Doncaster planning: See what's happening in your street
Here are the latest list of planning applications submitted to Doncaster Council.
Consent to remove self-set Sycamore x3, dead Elm x1, unidentified dead tree x1 by the existing wall; remove multi-stemmed Ash leaning over access and self-set Sycamore x3 between this Ash and the existing wall; crown lift Beech x1 behind Ash to 3m from ground level; remove 1x hung up toppled dead Ash; remove small diameter self-set Sycamore along woodland edge to the site frontage; remove 1x 150mm diameter limb growing over the highway from frontage Ash; all trees being within W7 of Doncaster Rural District Council Tree Preservation Order (No.15) 1971 Rossington, Rossington Hall Lodge, Great North Road, Rossington.
Building of porch to front to replace covered open area and replacement of existing flat roof with pitched roof, at Riverside Drive, Sprotbrough.
Building of garage extension to side and porch to front, at Laburnum Drive, Armthorpe.
Building of detached outbuilding in garden, at Sunderland Street, Tickhill.
Building of single storey pitched roof extension to rear of semi-detached dwelling, at Byron Avenue, Sprotbrough.
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Building of a new stud pole adjacent to an existing pole (being an application under The Overhead Lines (Exemption) Regulations 2009), at Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Brockholes Lane, Branton, Doncaster.
Formation of new pitched roof to replace existing flat roof, Rossington Fish Bar, Gattison Lane, New Rossington.
Building of ground floor pitched roof extension to rear of semi-detached dwelling (extending 3.50m beyond rear wall, maximum height of extension 3.20m and 3.00m to height of the eaves), at Crabgate Drive, Skellow.
Building of part two storey/part single storey flat roof extension to side/front of semi detached house, at York Road, Scawthorpe.
Building of ground floor pitched roof extension to rear of semi-detached dwelling (extending 3.997m beyond rear wall, maximum height of extension 3.85m and 2.40m to height of the eaves), at Bennetthorpe.