LISTED: Latest planning applications

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Artists impression of the Solent Freedom Tunnel portal at Whippingham, IOW. 
MUST CREDIT Able Connections Ltd

The Able Connections proposal is to create a new North-South axis through the centre of the Solent region by constructing a tunnel from the M27 east of junction 9 to the Whippingham roundabout on the Isle of Wight, with an additional access intersection 'cut and cover' portal near the mainland coast between Browndown and Meon.  (options being discussed). The scheme brings a range of benefits to the region, including a step change in the connectivity of the Solents emerging mass transit public transport network, reduced highway congestion, reduced HGVs in city centres, new habitat for wildlife and public amenity, agglomeration benefits for industries in the Aerospace, Marine Defence and Composites sectors and other major employers in south Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, as well as improved accessibility for tourists to the island. The scheme

Striking first look at proposed £1.2bn tunnel between Isle of Wight and M27

Here’s our list of the lastest planning applications made to councils in the area.

PORTSMOUTH

Baffins: Single-storey rear extension and creation of new off-road parking space at 20 Eastern Avenue, Southsea; Mrs Noonan

St Jude: Internal alterations to facilitate loft conversion with installation of staircase at 8 Brandon Court, Lawrence Road, Southsea; Mr Sam Riley

St Jude: Change of use from dwelling house (Class C3) to purposes falling within Class C4 (house in multiple occupation) or Class C3 (dwelling house) at Flat 2, 36 Worthing Road, Southsea; Mr Daniel Reilly

Central Southsea: Change of use from house in multiple occupation (Class C4) to purposes falling within Class C3 (dwelling house) or Class C4 (house in multiple occupation) at 36 Heidelberg Road Southsea; Mr Chris Broyd

Baffins: Single-storey side extension and alterations to windows and doors on southern elevation at Moorings Way Infant School, Moorings Way, Southsea; Moorings Way Infant School

Drayton & Farlington: Two-storey building for office use following demolition of existing building on land adjacent to Hyundai Garage Fitzherbert Road, Portsmouth; Mr Nobes

GOSPORT

Lee West: Detached house on land adjacent to 2 Warwick Close; Mr Michael Lunn

Rowner and Holbrook: Permanent retention of temporary buildings for use as a meeting facility at Grange County Junior School; Hampshire County Council

Angelsey: Repaint the exterior of the dwelling house, replace garage door and reinstate the railings and gate at 22 St Mark’s Road; Mr Chris Bates

Peel Common: 15m high telecommunications column with associated cabinet and ancillary equipment at Rowner Road; Hg3 and EE

FAREHAM

Porchester West: Retention of six external air conditioning condenser units at 134 Portchester Road; Woodland Court Care Home Ltd

Titchfield: Front, side and rear extensions with new roof to form first floor accommodation with front dormer and detached garden building at 2 Friars Pond Road; Mr and Mrs Chadwick

Warsash: Demolition of the existing detached garage and construction of a new three-bedroom detached bungalow at 230 Warsash Road; Mr Donald Yau

Portchester East: Single-storey rear extension at 106 Portchester Road; Mr and Mrs Thurston

Fareham West: Rear orangery and single-storey rear extension at 77 Longmynd Drive; Mr and Mrs Higgins-Merring

HAVANT

Barncroft: Single-storey front extension at 41 Linkenholt Way; Mr Cox

St Faiths: Single-storey rear extension; new third floor with new pitched roof; porch to front at 31 East Street; Mr and Mrs Chalcraft

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