The following planning applications were registered with Cotswold District Council between 18.6.18 and 24.6.18.

Avening: Fern Cottage, 5 Mays Lane, mixed native trees (G1) - mainly lapsed hedgerow, reduce in height to approximately 1.5m (NB mature ash tree at western end of group is not included) Yew (T1) - fell Laburnum (T2) - fell Lime (T3) - crown raise to 5m Copper beech (T4) - crown raise to 5m Horse chestnut (T5) - crown raise to 5m Portuguese laurel (G2) - fell Laurel (G3) -fell Hornbeam (T6) - crown raise to 5m Western Red Cedar (T7) - fell Beech (T8) - fell Cherry plum (T9) - fell Acer (T10) - fell (NB The mature silver birch near T7 - T10 is not included.); Holy Cross Church, Church Street, T1 - Sycamore - fell to allow more light into the garden of 3 Orchard Field.

Chipping Campden: Ventnor Cottage, Paxford, replace all outside windows from plastic to painted wood with design as per drawings, erect rear single storey extension, move detached garage forward to side of dwelling.

Chipping Norton: Harwood House, The Green, Bledington, compliance of conditions 5 (materials) and 7 (details) - proposed rear extension to the main house and external alterations.

Cirencester: Crown House, 1 Wilkinson Road, non-material amendment to 17/04798/FUL for revised treatment to south elevation of retained building to include south elevation ground floor revised doors, windows and render finish, reduced bin store area to new car park; Little Garth, Lower End, Daglingworth, compliance with conditions 3 (samples), $ (panel), 6 (colour) & 7 (details) - proposed single storey extension and porch.

Fairford: The Divot East End, pine (T1) - fell due to decreased health and low amenity value, Judus (T2) - fell due to many woodpecker/squirrel holes making the tree unsafe; Vines Villa, The Green, conifer (T1) - reduce height by 3 metres max, Monterey Spruce (T2) - reduce height by approx 4 metres (to eaves height of West Mead); Albion Cottage, London Road, T1 - Chamaecyparis - remove, T2 - Prunus - pruning and reshaping, T3 - Chamaecyparis - fell; Hyperion House, London Street, compliance with condition 3 (samples), 4 (stone wall and mortar) and 8 (details) - partial demolition and erection of extension to care home to create 31 bedrooms with refurbishment of the existing building and bedrooms to create a 67 resident care home.

Little Barrington: Hillside Cottage, The Green, replace stone tiles to front facing roof slope, replacement of wooden doors and 2 windows to the rear of the property,

Moreton-in-Marsh: First Port 31 The Grange, T1 - Copper Beech - fell; College Tythe Barn, Chapel Street, Broadwell, T1 - Ash - reduce crown by 2m, thin crown (25% active crown loss) - overly large and dense for location.

Sherborne: The Oranges, compliance with conditions 3 (sample materials), 4 (sample panel), 7 (window colour) and 8 (window etc details) of permission 17/01713/FUL - erection of replacement dwelling.

South Cerney: Apex Computers International Ltd, Apsu House, The Mallards, Broadway Lane, compliance of condition 5 (landscaping) of planning permission 18/01069/FUL for the refurbish, re-clad existing office building with proposed central atrium; 1 Fosse Barn, Cricklade Road, erection of new boundary walls.

Stow-on-the-Wold: The Organic Shop, The Square, installation of new shop sign on existing wall brackets to shop frontage, replace 'Dutch blind' above no1 shop window and install new matching 'Dutch blind' awning above adjacent shop front window, retrospective.

Temple Guiting: Sheepfold Ford, Farm Cottages, Ford, T1 - cherry (Prunus), indicated by red arrow, reduce canopy by up to 30%, lift lower branches so clear of garage, and thin excessive growth, work is to allow more light into garden.

Tetbury: Stroud & Swindon Building Society, 4 Market Place, creation of fire exit to side elevation of property.

Windrush: Street Record, Church Lane, Common yew (T1) - crown lift to c2-3m, carry out a crown reduction (to remaining crown) of c1-2m top height / .2-3m radial spread and a subsequent c10% thin of internal growth, prune by way of drop-crotching to retain natural form, Irish yew x4 (T2, 3, 4, 5) - carry out harsh crown reductions to leave a semi-bare framework of c.1-1.5m diameter (dictated by lower stem diameter) and a top height of c3m, cherry (T6) - crown lift to c2-3m, carry out a crown reduction (to remaining crown) of c1-2m top height / c2-3m radial spread and a subsequent c10-20% thin of very dense internal growth, prune by way of drop-crotching to retain natural form.

The following planning applications were registered with North Wiltshire District Council between 18.6.18 and 24.6.18.

Ashton Keynes: 5 Dairy Farm, Gosditch, 30% crown reduction to Beech tree.

Luckington: Ford House, Brook End, re-pollard willow tree.

Malmesbury: The Cliff, 5 Gloucester Road, reduce ash tree to previous pruning points.