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Changes made to planning application

posted 14 Jun 2015, 15:25 by Grimescar Greenfields

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Dear Sir/Madam

 

LAND AT, AINLEY TOP, YEW TREE ROAD AND BURN ROAD, HUDDERSFIELD HD2 2EQ

OUTLINE APPLICATION FOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

 


I am writing to let you know that additional information and/or amended details have been received for this development proposal. You may view the application, including plans and documents by searching or quoting application number 2014/93039 in either of the following ways:

• online using our website www.kirklees.gov.uk/planning; you can use a computer at your local library or information centre for this if you do not have one at home.
• viewing an electronic version of the file at the Customer Service Centre, Civic Centre 3, Huddersfield:

Monday – Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm; except Thursday 10.00am to 5.00pm

 

You can view the progress on the application including whether the decision will be made by Officers using delegated powers or by Councillors at a Planning Committee by checking the Kirklees website.  Please be aware we will not inform any interested parties of the relevant committee date if applicable. If you wish to make comments on the application you can do so by: 

• using the link from the application details on the website www.kirklees.gov.uk/planning
• e-mailing your comments to dc.admin@kirklees.gov.uk
• writing a letter to Planning, Investment and Regeneration Service at the above address

Please quote the application number 2014/93039 in any contact with us.

 

If you have any questions then please phone one of our customer advisers at Kirklees Direct on 01484 414746.  Please bear in mind that we can only consider comments we receive in writing or by email: you can not comment by phone.

 

We must receive any comments by 23 June 2015.  If your comments are received late, the application may have already been determined.  We will consider carefully all the comments we receive, but the council must weigh any comments alongside all the relevant planning considerations in making a decision.  You should not assume that an objection will necessarily mean that an application will be refused.  We can only acknowledge your comments made by letter if you enclose a stamped addressed envelope.  

 

In accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000, any comments received will be made public and may be published on our website.  You can not ask for your comments to be kept confidential.  If you are in private rented property, please make sure that the property owner is aware of the planning application.