Planning Application Record : WA/2017/2028

 LocationBrightwells House, Brightwells Road, Farnham GU9 7SB

 ProposalListed Building Consent for the demolition of the attached Redgrave Theatre, conversion of Brightwell House to form 2no. restaurant units. Works to include single/two storey extensions to the north and west (containing additional ground floor restaurant space, kitchen areas, stores, toilets, staircase and plant room and first floor kitchens, stores, staff wc and plant room). Works to existing house to include reinstatement of 3no. original hipped roofs and rooflight to the north elevation and hipped roofs over the existing bay windows and reinstatement of the glazed canopy in the southern elevation. Reinstatement of original chimneys, internal fireplaces and staircase. Partial unblocking of a first floor window on the west elevation. Removal of later partition walls and ground floor toilet; new openings through to first floor extension, installation of servery. Some blocking in of existing internal openings. Demolition of boundary walls, toilet block and cottage.
 Applicant CompanyCrest Nicholson Regeneration Ltd & Sainsbury's Supermarkets
 AgentMs Georgia Barrett of Maddox Associates Ltd
 Received Date01/11/2017
 Valid Date01/11/2017
 Case OfficerRuth Dovey
 Phone01483 523344
 Site Visit
 WardFarnham Moor Park
 Grid Ref484231   146954
 Decision Target 26/12/2017

 DecisionPending Decision
 Decision Date
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