Revised details posted on SNC website with new comment date for Planning Application 2017/1979
Applicant: Mr Chris Todd
Location: Land Adj To Wreningham Village Hall Mill Lane Wreningham Norfolk
Proposal: Change of use to paddock and erection of stable
Letter from SNDC: 2017_1979
Copies of the submitted plans can be viewed on-line here

Please return comments to South Norfolk Council by 10 October 2017 (was 27 September) using the form attached to the letter above or by email to

The Parish Council has received the first newsletter for Hornsea Project Three Offshore Wind Farm. This will be sited some 120 kilometres off the North Norfolk coast. The consent application will be made in 2018 with work commencing in 2022.

The newsletter contains the information about the Project, recent activities and details about how you can engage with them. If you wish to receive the newsletter, or would prefer a physical copy, please email them at


This Parish falls within the Consultation Zone. This Zone aligns with area in which they are surveying for installation sites for their power lines and associated equipment. See the newsletter for the consultation events in October/November and for contact details.

The Planning Application relating to the 2 house development on Church Road (next to The Old Rectory) has been revised and copies of the amended plan(s)/additional information can be view online at the SNC website.

If you have any comments to make please email your views to or comment online at before 25 October 2016.

SNC’s planning officer’s letter is here: 2016/1569 letter

Amended Planning Application 2016/1569
The above proposal has now been amended copies of the amended plan(s)/additional information can be
view online here.

Re-consultation on this application as the Site Notice and Press Advert should have just stated “affects public right of way”. Comments to SNC by writing, emailing your views to or comment online at before 23 August 2016.

Letter concerning this application –  2016/1569

South Norfolk Council has changed the way it manages the public consultation process for planning applications:

  • First, it will not extend the consultation period if asked to do so by a Parish Council. In the past, when an application was received between Parish Council’s scheduled meetings, we would request a extension of the response deadline.
  • Second, the planning application site notice, often pinned close by for all to see, may not be placed at all.
  • Third, it will restrict sending a notification to immediate neighbours only.
  • Fourth, it will maintain the 21 day period of public consultation.

Wreningham Parish Council is reviewing and changing its internal procedure for commenting on planning applications. One action we are considering is to posting a comment with link(s) on this website to inform you of an application as a means to increase the opportunity for interested public comment to SNC.