Mid Devon District Council planning applications received for week ending April 26 included:


Mr and Mrs Williams, 4 Pynes Close. Erection of first floor extension and porch and installation of solar panels on roof.


Mr Coldwell, Paschoe House, Bow. Change of use from hotel (Class C1) to single residential dwelling (Class C3).


Mr J Lucas, Rainbows End, Fore Street. Installation of rear dormer and four velux windows and removal of chimneys to provide life conversion.

Mr Simon Green, Westhaven Homes Ltd, The Haven, Higher Town, Sampford Peverell. Reserved matters in respect of (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) for the erection of 20 dwellings, following Outline approval 20/00618/MOUT at land at NGR 276485 107851 (adjacent to Allotment Gardens), Chulmleigh Road, Morchard Bishop.


Mr J Sanders, Endfield Farm, New Buildings. Erection of extension to agricultural livestock building for general purpose agricultural use at land at NGR 278600 103081 Roxgates, New Buildings.


Mr J Burrow, Waie Inn. Retention of change of use of wood chip storage building to seven industrial storage units and erection of two additional industrial storage units at Serstone Units, Down St Mary.

Mr Gent, Reeve Castle, Bow. Replacement of existing entrance gates and gate piers.

Teignbridge District Council planning applications received for week ending April 21 included:


Certificate of Lawfulness for non-compliance with agricultural tying condition (condition 3 on planning notice 90/66) at West Hayes, Cutteridge Lane, Whitestone.

Representatives on following should be forwarded to Devon County Council

Consultation from Devon County Council on county matter application for change of use of land to a waste transfer facility, external alterations to an existing agricultural building, creation of a concrete hardstanding, access track improvements, earthworks to create external parking and Devon hedge banks and associated landscaping and drainage (retrospective) (DCC Ref RQ/DCC/4346/2023) at West Wheatley Farm, Westwood Lane, Longdown.