Plans submitted to build new farm shop and cafe on the outskirts of Glastonbury

  Posted: 18.11.20 at 10:21 by Tim Lethaby

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Plans have been submitted to Mendip District Council for a new farm shop and cafe to be built in a hamlet on the edge of Glastonbury.

A planning application for the building of a farm shop and cafe with associated kitchen, store and toilets at Middlewick Farm, Wick Lane, Wick, has been submitted by Mr and Mrs Barker.

Middlewick Farm already has a small farm shop with takeaway cafe at the site, along with 25 holiday rooms, function room and indoor swimming pool.

However, this farm shop will be larger and include a sit-down cafe with views across the countryside, and will be open to the general public.

Middlewick Farm has a focus on sustainability, with a biomass boiler and electric car charging points already installed, and the new farm shop would have solar panels on the roof and full-height windows to maximise natural light and minimise the need for artificial lighting.

Other planning applications in the Glastonbury area that have been submitted this week to Mendip District Council include:

Installation of 28-panel/9.7KW solar PV system to south facing roof on outbuilding (amended application form received November 12) at Higher South Town Farm, Southtown Lane, West Pennard, is wanted by Mr David Powell.

Works to trees in a conservation area - T1 (holly) reduce crown by 40 per cent at Abbey Grange, 19 Magdalene Street, Glastonbury, have been applied for by Dr Timothy Hopkinson-Ball.

Planning applications in the Glastonbury area that have been decided by Mendip District Council this week include:

Retrospective change of use of a former school boarding house to teaching facility, initially hosting no more than 15 pupils at 52 St Mary's Road, Meare, by Mr Gareth Wright has been approved.

TPO M291 - beech (T1) - crown lift to 8m from ground level to allow more light to property and garden, beech (T2) - notification of removal of dead wood at 65 Wells Road, Glastonbury, by Sue Hill have been approved.

Application for approval of details reserved by conditions 7 (external facing materials), on planning consent 2016/3166/FUL at Plot 2, Willow Bridge Farm, Lower Godney, by Mr and Mrs William and Emma Yeats has been approved.

Approval of details reserved by conditions 9 (programme of archaeological work) and 10 (noise mitigation measures) on planning consent 2017/2220/FUL at Northover Manor House, Beckery, Glastonbury, by Mr Parsons has been given.

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