Planning application: P/22/033/COU
Change of use of a Grade 2 listed Town Hall & Museum to Museum & Cultural Centre (Sui Generis) for the Isles of Scilly including demolition of the existing modern boiler house provide space for the extension and reconfiguration of the existing 1970s extension including a new roof to accommodate new air source heat pumps. (Listed Building) (AMENDED PLANS)
THIS PLANNING APPLICATION IS A COMBINED APPLICATION WITH LISTED BUILDING CONSENT APPLICATION P/22/034/LBC. THIS IS THE WEBPAGE FOR APPLICATION P/22/034/LBC HOWEVER ALL DOCUMENTATION FOR BOTH APPLICATIONS IS THE SAME AND WILL BE LISTED AND UPDATED ON THIS WEBPAGE FOR APPLICATION P/22/033/COU.
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Council of the Isles of Scilly
Isles of Scilly
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