NO OBJECTIONS were raised by neighbours or by town councillors when plans were put forward for alterations to a detached property.
The new build was proposed at 29 Fluin Lane, Frodsham by Mr David Shipsides.
Mr Shipsides told planning officers at Cheshire West and Chester Council he was seeking approval for a single-storey and two-storey extension at the rear of the house.
His application included a dormer, also at the rear and a pitched roof for a bay window at the front.
Neighbours at no 27 had very recently constructed a two-storey extension, according to a report.
The key issues were the effect on neighbours and the design.
The ‘somewhat contemporary’ design would be similar to that at no 27 and to an extension at no 25.
Single-storey accommodation would be removed.
Overall planners suggested the new build would be a significant improvement to the dwelling.
They recommended the application should be approved and the borough council agreed Mr Shipsides could have permission.