NEIGHBOURS supported proposals for an extension to a Chester property.
Applicant Mr P Rewhorn told planning officers at Cheshire West and Chester Council he was seeking approval for a first floor extension at the side of 56 Heath Lane, Great Boughton.
His application included a pitched roof over a single storey extension at the house.
Proposals for a ground floor extension were withdrawn.
The two-storey semi-detached property, with a conservatory at the rear, is on a corner plot, according to a report.
No comments were made by Great Boughton Parish Council and neighbours at 63 Heath Lane said they supported the application.
Planning officers suggested the first floor extension and the pitched roof would be sympathetic to the character of the house and would be acceptable.
There would be no undue effect on neighbours in terms of overshadowing or loss of privacy.
Recommending the application should be approved, planners believed the development would not be out of keeping with the property and would not have an unacceptable effect on neighbouring occupiers.
The borough council agreed the work could have permission.