WONDERING what's going on down your street and whether your neighbours are planning an extension?

Here's where you can find out - check out these latest planning applications for York:

21/01811/FUL - for single storey side extension, first floor rear extension, and single storey wraparound extension with first floor extension to existing garage at 1 St Oswalds Road.

21/01987/FUL - for single storey rear extensions and balcony to rear at Acomb Methodist Church, Front Street.

21/01943/FUL - for single storey front and side extension, and replacement of dormer with four roof lights at The Chestnuts, 2 Pear Tree Lane.

21/02048/FUL for erection of detached dwelling and garage following the demolition of existing bungalow at Costa Lot, Main Street, Holtby.

21/01986/LBC for replacement of existing external part single glazed timber doors and frames (front, rear/side) to properties 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 25, 27, 29, 12, 14, 18, 20, 22, 24 Station Avenue, and repair and refurbishment of pairs of doors on 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 Station Avenue, New Earswick.

21/02007/FUL - for single storey rear extension after demolition of existing rear extension at Park Farm, 95 Main Street, Askham Bryan.

21/02011/LBC - for external alterations to repair entrance door and surrounding timbers and installation of fire safety door to alleyway at 76 Goodramgate.

21/02015/FUL and 21/02016/LBC for internal and external works associated with change of use of upper floors, basement and outbuilding from retail (use class E) to eight flats (use class C3)to be used as holiday lets including reinstatement of glazed windows and doors to rear, removal of air conditioning units and reconstruction of outbuilding facade. Installation of fire suppression system, bathrooms, internal walls and secondary glazing; re-plastering and removal of internal walls at 34 Coney Street.

Applications and plans can be inspected at www.york.gov.uk/SearchPlanningApplications - just put in the planning reference (above in bold) to look at the details for each application, or you can search by street name.

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