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Planning Applications

Credenhill Parish Council plays an active part in all local planning applications. The Parish Council has a planning committee that will visit neighbours affected by any planning application in the Parish.

It is probably the area of the Council’s role that is best known to the community and which can be of the most importance. However, all planning application decisions are ultimately made by the planning department within Herefordshire Council. There is a lot of useful information on their website to help developers, homeowners and neighbours during the planning process.

If you are planning to make changes to your home that requires planning permission, be it: an extension to the house, additional outbuildings or erecting a fence next to the pubic foot path; then it is best practice to speak with neighbours prior to submitting a formal application this can help resolve minor issues prior to final plans being submitted. Its also important to remember that everyone is entitled to there own opinion and view regarding a particular planning application; these views can be freely expressed throughout the 21 day consultation period following the formal planning application, you can comment on the Herefordshire Council website or write to them.

Ultimately Herefordshire Council will put all views together along with the criteria set out in the Herefordshire Local Plan Core Strategy and make there decision based on this. Once a decision is made it is possible to appeal that decision if you feel that you have good reason to, details of how to do this are found here.

RSS Herefordshire Council planning applications in Credenhill Parish

  • P193234/J – Works to trees covered by TPO September 12, 2019
    St Marys Church Of England Primary School Station Road Credenhill Hereford Herefordshire HR4 7DW, Variegated Acer – reduce the overhang to garden of Number 17 Centurion Way by 3m (back to the end of the lawn). Remove the lowest overhanging branch back to first main fork. , Valid
  • P192209/AM – Non Material Amendment June 20, 2019
    Land adjacent to Cross Farm (Plot 1) Credenhill Herefordshire HR4 7DJ, Proposed non-material amendment to planning permission 174431/F (Proposed erection of eight dwellings and site works including access and highways) – Insertion of rooflight to north elevation of Barn 1 (Plot 1) , Determination Made
  • P192210/FH – Full Householder June 20, 2019
    Dev 1 Land Adjacent Cross Farm A480 From Credinhill Park Dairy To Stretton Court Farm Credenhill HR4 7DJ, Erection of a porch to front elevation, Determination Made
  • P191693/FH – Full Householder May 17, 2019
    12 Trenchard Avenue Credenhill Hereford Herefordshire HR4 7DX, Proposed two storey extension to rear and porch to front. , Determination Made
  • P191326/FH – Full Householder April 18, 2019
    1 Renaissance House Station Road Credenhill Hereford Herefordshire HR4 7EY, Single storey side and rear extensions. , Determination Made
  • P191194/F – Planning Permission April 9, 2019
    Dev 1 Land adjacent Cross Farm Credenhill Herefordshire HR4 7DJ, Proposed variation of condition 2 of planning permission 174431 (Proposed erection of eight dwellings and site works including access and highways)- new conservation roof light and porch. , Determination Made
  • P190945/F – Planning Permission March 14, 2019
    Long Friday Farm Credenhill Herefordshire , Proposed agricultural workers dwelling. , Valid
  • P184208/F – Planning Permission February 26, 2019
    Land at Tree Cottages Station Road Credenhill Herefordshire HR4 7ES, Proposed erection of a new single storey dwelling and garage., Valid
  • P190524/V – Certificate of Lawfulness (CLOPD) February 13, 2019
    1 Renaissance House Station Road Credenhill Hereford Herefordshire HR4 7EY, Certificate of lawful development for a single storey side extension and single storey rear extension. , Determination Made

A complete list of all planning applications relating to the Credenhill Parish can be found on Herefordshire Council’s planning page of their website.