The following planning applications were registered with Cotswold District Council between 21.1.19 and 27.1.19.

Bagendon: Parsloe Cottage, Upper End, removal of 4 self-seeded weed trees - sycamore and ash, due to :- dangerous proximity to house (1m), damaging retaining wall and proximity of limbs to power line, the trees are situated to the rear of the property on the right, pruning of 4 limbs from a self seeded ash tree, leaving the main trunk, this tree is situated to the rear of the property in the far right corner.

Bibury: Old Farm Cottage, Ablington Road, 2 x Chestnut trees located at the rear of property - remove all epicormic growth from trunk of each tree and thin crowns by 20% and remove all major deadwood, install cables to limit branch movement to reduce risk of failure.

Bourton-on-the-Water: The Dower House, High Street, erection of detached garage.

Cirencester: Beeches Car Park, Beeches Road, fell T30 (Red Horse Chestnut) due to decay; Mcgills Solicitors, Oakley House, Tetbury Road, maple to reduce by 30%, finished height - 4.5 m; Green Sleeves & Land Adjacent Baunton Lane, new dwelling to rear of Green Sleeves and change of use of agricultural land to side of Green Sleeves to residential to form driveway.

Daglingworth: Anvil Cottage, The Street, Atlantic blue cedar - to be felled, root system appears to be interfering with soak away, tree needs to be felled in order to gain access and repair soak away.

Duntisbourne: Nor-Leba, Duntisbourne Abbots, Cirencester, demolition of lean-to side extension, attached outbuilding and garage, erection of a 1.5 storey front and side extensions, detached garage with ancillary accommodation above and relocated vehicular access.

Fairford: Moor Farm, East End, formation of vehicle and pedestrian openings through existing stone wall, existing pedestrian opening blocked up to match existing, formation of front canopy, erection of single storey extensions and first floor extensions and erection of dry stone wall and installation of solar panels to garage; formation of front canopy, erection of single storey extensions and first floor extensions and erection of dry stone wall and installation of solar panels to garage; Land north of The Orchard, The Croft, T1 - fell to ground level, split main fork resulted in emergency works to make safe, further weak forks identified T2 - lift crown to 6m over highway and clear electric cable by 2m; Manor Farm, High Street, Kempsford, T1 Common Lime (circa 450mm dbh), fell to ground level, heavily reduced/pollarded in past, crown preventing normal full growth of adjacent Horse Chestnut (T2), which is the larger, older and better quality tree T2 - Horse Chestnut - crown lift by circa 1-1.5m to provide 2.5m of ground clearance all round, laterally reduce lower limbs on north-eastern side of crown to leave approximately 5-6m of branch length, reshape north western crown where adjacent lime (T1) will be removed by pruning no more than 1m of approximately 5 limbs in order to promote good future crown shape, T3 - Hybrid Black poplar - feel to ground level - dead, T4 False Acacia - remove single dead limb on west side, remove ivy and carry out climbing inspection, T5 Irish Yew - fell to ground level, small tree, heavily snow damaged in recent years, wiring no longer effective.

Moreton-in-Marsh: Brook Cottage, Pasture Lane, Blockley, fell tree, part way up the tree is considerable rot that wraps around the trunk, several large limbs have already fallen from the tree; Pear Trees, St Georges Terrace, Blockley, remove pear tree located to the left of the property (viewed from the front); Grange Farm, Horn Lane, Evenlode, construction of a tree house.

North Cerney: Perrotts Brook House, Perrotts Brook, proposed new dwelling within the existing garden of Perrott’s Brook House; Land parcel Easting 402003 Northing 207445, compliance with conditions 3 (walling and roofing materials), 7 (door and window finishes), 9 (rainwater goods), 10 (chimney/porch/eaves/verges design detail), 11 (landscaping), 15 (reptile mitigation strategy), 16 (hedgerow management), 20 (external lighting) and 21 (existing and proposed levels) of Permission 17/01360/FUL - erection of 12 no. units comprising 6 no. 2 bedroom houses and 6 no. 1 bedroom flats including 18 no. parking spaces and associated hard and soft landscaping.

Northleach: Cotswold House, High Street, Lawsons cypress (T1) - fell, Lawsons cypress (T2) - crown lift to c.7ft. Cotoneaster (T3) - fell, Juniper x2 (T4 & T5) - fell, apple x1, pear x1 (T6 & T7) - fell, apple (T8) - fell.

Oddington: Land west of Brans Cottage, Brans Lane, Upper Oddington, erection of a single dwelling and associated works.

Upper Slaughter: 5 The Square, removal of corrugated iron roof, provision of glazed roof over yard, new rear entrance door, reinstatement of wc and replacement of uPVC rainwater goods with cast iron; 5 The Square, provision of glazed roof over yard.

Withington: Manor Hall, Chedworth Road, partial compliance with condition 7 (design detail) of permission 17/03949/FUL and consent 17/03950/LBC - internal and external works including changes to selected doors and windows, remodelling of partition walls, removal of glazed extensions and new hard landscaping.

The following planning applications were registered with North Wiltshire District Council between 21.1.19 and 27.1.19.

Ashton Keynes: Keynes House, The Derry, fell 3 Acacia Trees; Melton Lodge, Back Street, reduce height of Yew to 6 metres, fell 1 Holly, 1 metre crown reduction to Sycamore and Field Maple.

Brinkworth: The Annex Lodge Farm, to formalise the residential notation of the annexe (1 bedroomed self contained annexe).

Cricklade: 12 Abingdon Court Lane, fell 1 Rowan tree; Plants Farm, Chelworth Road, erection of a detached residential dwelling.

Luckington: Garden Cottage, Cherry Orchard Lane, extension and alterations to existing house.

Marston Meysey: The Grange, The Street, 30% height reduction to 2 Yew trees.