Green light for hotel tea room and dog boarding kennels - but what other planning applications are planned near you in North Derbyshire

Plans for a hotel tea room as well as dog boarding kennels in former cow sheds are among the latest schemes given the go-ahead across North Derbyshire.

Monday, 10th May 2021, 10:41 am

They are among a range of planning applications submitted and decided upon across the region, alongside tree works, home extensions and conservatories.

Here are the latest planning applications submitted and decided in North Derbyshire, for the week commencing Monday, May 3:

Latest planning applications submitted to Chesterfield Council:

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Vehicular access and driveway – 195 Broomhill Road, Old Whittington;

Extension and conversion of garage to sitting room – 347 Brimington Road, Tapton.

Latest planning applications decided by Chesterfield Council:

Crown reduce ash tree – 9 Hucknall Avenue, Loundsley Green. Conditional permission;

Home extensions are among a number of new planning applications.

Front porch and off-road parking area and dropped kerb – 200 High Street, New Whittington. Refused;

Rear conservatory – 29 Carsington Close, Holme Hall. Approved;

Demolition of existing conservatory and erection of single-storey rear extension – 31 Dukes Drive, Newbold. Conditional permission;

Single-storey front extension – 99 Manor Road, Brampton. Conditional permission;

Creation of off-street parking space for parking of two vehicles – 16 Laburnum Street, Hollingwood. Conditional permission;

Replacement door – 5 Brearley Hall, Woodmere Drive, Old Whittington. Conditional permission;

Demolition of existing buildings and erection of three shop units with 11 one-bedroom apartments above – Superior Meats & Veg, 38 High Street, Old Whittington. Refused;

Demolition of existing conservatory and erection of single-storey side and rear extension, loft conversion with roof alterations and rear dormer window as well as rendering of property – 5 Norton Avenue, Somersall. Conditional permission;

Demolition of existing conservatory and utility room and erection of single-storey rear extension – 153 Somersall Lane, Somersall. Conditional permission;

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Latest planning applications decided by North East Derbyshire Council:

Prune eight ash trees – The Blue Stoops Inn, High Street, Dronfield. No objection;

Fell and prune trees – 53 Main Road, Higham. No objection;

Fell monkey puzzle and conifer trees – 98 Main Road, Ridgeway. No objection;

Prune conifer – Post Office, 60 Main Road, Ridgeway. No objection;

Lower ground and ground-floor extensions with detached garage – Nether Highoredish Farm, Berridge Lane, Ashover. Refused;

Orangery to rear – 133 Stubley Lane, Dronfield Woodhouse. Conditional permission;

Single and two-storey rear extension – 142 Eckington Road, Coal Aston. Conditional permission;

Porch to front – 35 Palmer Crescent, Dronfield. Conditional permission;

Retention of existing timber clad building for agricultural storage use and removal of two existing storage structures – Cherry Tree Farm, Cowley Lane, Holmesfield. Conditional permission;

Crown reduce beech tree – 1 Forth Avenue, Dronfield Woodhouse. Conditional permission;

Retention of existing manege including changes in levels, parking areas, fencing and lighting – Syda Grange, Longside Road, Holymoorside. Refused;

Conversion and extension of existing vacant barn to form ancillary accommodation – Brandery Stones, Main Road, Wadshelf. Conditional permission;

Change of use of land for retention of a residential caravan and veranda – Caravan at Skeggerleg Farm, Back Lane, Brackenfield. Conditional permission.

Green light for hotel tea-room plan

Latest planning applications submitted to Bolsover Council:

Two-storey extension to family home to create additional bedroom and living space – Highfield House, Marlpit Lane, Bolsover;

Removal of hedges, proposed boundary walls built to same height as removed hedges – 116 The Hill, Glapwell;

Single-storey side extension and internal alternations – 265 Creswell Road, Clowne;

Two-storey dwelling – 183 Shuttlewood Road, Bolsover;

Four detached dwellings with integral garages and off-street parking – 4 Broad Place, Hodthorpe;

Detached dwelling – Land adjacent 23 The Hamlet, South Normantonp;

Extensions to side and rear of dwelling and rendering to existing walls – 24 Cornfield Avenue, Broadmeadows, South Normanton,

Removal of 14.3m of tree and hedge in order put a gated access into the field – Land south of Hillcrest, Alfreton Road, Westhouses;

Games room attached to existing outbuilding – 1 Park Road, Shirebrook.

Latest planning applications decided by Bolsover Council:

Change of use of hotel offices to a food retail and preparation area at ground floor and with a tea room at first floor – Hotel Van Dyk, Worksop Road, Clowne. Conditional permission;

Change of use from office to dental practice, installation of roller shutters to the front elevation and main street side elevation and installation of lockable bin store to rear – 2A Main Street, Shirebrook. Conditional permission;

Non-projecting aluminium tray sign panel with digitally printed and laminated graphic face on principal elevation – 2 Pinxton Lane, South Normanton. Conditional permission;

Garage and garden wall/fence – 31 Water Lane, South Normanton. Conditional permission;

Change of use of residential dwelling to mixed-use residential and occupational health clinic, replacement front boundary wall, driveway block paving – 2 Pinxton Lane, South Normanton. Conditional permission;

Alter, repair and extend the lodge together with demolition of internal walls and partitions – 3 Park Street, Barlborough. Conditional permission;

Single-storey side extension – South Lodge, 3 Park Street, Barlborough. Conditional permission;

Shop front repairs – 217 Station Road, Shirebrook. No objections.

Boarding kennels given go-ahead

Latest planning applications decided by Derbyshire Dales Council:

Lean-to agricultural storage building – Owslow Farm, Ashbourne Road, Carsington. Prior approval not required;

First-floor extension to side of dwelling – 9 High Tor Road, Matlock. Conditional permission;

Garage – 61 The Green Road, Ashbourne. Approved;

Three heat pump units to eastern elevation – Scarthin Books of Cromford, Scarthin, Cromford. Refused;

Decking to corner of garden – The Sycamores, Riber Road, Starkholmes, Matlock.

Rear first-floor extension and single-storey side extension – 1 Greenway, Ashbourne. Approved;

Erection of stables/storage building – The Old Vicarage, Hall Lane, Shirley. Conditional permission;

Single-storey rear extension – 28 Cromford Road, Wirksworth. Conditional permission;

Replacement windows to principal elevation – The Green Hall, Ashbourne Green, Ashbourne. Conditional permission;

Mansard roof loft conversion – 70 Jackson Road, Matlock. Refused;

Two-storey side extension – 14 Beech Walk, Cromford. Conditional permission;

Single-storey front extension – Montrose, Derby Road, Wirksworth. Approved;

Demolition of outbuilding, works to exterior wall and levelling and re-flagging of courtyard – Derwent House, 5 Knowleston Place, Matlock. Conditional permission;

Extension of cemetery and associated infrastructure and landscaping works – Land north of Steeple Arch Cemetery, Wirksworth. Approved;

Raised terrace to rear – 18 The Green Road, Ashbourne. Approved;

New signage scheme – Wardmans (Matlock), Haarlem Mill, Derby Road, Wirksworth. Conditional permission;

Change of use of former cow sheds to dog boarding kennels – White Meadow Farm, Moor Lane, Osmaston. Conditional permission.

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