway.

Mr Ray Cunningham has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to change the use of an existing three bedroomed house at 55 Cumberland Avenue, St Helens, into two, one bedroomed flats with associated parking. Mr Cunningham has also submitted plans to change the use of an existing three bedroomed semi-detached house at 1 Sycamore Gardens, st Helens, into two one bedroomed flats.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mr Tom Gartwright to change the use of a solicitors office at 42 and 44 Bridge Street, Newton-le-Willows, to serviced offices with external alterations.

Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd have submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to install anti-climb guard and associated fencing to passenger waiting shelter at Rainhill Railway Station ticket office and buildings, Station Road, St Helens.

Mrs Hazel Barrow has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to demolish and existing garage at her home in Coultshead Avenue, Billinge, St Helens, and erect a replacement detached garage, a two storey side extension, new porch and extended dormer to front elevation.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mr Rory Dillon to change the use of the ground floor offices at 42 North Road, St Helens, to a one, two bedroomed flat and retain a one bedroomed flat on the first floor.