Planning applications currently being considered by WDDC will be notated here. If you wish to make personal representations to WDDC about a particular applications please send it direct to the Planning Dept at WDDCApplication Ref: WD/D/17/000478Proposal: Erect Warehouse (Full)Site Address: Land known as Donkey Plot, Chalk Pit Lane, Litton Cheney - approvedApplication Ref: WD/D/17/000758 & 759Proposal: Charity Farm - Erection of 6 no. dwellings and conversion of redundant agricultural building to a dwelling.For details of planning applications past and present relating to Litton Cheney use the following link: http://webapps.westdorset-weymouth.gov.uk/PlanningApps/Pages/Search.aspxIf you wish to make a comment on a pending planning application you can use this facility to make your online comment directly to WDDC
Application No: WD/D/17/001297Proposal: 12.5m Jupiter streetworks pole and associated integral antennas, cabinets and ancillary development.Location: COOMBEFIELD FARM, CHALK PIT LANE, LITTON CHENEY, DORCHESTER, DT2 9AN Easting: 354175.360 Northing: 90642.990 The Council has received an application for Prior Approval under Class A of Part 16 of Schedule 2 of The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 to carry out the development described above. This is not a planning application. The development is automatically granted planning permission by the above Order unless the local planning authority determines that Prior Approval is required, or the development falls outside the scope of the Order. Note: This is the notification regarding the erection of a mobile (radio) phone mast which should considerably improve mobile phone reception in the area. At the recent Village Assembly, local residents were informed of this initiative by the Chairman of the Parish Council, Bill Orchard. The Parish Council strongly supports the need for adequate mobile phone coverage, a facility that is long overdue in Litton Cheney and the surrounding area, and given that safe modern day working practices in a rural environment demand that efficient and effective communication systems be available expeditiously.