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Thursday, 4 May 2017

By GEM Staff Reporter
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Mrs Margaret Finch – 13 Derllwyn Road, Tondu – Crown reduction of ash tree, holly tree and rhododendron by approximately 3m.

Porthcawl Harbourside – Cosy Corner, Porthcawl Harbourside, Porthcawl – Amend conditions 7,8,9 and 13 of P/16/373/FUL; Relaxation of condition 6 of P/16/373/FUL,.

Mr L R Davies – 24 Aneurin Bevan Way, Maesteg – Proposed inclusion of land into domestic curtilage.

ABA Holdings Ltd – The Jennings, Eastern Promenade, Porthcawl – Installation of external shutter doors on eastern elevation.

Wales West Housing Association – 12 Marigold Court, Brackla – Single storey side extension.

Rhondda Cynon Taff CBC Regeneration and Planning Division – Land adjacent to former Nant y Gwyddon landfill site – Erection, 25 year operation and subsequent decommissioning of a wind turbine with a maximum overall tip height of 121.5m, 20m micrositing, new and upgraded access tracks, hardstanding areas, control building/substation, transformer housing and cabling.

Miss Sara Jones – 21 Badger’s Brook, Brackla – Construct rear extension for granny flat.

Mrs Jennifer Dixon – 35 Tre Newydd, Kenfig Hill – Cut back overhanging branches from all trees in woodland to side/rear of property.

Mr Gary John Morris – Land rear 26 Greenfield Street, Maesteg – Change of use for storage of private vehicles and personal property with an ancillary use for private leisure pursuits for hobby in spare time.

Mr J T Stroud – 4 Cae Ysgubor, Brackla – Single storey extension.

Zurich Assurance Ltd – Plot G7, North Road, Bridgend Industrial Estate – New vehicular access from Western Avenue to Plot G7.

Mr Christopher Foley – 15 West Park Drive, Nottage, Porthcawl – Ground floor flat roof extension and conversion of existing loft space with dormer extensions at first floor.

Mr Leyton Hicks – Rear of 18 Briary Way, Brackla ­– Pollard trees.

Miss Yasamin Ahrabi – Plot 2, Abergarw Farm Site, Brynmenyn – Re-submission of P/17/45/FUL for full planning consent.

Fraser Robinson – Adjacent to 15 Parkfields/rear of Angelton House, Penyfai – Prune overhanging branches only of mixed species, but mainly sycamore and ash. Minor pruning work only.

Mr Mark Lewis – 25 Gregory Close, Pencoed – Reduction in height/crowning of both oak trees located very close to the property.

Bridgend Storewithus Ltd – Land off Parc Crescent, Waterton Industrial Estate, Bridgend – Discharge of conditions 4,5 and 6 of P/16/833/FUL.

Mrs Christine Nicholas – 198 New Road, Porthcawl – Lower kerb at front of property.

Mr David Gregory – Llangynwyd Village Hall, Bridgend Road, Llangynwyd – New pathways to improve access to memorial and hall from car park, new 9 inch high wall to mark edge of path and also act as a memorial wall for plaques.

Ms Lisa Thomas – 2 Forest View, Blaengarw – Retrospective for conversion of disused basement area into one flat and one bedsit.

Mr Keith Llewellyn – 46 Graham Avenue, Penyfai – Porch extension to front elevation and access pathway, rear garage store extension, pitched roof alteration to rear kitchen.

Mr J Tossell – 5 Hawkhurst Court, Nottage, Porthcawl – Demolition of side and rear pvcu structures and the construction of a new side porch extension and rear kitchen dining extension.

Mr Christopher Downs – 25 Gwelfor, Cefn Cribwr, Bridgend – Demolish existing outhouse and construct single storey extension to front, side and rear elevation. New hipped roof with rooflights. Render finish to whole property.

Mike Willis – 6 Longlands Close, Pyle – Crown lift lower branches of oak that overhang the garden. Ash and sycamore trees are to have 2.5m lateral reduction of the upper crown.

Mr Rod Jones – Ty Derwen, The Derwen, Bridgend – Fell, dismantle and remove pine tree (approximately 25ft) to the front of the property.

Mr Simon Morgan – 8 Bryn Melys, Broadlands – Reduce crown, remove deadwood and branches overhanging public highway as agreed on previous application to ash tree.

Mr G J Browning – 1 The Firs, Dan y Graig, Porthcawl – Single storey extension.

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