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24 Mansionhouse Road EH9 2JD
PlanningPostJuly 11, 2020, 15:01
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Applications have been submitted for planning permission and listed building consent for internal alterations and the building of a 65 sq.m single storey 'orangery' at the rear, which will contain a living area with stove, a kitchen and a utility room. The property lies on the east side of Mansionhouse Road, south of Grange Road, backing onto Lauder Road. The alterations include the removal of the southern half of the rear ground floor wall of this B listed villa. The proposals also include widening the driveway vehicle access to 4.6m.

The applicants have submitted visualisations of the proposed orangery from the front, from the rear (south) and the rear (north).

Detailed drawings of the proposals are available from the Council's planning portal at 20/02685/FUL and 20/02686/LBC. The closing date for comments on the proposals is 7 August 2020.

PlanningPostJuly 31, 2020, 10:15
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The Grange Association has submitted this objection to both the applications for planning permission and listed building consent.

All planning applications in the Grange can be viewed from our planning pages.

PlanningPostSeptember 9, 2020, 16:24
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The applications were withdrawn by the applicant on 9 September 2020. We understand that discussions with the Planning Officer indicated that the applications would not have been approved in their original form. The applicant has stated an intention to submit revised proposals incorporating:

- reduce the overall footprint
- reduce the roof height
- omit the driveway widening
- retain a larger element of the stone wall to the existing rear facade, which will be left exposed and celebrated in the new extension.

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