18 planning application put before St Helens Council

St Helens town centre
St Helens town centre

Proposals to convert a derelict pub into six apartment are among the plans recently submitted to St Helens Council. Find out more here...

Mr Ryan Mellor has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to change the use of an existing public house at 22 Waterdale Crescent, St Helens, to six apartments with elevation alterations and associated landscaping and parking.

Plans to erect two steel framed sheltered on land adjacent to Tennis Courts at Mesne Park, Park Road North, Newton le Willows, have been granted by St Helens Council.

A couple from Newlove Avenue, St Helens, have submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to build a single storey extension to the rear of their home.

A planning application has been granted by St Helens Council to build a single storey extension to the rear of 38 Avery Road, Haydock, together with the conversion of the garage to a habitable room, a loft conversion with balcony, rear dormers and front roof lights.

Ms L Hunte has submitted a planning application to erect a detached dormer bungalow at 1 Wesley Hall Gardens, Thatto Heath.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mr Tim Jones to create a children’s play area on land opposite 1-5 Salhouse Gardens, St Helens.

Plans to erect a single storey attached garage to the side of 360 Crow Lane West, Newton-le-Willows, have been granted by St Helens Council.

Mr James Wright has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to demolish an existing detached garage and conservatory and erect a wrap around side/rear extension, along with a dormer extension to the rear.

A planning application has been granted by St Helens Council to make alterations to the existing driveway and hardstanding at 65 Southworth Road, Newton-le-Willows together with landscaping and tree works.

Mr and Mrs Rimmer from Ellerslie Avenue, Rainhill, has submitted a planning application for a certificate of lawfulness for a proposed single storey side extension at their home.

St Helens Council have granted permission to change the use of the Swan Inn public house, Swan Road, Newton-le-Willows, to a children’s nursery with associated office accommodation, parking and outdoor play area.

Miss Gaynor Mcdonough has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to build a single storey extension to the rear of her home in Millom Avenue, St Helens.

A couple from Pitt Street, St Helens, have submitted a planning application to build a single storey extension to the side of their home together with a front porch.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Mr David Woods to replace existing children’s play equipment at Victoria Inn, Wargrave Road, Newton-le-Willows.

Mr Martin Hardman has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to build a single storey extension at the rear of her home in Eccles Grove, Clock Face.

A planning application has been granted by St Helens Council for work to carried out on assorted trees covered by a Tree Preservation Order at Ashton Golf Course, Liverpool Road, Ashton.

Plans to modify the parapet height of the footbridge at Earlestown Railway Station, Railway Street, Newton-le-Willows, have been granted by St Helens Council.

Broad Oak Community Primary School have submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to build a single storey extension to the reception area at the school in Brunswick Street, St Helens.