Weekly plans list includes Angmering Library repairs

VITAL repairs are set to be made to a 19th century village library, as talks continue over its future.

Angmering Parish Council announced just over a year ago that it had approached West Sussex County Council about the possibility of taking over the library, in Arundel Road, which also houses the Angmering Children and Family Centre.

No decisions have yet been taken about the building, which was previously the William Older School, but an inspection revealed essential maintenance work would have to be carried out and plans have now been submitted to Arun District Council.

The full list of planning applications submitted to Arun in the Gazette area is:

ANGMERING: listed building consent application to renew the slate roof coverings, replace cast iron rainwater goods and redecorate the exterior, with minor brick repairs, Angmering Library, Arundel Road.

Rear extension and front porch extension, Church View, 1 Cottrell Close.

ARUNDEL: various replacement externally- and internally-illuminated signage and lighting to front and side elevations, Swan Hotel, 27/29 High Street.

Renewal of unimplemented planning permission AB/70/09 for change of use of veterinary office and treatment room to a house, Arundel Equine Hospital, Tortington Lane. Re-advertisement, due to amended description.

Listed building consent application to retain and upgrade internal doors throughout (to meet fire regulations), remove and replace four internal doors and remove and replace 14 internal doors where necessary (dependent on condition), Norfolk Arms Hotel, 22 High Street.

Listed building consent application to demolish kitchen and build new kitchen, utility room and shower (re-submission of AB/62/12/L), 3 Mount Pleasant.

Demolish sub-standard extension and build new single-storey extension, 28 Kirdford Road.

EASTERGATE: extensions and alterations, 23 Spinney Walk, Barnham. Re-advertisement due to substitute plans.

Single-storey front extension, 11 Wentworth Close, Barnham.

Laying of permeable hand-standing, air-conditioning unit/enclosure, handrail and external lighting, 17 Elm Grove South, Barnham.

EAST PRESTON: nine flats, with associated parking, and amenity space following demolition of existing buildings, 115-117 Sea Road. Re-advertisement, due to substitute plans.

KINGSTON: two-storey rear and side extension; removal of conservatory and replacement with single-storey children’s room (also at rear); enlargement of attached garage at front; removal of mock Georgian portico at front and construction of matching enclosed porch, 65 Golden Avenue.

LITTLEHAMPTON: fitting of external wall insulation, Marden House and Heo Green.

Application for a minor material amendment to previously approved planning permission LU/271/11 for revision to the petrol filling station layout, The Wick Site (former Body Shop HQ), Hawthorn Road.

RUSTINGTON: replace six shipping containers used for storage with an industrial storage building, Stuart Jones Ltd, 1 Artex Avenue. Re-advertisement, due to amended form and description.

One internally-illuminated fascia sign to front elevation, 12 Churchill Parade, The Street.

Replacement house, 46 Seafield Road.

YAPTON: hand-standing to front of property, dropped kerb and access ramp, 65 Foundry Road. Re-advertisement, due to amended form.

Retrospective application for workshop and storage arrangement, The Brickfield, Hoe Lane (this is a departure from the development plan).