APPLICATIONS for planning permission have been submitted to Carlisle City Council including a request to build signage on a Grade II listed building.

Michael Reeves of Canonbie has submitted an application for planning approval to the city council, proposing that signage is installed above 2 Lorne Terrace on front street in Brampton.

Existing signage was removed in response to an enforcement notice. The premises has not been used as a shop for some time but will be brought back into use.

The application sets out plans for a fascia sign below the first floor windowsill.

In the Design, Access and Heritage Statement, the applicant said: “We have chosen a design which we believe will blend in with the street.”

They said that access to the building would not be affected in any way by the new signage.

“We have not been approached by other traders asking us to modify our shopfront plans or window detail to blend in with the street, or for any other reason, in any particular way.”

Historic England confirmed as part of the application process that 2 Lorne Terrace is a Grade II listed building.

In their design statement, the applicant said that they will “take account of the architectural/historic importance of the property, and the particular features of the building that justify its designation as a listed building, and its setting.”

An application has been submitted to the council to build a notice board on land adjacent to Clover Fields House on Dalston Road, Carlisle.

Susan Tarrant of Cummersdale Parish Council has asked the council for planning permission, proposing to build a notice board on the section of land which is on the entry to a housing estate.

Full advertising consent was sought from the city council as part of the pre-application process. The free-standing notice board will display non-commercial notices, publications and posters. Sandra Taggart has submitted an application to install aluminium signs on 23 to 24 Castle Street advertising the Denture Centre and Dental Laboratory.

An application has also been submitted for the building of agricultural buildings on Wetheral Shields Farm, Welton Road, Carlisle.

They will cover the livestock feeding yard and cattle handling pen.

The public can have their say on applications submitted for their area via the council’s planning portal.

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