North Derbyshire planning applications - from Chesterfield and Dronfield to Killamarsh

Here are the latest submitted and decided planning applications for north Derbyshire.

Wednesday, 13th July 2022, 8:48 am

Latest applications submitted to Chesterfield Borough Council:

Chesterfield Lawn Tennis Club, Hawksley Avenue, Chesterfield: Two rapid electric vehicle charging stations.Two existing parking spaces to become EV charging bays along with associated equipment.

5 Wentworth Avenue, Walton: Roof Refurbishment and carport extension.

The latest submitted and decided planning applications for north Derbyshire

Congregational Church, Chapel Street, Brimington: Change of use from congregational church to a residential property.

11 Cross Street, Chesterfield: External access stairs to existing flat.

Rear Of 105a and 105b, London Street, New Whittington: Change of use from disused office and storage to single dwelling.

Latest applications decided by Chesterfield Borough Council:

300 Ashgate Road, Chesterfield: Single-storey rear extension with garage conversion. Conditional permission.

8 Holmebank West, Brockwell: Two-storey extension to front of property and single-storey extension to rear. Conditional permission.

HSBC Bank, Market Place, Chesterfield: Replacement of existing external through the wall ATM with new model. Conditional permission.

31 St Augustines Road, Birdholme: Creation of a drop curb and car parking to the front elevation. Conditional permission.

Bodycote HIP Ltd, Carlisle Close, Sheepbridge: Demolition of existing storage tank. Tank to be rebuilt towards the side of the existing car park. Alterations to existing car park entrance. Conditional permission.

396 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield: Second-storey rear extension to create flat above shop and new shopfront on side elevation. Conditional permission.

Land to the north of Dunston Trading Estate, Sheepbridge Lane, Sheepbridge: Installation of a STOR gas reserve power plant. Conditional permission.

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Latest applications submitted to North East Derbyshire District Council:

9 Birch Close, Killamarsh: Single-storey side and rear extension.

230 Stonelow Road, Dronfield: Raising of roof to create rooms in roof space and a new side dormer.

Land South of 18 Station Road, Hepthorne Lane, North Wingfield: One new dwelling.

195 Thanet Street, Clay Cross: First floor and rear extension to existing bungalow, new entrance porch and a new garage.

25 Russell Gardens, Old Tupton: Single-storey rear extension and front bay window.

Birch Croft, Bole Hill, Wingerworth: Single-storey rear extension with rooms in roofspace, dormers and alterations to openings.

27 Gosforth Crescent, Dronfield: Single-storey side/rear extension.

44 Derwent Close, Dronfield: Two-storey side extension.

Sandhills Farm, Darley Road, Stonedge, Ashover: Barn conversion to two-storey, three-bedroom dwelling with rear extension.

Meadow Cottage, Staveley Road, Duckmanton: Demolition of existing single-storey rear extension and construction of new single-storey rear extension.

1 Elm Road, Eckington: Single-storey side and two-storey rear extension.

2 Cecil Avenue, Dronfield: Single-storey rear and side extension.

Tall Chimneys, Harper Hill, Wingerworth: Single-storey extension to side rear of property incorporating existing garden store. Demolition and replace existing flat roof garage with new pitch roof garage.

11 Longacre Road, Dronfield: Demolition of an existing side and rear conservatory, erection of single-storey side and rear extension with alterations, conversion of garage with raising of roof to create additional bedroom and part-rendering to existing walls.

Mill Lane Farm, Mill Lane, Grassmoor: Demolition of swimming pool building to create a new side and rear single-storey ancillary family annex.

5 Buckingham Close, Dronfield Woodhouse: Demolition of existing garage, erection of a double-storey side extension with front and rear dormer windows with a single-storey entrance porch and garage extension.

41-43 Market Street, Clay Cross: Sales and stockroom extension at rear of property, together with accommodation over sales for shop manager.

Norwood Cottage Farm, Cinder Lane, Killamarsh: Agricultural storage building.

Latest applications decided by North East Derbyshire District Council:

3 Birchen Close, Dronfield Woodhouse: Single-storey side extension including demolition of existing garage, new pitched roof over front porch and new vehicular access. Conditional permission.

58 Barnard Avenue, Coal Aston: First floor side extension over garage. Conditional permission granted.

Stables west of Walnut Drive off Field Lane, Killamarsh: Conversion of existing stable block into a three-bedroom dwelling. Conditional permission granted.

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