Planning Applications



Application Details

S/1340/19/DC

10-Apr-2019

Discharge of Conditions

26-Jun-2019

Cottenham CP

Land at Oakington Road, Cottenham, Oakington Road, Cottenham

Discharge of conditions 32 (footway/cycleway Oakington Road) 33 (widening of existing footway/cycleway Oakington Road) and 34 (Widening of existing footway/cycleway Rampton Road) of planning permission S/1606/16/OL for outline planning permission for the erection of up to 126 dwellings, formation of a new vehicular & pedestrian access onto Oakington Road and associated infrastructure and works (All matters reserved apart from access).

Out for Consultation

Neighbours, Parish Councils and statutory bodies have been invited to comment on the application and express their views to assess whether the scheme is acceptable. The planning officer will visit the site for inspection and assess the surrounding area, whilst considering relevant policies and consultation responses. If necessary the officer will collect site specific information, for example by taking photographs. The planning officer will then assess the information collected.

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Description Filename
Planning application form ApplicationFormNoPersonalData.pdf
Footway/cycle way plan S278 Works(1).pdf
Details of bus shelter Cottenham Rampton Road Bus shelter.pdf
Covering letter 787153_Cover_Letter_April_19_C32_C33_C34_C35_Redacted.pdf
intereste party comments- Redacted Interested_Party_comments_Redacted.pdf
HTS Name: wphappdetail03-default.hts
Logical ID: WPHAPPDETAIL
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