Planning application submitted to St Helens town hall

St Helens Town Hall
St Helens Town Hall

A number of planning applications have been submitted to St Helens Council. Find more here...

Mrs Gould has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to fell one sycamore tree, and to crown lift and tidy four sycamore trees and one ash tree covered by tree preservation order at 280 Prescot Road, St Helens.

St Helens Council have granted planning permission for the erect of a five sotrey building comprising of 130 extra care apartments with associated highway works, parking and landscaping on land bounded by Corporation Street, Pocket Nook Street and Atlas Street, St Helens.

Mrs Gillian Dodson of Chain Lane, St Helens, has submitted a planning application to extend an existing dropped kerb at her property for new parking.

Mr Paul Jameson of Willow Bank, Newton-le-Willows, has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council for crown reduction of two sycamore trees in a tree conservation area.

Mr Stan Clark, has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to erect a single storey extension to the side of his home in Kingsdale Avenue, Rainhill, together with the building of a new perimeter wall.

St Helens Council have received a planning application from Ms S Liptrot to erect a detached bungalow with off-road parking and associated landscaping on land to the rear of 272 Garswood Road, Ashton.

Mrs Sana Dabbagh has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council for a Certificate of Lawfulness for the erection of a single storey rear extension at 255 Dentons Green Lane, Dentons Green.

St Helens Council have granted planning permission for the change of use of Unit 1 Old Boston Trading Estate, Wilcock Road, Haydock, from retail, to storage and distribution together with external alterations.

Permission has been granted for works to multiple trees covered by a ~Tree Preservation Order at 9 Owen Road, St Helens to be undertaken.

Mr J C Forster Trading as J & J Foster has submitted a planning application to St Helens Council to construct a new access roadway from the junction of Moss Bank Road to the existing farm yard at Shoots Delph Farm, Birchley View, St Helens.

Planning permission has been granted by St Helens Council for the demolition of the existing ice cream factory at 31 Crowther Street, St Helens, and the building of three houses all matters reserved except access, layout and scale.