The following planning applications were registered with Cotswold District Council between 14.1.19 and 20.1.19.

Adlestrop: St Peters Church, Daylesford, tree works in submitted schedule.

Bledington: The Knoll, Stow Road, Certificate of Lawful Proposed Use or Development under Section 192 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 for the formation of habitable room in roofspace with 4 rooflights to the rear elevation.

Blockley: Land off Draycott Road, Draycott Road, compliance with conditions 2 (sample materials), 3 (sample panel stone), 4 (sample panel render), 5 (sample panel brick), 7 (window and door colours), 8 (design details), 16 (external lighting) and 17 (levels) of approval 18/02587/REM - residential development for up to 23 dwellings and associated works (reserved matters approval pursuant to outline permission 15/01020/OUT).

Broadwell: Temple Barn, Chapel Street, T1 - Acer platanoides 'Dissectum' - reduce crown height and spread by 2-3M varying (cuts sub-80mm), crown raise by 2m by the removal of minor growth back to source (cuts sub-80mm).

Cirencester: 50 Gloucester Street, compliance with condition 10 (replacement trees) of application 16/03332/FUL - partially demolish existing boundary wall and create off-street parking; 37 Albion Street, Stratton, erection of single storey front extension.

Driffield: Fosse Farm House, general purpose building.

Ebrington: Hidcote Manor Gardens, Hidcote Bartrim, fell 7 small cherry trees.

Kempsford: Lorien, High Street, Lime trees - pollard to sound wood approximately 300mm below previous reduction points (approximately 2-3m regrowth to be pruned off).

Kingscote: The Matara Centre, Kingscote Park, T1 - Beech - fell due to extensive disease.

Lower Slaughter: The Orchard, Kings Well Lane, T1, ash - fell, the ash tree root system is very poor, it has a strong lean towards the footpath, the ash tree next to it has fallen over in the winds, both large trees and the same age.

North Cerney: Sewage Disposal Works, Burcombe, Woodmancote, renew parts of the existing waste water treatment process, with modern and sustainable equipment.

Oddington: Oddington Top, Back Lane, Upper Oddington, fell cherry.

Sherborne: Church of St Mary Magdalene, fell and remove Horse Chestnut, replace with Yew.

Somerford Keynes: 12 Spinney Lake, Lower Mill Lane, construction of pontoon and steps and extended decking.

Southrop: Tiltup Barn, erection of replacement barn.

Temple Guiting: Barton House, Barton, Guiting Power, erection of agricultural building; Graziers Cottage Ford, prune maple branches.

Upper Rissington: The Watchtower, Rissington Airfield, compliance with conditions 5 (contamination), 6 (landscaping scheme), 9 (sample panel render) and 10 (details) of permission 17/04549/FUL - conversion and change of use of existing airfield control tower into single dwelling - variation of condition 2 (approved drawings) of planning permission ref. 16/00075/FUL to incorporate amended design.

The following planning applications were registered with North Wiltshire District Council between 14.1.19 and 20.1.19.

Great Somerford: The Manor House, West Street, fell 2 Lombardi Poplars (T1), 30% crown reduction to 2 Sycamore trees (T2), fell 1 Horse Chestnut (T3), fell 1 Silver Birch (T4), fell 1 Norway Maple (T5) and 1 Robinia (T6); Manor Stables, West Street, reduce 1 leaning stem of Douglas Fir back to union; Land off West Street, temporary removal of 6 metres of hedgerow; Tangles, fell 1 False Acacia (T1), 1 Elm (T2), 1 Willow (T3), 2 Lime trees (T4 and T5) and 1 Ash (T6).

Hullavington: Hullavington Garage/Shop/Post Office, 29a High Street, minor amendments to planning application 15/11673/FUL and discharge/amend condition 3 (ancillary accommodation).

Malmesbury: Rose Cottage, Norton Road, Easton Grey, fell 1 Norway Spruce; Roundmead House, St Johns Street, reduce walnut tree back to previous pruning points (T1), fell 5 Cypress trees (T2 - T6), reduce maple back to previous pruning points (T7).

Purton: Dairy Farm, 17 Stoke Common Lane, single storey rear extension, internal renovations and alterations.