Planning application: P/14/055
Application for Listed Building Consent for repair and restoration of front facing roof slope with wet-lay scantle roof slate, replacement of rear facing roof slope with dry-lay natural slate including the insertion of rear facing conservation roof light and insertion of timber access gate in the rear boundary garden wall (listed building)
Plans and documents submitted with this application can be found under the corresponding application for planning permission P/14/054.
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