Tag: Trevello Road

The shop that never was

A building where there were once hopes for a shop it now set to become flats. A planning application for a shop at 34 Trevello Road was first submitted in 2011. The same person submitted a revised application in 2015. Now Taylor Wimpey have submitted an application (S/PRIORC/17/1943) to convert the ground floor of 34

Convenience store planning and licence applications

Planning and alcohol licence applications have been submitted to Swindon Borough Council for the empty shop at 34 Trevello Road. The planning application (S/15/0338) is from the same person that submitted an application over three years ago for the same building. That application was withdrawn following concerns raised by the council about noise and the

Jessica’s Hair and Beauty opens

East Wichel now has its first retail business at its local centre. Jessica’s Hair & Beauty opened on Saturday in Trevello Road. We wish them well and hope they survive through to the rest of the centre being built.

Local shops – new planning application

Taylor Wimpey have submitted a new planning application, S/RES/13/1087, for the area between the school and East Wichel Way, including up to five shops or offices. As with other recent applications from Taylor Wimpey, there is also a change to the East Wichel Design Code linked to the application, though details of that were not

Planning Application – Parcel WV09

Taylor Wimpey have submitted a new planning application, along with a change to the East Wichel Design Code, for parcel WV09. This is the area of land between Trevello Road, Staldon Road and Stonehenge Road, to the west of the school. The plan is a significant change from Taylor Wimpey’s previously approved application for this

Convenience store planning application

A planning application (S/ADV/11/1724) has been submitted to turn 34 Trevello Road into a convenience store. This is the double fronted building facing across the mud towards the primary school. This application gives the prospect of a shop being open well before construction of the main parade of shops has even started.