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Herefordshire Council Planning Application

Notice ID: WR4112350

Notice effective from
5th October 2017 to 4th November 2017

PLANNING NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 15(3) OR ARTICLE 16 OF APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION ACCOMPANIED BY AN ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENT
Herefordshire Council has received an application accompanied by an Environmental Statement on the 28th December 2016 for the following:- If you wish to make representations or comments you can do so :-

By the website: Using the online comment form By e-mail to: Planning_enquiries@herefordshire.gov.uk  
By post to: Planning Services, PO Box 230, Hereford, HR1 2ZB Members of the public may obtain copies of the Environmental Statement from: Acorus, Addlepool Business Centre, Woodbury Road, Clyst St George, Exeter, EX3 0NR at a cost of £50 per paper copy and £20 for a CD copy (as long as stock last).

Please send us representations or comments by: 4th November 2017 To ensure your representation is considered it must be received on or before this date. Proposal: Erection of 2 No. additional broiler units on existing poultry site along with associated infrastructure Applicant: Mr D Thomas Location: Claston Farm, Dormington, Hereford, HR1 4EA Application Number: 164103 Application (see foot of notice) Code/s: The application forms, plans and supporting documents can be seen by entering the application number on:- http://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/searchplanningapplications  Internet access to view the documents is also available at all of the Council’s Customer Service Centres P RICHARD BALL, Assistant Director Place Based Commissioning The letters in the above box apply to this application, and are explained as follows: P - Planning Application

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Herefordshire Council

35 Hafod Road , Brockington , Herefordshire , HR4 0LE

https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/ 01432 260 000

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