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PUBLISHED: 11:53 23 February 2009 | UPDATED: 10:40 07 July 2010

Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk, list of planning applications for week ending February 21.

Brancaster - Extension to dwelling at The Bungalow, Brancaster Staithe, for Mr J Clarke.

Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk, list of planning applications for week ending February 21.

Brancaster - Extension to dwelling at The Bungalow, Brancaster Staithe, for Mr J Clarke.

Brancaster - Construction of dwelling house on plot north-east of Half Acre House, Cross Lane, for John Minney.

Burnham Market - Construction of new dwelling following demolition of existing dwelling at Sussex House, Sussex Farm, for Michael Kent.

Burnham Market - New external signage and internal alterations at Fishes, Market Place, for Alexandra Ferguson.

Burnham Overy - Construction of six-bed dwelling and associated works at The Arboretum, East Harbour Way, for Mr J Danziger.

Great Massingham - Construction of 12 affordable dwellings with associated new access road and external works on land west of 11-12 Charles Dewar Close, for Freebridge Community Housing.

North Creake - Change of use from paddock land to create hard surface tennis court and associated fencing at The Old Rectory, Church Street, for Richard Chalk.

Titchwell - Construction of wooden workshop and replacement hide at Titchwell Marsh RSPB Reserve, Main Road, for Paul Eele.

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