Planning file - 20 March 2014

The following planning applications have been received by Leeds City Council:

Arthington: single-storey and lower ground-floor rear extension and terrace with railings to rear, Station House, Station Road.

Bramhope: T1-5) Silver Birch trees. Cut back overhang of all five trees to boundary fence line. Reduce in height leader leaning limbs over house by max 4m. Lift all to 4.5m and to alleviate debris fall against it. Remove dead wood. Remove self-seeded saplings to the south of the row next to tree 1. Parish Church of St Giles, Church Hill. Bramhope: T1) Beech, request to fell and replace. The tree is very large DBH 1.3m, 10m spread. 7m up to wound which is 2m long and around 0.4m wide. It is located on the boundary wall beside a main road. It has a deep longitudinal wound with onset of rot and probably wood worm, I say probably because it was evaluated from the ground but the damage is approximately half way up the main stem. Bramhope Manor, Moor Road. Bramhope: single-storey front extension; single storey rear extension, Sunnycroft, 4 Creskeld Lane. Bramhope: new dwelling to garden, 34 Hall Drive.

Guiseley: T1 - T4 Conifers. Remove all to ground level, 96 Hawksworth Lane. Guiseley: T1 - Cherry tree reduce height due to excessive shadow and loss of amenity, thin out canopy T2 - Leylandii remove due to excessive size T3 - Beech tree reduce height on boundary due to neighbours loss of light and amenity, thin out canopy. T4 - reduce height of beach hedge to boundary, current height in excess of 5m, reduce by at least 1.5m. 1 Southway. Guiseley: first-floor side and single-storey rear extension, Mon Desir, Ings Avenue. Guiseley: single-storey side/rear extension, 7 Silverdale Crescent.

Horsforth: T1 Conifer. Fell and remove. 29 Outwood Lane. Horsforth: remove one Laurel, Flat 5, 28-30 Newlay Lane. Horsforth: repair and restoration of walled garden and conversion of former piggery building to create garden store and garaging. Beech House, Scotland Lane. Horsforth: Listed Building application for repair and restoration of walled garden and conversion of former piggery building to create garden store and garaging. Beech House, Scotland Lane. Horsforth: two-storey side extension, 32 Brownberrie Walk. Horsforth: replacement pitched roof to joint garage, 2 and 3 Beechwood Close. Horsforth: T1 and T2 Sycamore - fell and remove and replace with two standard 10-12 specimens. 3 River View. Horsforth: two-storey/single-storey side/rear extensions and porch to front, 46 Victoria Walk. Horsforth: detached stable block for horse menage, Springfield Farm, West End Lane.

Menston: Listed Building application to carry out modifications to internal layout and external appearance, Block 5, Chevin Park, off Bradford Road.

Otley: 5.0m single-storey rear extension, 4.0m to ridge height and 3.0m to eaves, Danefield House, East Chevin Road. Otley: 4.0m single-storey rear extension, 4.0m to ridge height and 3.0m to eaves, 59 North Avenue. Otley: Listed Building application for internal and external alterations to barn and outbuildings to form two houses. East Chevin Farm, East Chevin Road. Otley: change of use of barns and outbuildings to form two houses with associated parking, East Chevin Farm, East Chevin Road. Otley: Variation of condition number 18 ‘opening hours’ of planning permission 08/00910/FU. (Extend Saturday opening hours from 8.30am to 6pm to 8.30am to 8pm). Asda Stores Ltd, Cross Green. Otley: retention of garden centre building, Pool Road. Otley: new visitor centre, nine apartments and installation of new hydro scheme to weir and fish pass, former Garnett Paper Mills, Mill Lane.

Rawdon: consent, agreement or approval required by condition 3 of Planning Application 10/04454/FU. Mawcroft Cottage, Mawcroft Grange Drive. Rawdon: retrospective application for single and two-storey side extension. Kitty Royd, Underwood Drive.

Yeadon: remove one Alder, one Ash and one Silver Birch. 7 Carlton Mount. Yeadon: single-storey front/side extension, 18 Aire View. Yeadon: car photo booth canopy, Sentinel, Warren House Lane.

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