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Planning Applications from Southampton City Council in Southampton area

Town & Country Planning Act 1990
Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Area) Act 1990

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the receipt of the following application(s):

Address: 49 - 50 High Street and Rear of 48 High Street Southampton
Application No: 22/00712/FUL (Major Application)
Proposal: Conversion of first and second floors and part of ground floor to provide 12 flats (1x 2-bed and 11x 1-bed) including infill of lightwell, rebuilding of facades with new windows, new shop front and associated cycle/refuse storage

Address: Seafarers Court 12 - 14 Queens Terrace, Flat 26 Southampton
Application No: 22/00823/FUL (Conservation Area)
Proposal: Erection of a first-floor rear extension to enclose terrace

Documents relating to these applications are available from our Public Access webpage at:

Any person who wishes to make representations to the Council in respect of these applications, should submit them through the Public Access webpage at the address above or in written form with their name and full postal address, quoting the above application number and send them to Development Management, Southampton City Council, Civic Centre, Southampton, SO14 7LY by 15 July 2022

You can request an email confirming an acknowledgement to your comments when they are submitted by Public Access, or you can see that your representation has been received by looking in the public comments section under the relevant case. However, because of the need to deal with planning applications within statutory time limits, the Council will not enter into correspondence.

Under the provisions of the Local Government (Access to Information Act) 1985, any written comments that you submit (including post) will be made available on line via public access and for inspection and copying by the public. By submitting such comments you are consenting to your name and address being placed in the public domain. If you have an overriding legal reason why your address should remain confidential, please contact the planning office for advice in good time prior to submitting your comments in accordance with the relevant deadline.

Paul Barton
Interim Head of Planning & Economic Development


Jo Chew