New Vale of Glamorgan planning applications.
An application has been made to erect a detached house at Hastings Place, Penarth.
Vivard Ltd is seeking permission to erect a house on land off High Street, Llantwit Major.
David Morgan has applied to convert redundant farm buildings at Village Farm, Marcross, into two dwellings.
Green Circle is seeking permission to build a dry batch ready mixed concrete production plant at Longlands Quarry, Corntown. It has also applied to construct a dust shed.
The Vale council is being asked for its observations on plans for a single-storey extension and alterations to the control building at the Cardiff Bay Barrage.
A first-floor extension is planned to the manager's accommodation at the Fox and Hounds pub in Llancarfan.
Score Outdoor has applied to erect a hoarding at the Wenvoe Service Station in Port Road, Wenvoe.
Permission is being sought by RMC Aggregates (SW) Ltd to recycle waste bottle glass at the Whitehall Quarry in Wenvoe to produce glass aggregate.
Plans have been submitted to establish a small paper recycling business at Pant Wilkin Farm Buildings, Welsh St Donats, to handle confidential documents for delivery to Georgia Pacific, Bridgend Paper Mill.
Jennie Fifield has applied to turn offices in South Road, Sully, into a hair salon.
A livestock gathering centre is planned on land at Ty Uchaf Farm, Llantrithyd. The applicant is ET Adams & Sons.
Renewal of permission is being sought for the change of use of the ground-floor of Marriott House, Penarth Road, Cardiff, to a restaurant.
Proposals have been submitted to erect a farm dwelling at Blackton Farm, Penmark.
An application has been made to turn over land used as a garden centre next to Merthyr Street, Barry, for residential use.
The Glenbrook Inn in Dobbins Road, Barry, has applied to replace an existing fencing with a two-metre high spike and spear perimeter fence around the car park.
A health and complementary therapy salon and clinic is planned at Herbert Terrace, Penarth.
Kay Hopkins has applied to erect a small, temporary wooden field shelter for horses only at Is Coed, Ham Farm, Craig Penllyn.
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||May 10, 2002|
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