The following planning applications have been decided upon by Wiltshire Council recently.

Chippenham: Ms A Stanton of 1A Deansway has been given the go-ahead to build a single-storey side extension on their property.

Chippenham: Hutchison 3G UK Ltd required consent was sought for the proposed installation of a 20m pole with a base cabinet and associated works. The application was submitted to the council on July 30 this year. The planning officer found that no prior approval for the application was needed.

Chippenham: Andrew Parker of 44 Stonelea Close has been granted permission to replace his conservatory.

Chippenham: No objections were raised to an application by Tony Gill of 57-58 New Road to cut down three sycamore trees.

Christian Malford: Mr and Mrs Wooldridge of Swallett Lodge, Main Road have had their application to build a first-floor rear extension of an existing single-storey rear garage, as well as replace the existing garden store with a four-bay carport and storage building approved.

Seend: An application was filed for the change of use of an ancillary residential building at Cleeve House to a holiday let. The application was filed by Andrew Norris on July 27 and has been given the go-ahead by the planning officers with conditions regarding its occupancy.

Malmesbury: Aldi has been granted planning permission to build a massive store on Crudwell Road.

The Hybrid application includes the demolition of the existing buildings on the site and the construction of the supermarket with car parking facilities and associated access. Outline approval was also given for a replacement garden centre and/or another building for employment use.

Nearly 300 letters of representation, most appearing to be in support of the discount supermarket moving into the market town, were filed with the council.

Malmesbury: A rear extension is due to be built at 3 Hillcrest following a successful application by Stephen and Fiona Boughton.

Malmesbury: Mr K Roberts of Lawn Farm, Grange Lane has been given the green light to replace the grain store on his farm.

Ogbourne St Andrew: Mr L Matthews of Ash Tree Cottage has had his application for an extension to enlarge his kitchen rubber-stamped.

Calne: An application was submitted to build a conservatory to the rear of 12 Britannia Drive. The application, submitted by Simon Wareham, was approved by the planning officer.

Pewsey: An application submitted by Mr and Mrs Phil Little to build a first-floor extension onto their double garage and store to create a new home office has been given the green light.

Hilcott: Permission has been given to Mr and Mrs Richardson for a single-storey rear extension and associated works at Queen Anne Cottage.

Bradford on Avon: Permission has been granted for works at 39 Churches. The application, submitted by Mr S Steel included building a two-storey side extension and a single-storey front extension, as well as a re-render of the entire property.

Winsley: Planning permission has been granted to Mr and Mrs Bowles of Hartley Cottage, 199 Hartley for a number of home improvements, including the construction of a single-storey side extension, raising the ridge height to part of the existing dwelling, installing new dormer windows, new conservatory roof lights and building a new detached garage.

Trowbridge: Mr and Mrs Mccready of 22 Green Lane submitted a now approved application to build a front, rear and side single-storey extension on their home.

Trowbridge: A planning application was put in to makes changes at 21 Farleigh Avenue. It was proposed by applicants, Olivia Howlett, to build a first-floor extension over an existing extension and to increase the size of an existing bedroom over the attached garage – which included removing a dormer window. The planning officer approved the application with conditions.

Warminster: Mr and Mrs Dawkins of 6 Chancery Lane will soon build a single-storey living room extension on their property.

Mere: A planning application to remove a damaged wall and replace it with a hedge at The Stables, Bramley Hill was filed. The applicants, Mr and Mrs Farenden, were granted approval by the planning officer with conditions.