PERMISSION was granted to create modern family living accommodation at an 80-year-old Neston semi.
No objections were made by neighbours when plans for the new build, including a two storey extension, were submitted at 15 Olive Drive by applicant Emma Spruin.
Miss Spruin told planning officers at Cheshire West and Chester Council the plans also included a single-storey family room extension to the pebbledash house.
Two-storey extensions have already been built at 8, 9 and 13 Olive Drive, say borough planners.
The two-storey extension, they suggested, would be sympathetic in appearance and would not have any unacceptable effect in terms of overshadowing or loss of outlook or privacy for neighbours.
Recommending approval, they suggested that a proposed first-floor window should be obscure glazed and that planning permission should be needed for any future first-floor windows at the side.