Friday noticeboard: planning applications


A few  planning applications I’ve noticed, recently submitted and open for comment on the planning applications section of the City of York Council website.

Clementhorpe Maltings


15/00114/FUL | Conversion of Malt House into 6no. residential units | The Malt House Lower Darnborough Street York YO23 1AR
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This building is one I’ve been meaning to mention for some time. I only became aware of its existence a couple of years ago. The Archaeology and Heritage Statement (PDF) has information on the building’s history.

Trees again

Many applications over the winter covering proposed work to trees in conservation areas. Here are a few I’ve spotted, just a selection. The first seems to relate to trees close to the bar walls, at the back of the Quilt Museum. The Bootham applications will be trees in private back gardens. The Acomb location I’m not familiar with at all but felling 7 poplar trees would appear to be quite a dramatic change to the local landscape. The applications are open for comment, but even if you don’t want to comment, I just wanted, again, to draw everyone’s attention to how many trees we are losing from our built-up areas.

15/00267/TCA | Various tree works including the felling of 2 No. Ash Trees in a Conservation Area | The Quilters Guild Of The British Isles St Anthonys Hall Peasholme Green York YO1 7PW
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15/00271/TCA | Various tree works including the felling of 3 trees in a Conservation Area | Ingram House 90 Bootham York
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15/00237/TCA | Fell Poplar Tree in a Conservation Area | St Olaves Vicarage 52 Bootham York YO30 7BZ
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15/00212/TCA | Fell 7 Poplar Trees; crown prune Holly in a Conservation Area | 2 Meeting House Lane Acomb York YO26 5FD
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