All Wiltshire Planning Applications are submitted to Wiltshire Council and it is their responsibility to decide whether a Planning Application is approved or rejected. Most frequently applications are approved with ‘Conditions’ attached to the Consent. Wiltshire Council employ Planning specialists to review the applications and this includes assessing the proposals in relation to Planning legislation, Neighbourhood plans, Planning guidance etc. In addition Wiltshire Council consult other parties for their views on an application. So if the application is relevant to Ansty, then Ansty Parish Council is asked for their views. Other consultees might include Wiltshire Highways, Wiltshire Environmental Health, Cranborne Chase AONB.
Ansty Parish Council welcomes feedback from its parishioners, so that as many views as possible are taken into account when the Parish Council makes its response to a Planning Application. In addition any parishioner can submit their own response to Wiltshire Council regarding a Planning Application and there is a facility for doing this online. All Ansty Parish Planning Applications are added to our website and the most recent ones are listed below.
Click here to see details concerning Ansty Parish Council Planning & Listed Building Consultations.
To view the documents for a Planning Application you can click on the Planning Application Number (in blue) in the table below.
There may be the occasional technical issue with the Wiltshire Planning application pages!!
Recent Planning Applications in Ansty
|Planning App Number||Address||Description||Comments Deadline||Decision|
|20/11492/FUL||Copseside Farmhouse Ansty Salisbury||Change of use of land from Agricultural to Equestrian. Erection of mobile field shelters and mobile barn of similar construction||04-03-2021||Approve with conditions|
|20/11348/TCA||Fox Cottage High Street Ansty Salisbury Wiltshire SP3 5QD||1 x Beech tree – Fell||09-01-2021||Fell|
Last updated 10/04/2021
Click on the link below to view specific Archived Planning Application details for Ansty
Please Note: The search facility, via Wiltshire Council Development is comprehensive. You will have to get used to the filter vagaries! Records go back to the 1980s. Put in maximum records per page if you are trawling through the archives: some of it does appear to be random – but it is all there somewhere!