Bath and North East Council has received applications for:
Plans for eight houses and four workshops at East Harptree, to include an access road, by Malcolm Pearce, for garages between Pinkers Farm and Hill Cottage, Middle Street.
Two pitched roof dormer windows to the front elevation, new pitched roofs to side extensions and gable windows at Springfield Cottages, Hang Hill, Shoscombe, for Paul Kellers.
Revised application for a first-floor extension at 10 Maypole Close, Clutton, for Mr Ward.
Thinning the crown of an ash tree to remove about 15 per cent of live branches, pruning back a birch tree by 1.3m and pruning a sycamore tree next to the driver at Coach House, Tunbridge Road, Chew Magna, for Mr R Campbell.
A two-storey extension and rear porch following the demolition of an existing side extension at Southview, Bath Road, Farmborough, for Mrs Helen Foster.
A two-storey front/side extension, provision of a chimney and single-storey rear conservatory at 11 Glanville Drive, Hinton Blewitt, for John Skilton.
A first-floor extension at 5 Lynwood Close, Midsomer Norton, for Nichola Stevenson.
Certificate of lawfulness for the use of land and buildings as a motor vehicle workshop with secondary second hand car sales at Valley View Motors, Dunkerton Hill, Peasedown St John, for DM and JP Commercial Ltd.
Crown removal and overall reduction of a malus crabapple tree, for Mr C Taylor.
Felling of a conifer tree and pruning of a cherry tree at 18 Welton Road, Radstock, for Anna Binnie-Dawson.
Solar photovoltaic farm to include associated works for Parcel 2462 and Parcel 0153 , Chelwood Road, Marksbury, by TGC Renewables.
Mr and Mrs Paul Denny wish to build a garage, carport and workshop with office over the garage and conversion of a barn to additional accommodation following the demolition of an existing garage, calf shed and side shed at Woodbine Farm, 46 High Street, Chew Magna.
A new industrial unit on waste ground between Wheelers Hill and Wellow Brook on Midsomer Enterprise Park, Midsomer Norton, for Jamie Gaudi.
Provision of driveway with turning point and hardstanding area for two cars at 71 Paulton Road, Midsomer Norton.
A garage at 45 Hillside View, Peasedown St John, for Mr E Pearce.
Use of a residential annexe as a separate residential home at Woodcraft Barn, Woollard Lane, Publow, for Mr and Mrs Sivier.
Installation of new windows into the east elevation at Unit 35B First Avenue, Westfield, Midsomer Norton, for Marksbury Limited.
Mendip District Council has received applications for:
Alterations to a garage at Murtry Hill Cottage, Buckland Dinham, by Mr and Mrs Clive Harrington.
Replacement windows at Mells School, Mells Green, Mells, by Mike Lewis.
Coppicing of an ash tree on land to the east of Murtry House, Buckland Dinham, by Clive Mockford.
Raising and alterations to roof to form attic accommodation, replacement porch on the south east, rear extension on the north west and first-floor balcony at Nyahlene, Ashwick, Oakhill, by Mark Burr.
Pruning of a western red cedar tree and works to trees at Spencer House, Manor Place, High Street, Oakhill, by Mrs J Barret.
Removal of a temporary office building and replacement with a new single-storey purpose-built office building with small sales area at Timbersource Ltd, Marston Park, Tytherington, by Stuart Kemp.
Mendip District Council has given conditional approval for:
Works to two trees at The Beeches, Top Lane, Mells, by Mr M Phypers.
Installation of domestic microgeneration equipment on the roof of Horseshoe Cottage, Limekiln Farm, Faulkland, by Mr Biggerstaff.
Demolition of commercial outbuildings and construction of a new home and office unit at Laurel Cottage, Little Green, Mells, by Mr and Mrs J Strachan.
First-floor bedroom extension to north east side of Underhill, Little Green, Mells, by Becky Askew.
Detached garage and new driveway at Rose Cottage, Ash Lane, Nettlebridge, by Mr and Mrs P Wigzel.
Mendip District Council has refused permission for:
Rear two-storey extension, side porch and detached garage/workshop at The Cottage, Withybrook, Stoke St Michael, by Martin Summerell.