Liverpool City Council's Planning Committee discussed both the Black Bull and the Falstaff planning applications (see last Newsletter) at its meeting on 8th April.

At the Black Bull (ref. 13F/2764) planning permission has been granted to use a 6 x 4 metre area of the forecourt as an outdoor seating area on a temporary basis (to 30th April 2015) "during which time the impact on the surrounding residents can be satisfactorily monitored". Several conditions have been imposed, e.g. no more than 5 tables, no consumption of food and drink outside the hours of 11.30-18.00 on any day, and use of the tables and chairs to be restricted by means of a wire chain outside the permitted hours.

At the Falstaff (ref. 13F/0625) planning permission has been granted to erect 12 detached houses following demolition of the pub. Conditions have been imposed to ensure that the eastern (i.e. Gateacre Park Drive) boundary of the site will remain open in nature. A 4 metre strip - without any gates, walls or fences - will be "subject to heavy tree planting" and will have to be maintained "in perpetuity" by the land owners.

Read our previous Newsletter articles about
the Black Bull (January
and March 2014)
and about the Falstaff

Read the Planning Committee
Agenda Reports and Minutes

(8 Apr 2014) on the LCC website

To view the submitted drawings and other documents relating to Liverpool planning applications, visit the Liverpool Planning Explorer website and enter the relevant reference (e.g. 13F/2764) into the Application Number box. Then click on the 'Search' button. When details of the application appear, click on the application number - in the left-hand column - to reach the 'Details Page for Planning Application'. For a copy of the application form, drawings, etc., click on 'Related Documents' (at the bottom of the page). To view any of the PDF files listed, right-click on the Document Name and download/save the file in the usual way.

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