Home extensions, riding areas and garage conversions planned in north Derbyshire – but what developments are taking place near you?

They are among the latest planning applications across north Derbyshire.

Monday, 12th April 2021, 10:17 am

Here are the latest submitted and decided planning applications for the week commencing Monday, April 5, 2021.

Latest planning applications submitted to Chesterfield Council:

Ground-floor rear extension including proposed raised terrace also provision of raised base to accomodate new garden shed – 18 Booker Close, Inkersall.

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Latest planning applications decided by Chesterfield Council:

Discharge biodiversity condition regarding removal of existing roof to rear of farmhouse and replacement higher roof with raised eaves level and access ramp – Dunston Hole Farm, unnamed road accessing Dunston Hall and Hole Farm, Chesterfield. Approved;

Ground-floor extension to rear elevation – 31 Hollingwood Crescent, Hollingwood. Prior approval not required;

Single-storey replacement garage – 12 Enfield Road, Newbold. Conditional permission;

Many homeowners have submitted applications seeking permission to extend their property after months of lockdown.
Many homeowners have submitted applications seeking permission to extend their property after months of lockdown.

Non-illuminated slim frame flex face – Unit 1, Lordsmill Street, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Three fascia signs, one branded vinyl, one branded parasols, one branded fabric barrier – Markham Retail Park, Markham Road, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Single-storey garage extension to side of dwelling and relocation of replacement two-metre fence to outer edge of boundary – 2 Sunningdale Rise, Walton. Conditional permission;

Single-storey side and rear extension – 83 Manor Road, Brampton. Conditional permission;

Home extensions are proving popular as people react to spending months in lockdown at home with a desire for home improvements.

Raising roof height to accommodate room in roof space – 1 Fallowfield Road, New Whittington. Refused.

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Latest planning applications submitted to North East Derbyshire Council:

Home extensions are among a number of new planning applications.

Fell and prune trees – 53 Main Road, Higham;

Agricultural building – Spitewinter Farm, Matlock Road, Spitewinter;

Agricultural buliding – Ashjen, Seanor Lane, Lower Pilsley;

Non-material amendment regarding combining numbers 68 and 70 into one dwelling with demolition of rear porch and construction of a single-storey rear extension, two-storey side extension, for the installation of an additional velux roof window on the rear roof slope of the two-storey side extension – 70 Main Road, Ridgeway;

Tip back crown overhanging roof by 1.5m – Land between 6 and 8 Gables Close, Holmewood;

Single-storey rear extension – 40 Birch Close, Killamarsh;

Replacement of shed with home office – Adamfield House, Fox Lane, Holmesfield;

Single-storey rear extension – 78 St Lawrence Road, North Wingfield;

Single-storey rear extension – 1 Almond Close, Calow;

Non-material amendment regarding two-storey, three-bedroom detached dwelling for replacement of lounge window with patio door of corresponding width – Manor Farm Mews, Chesterfield Road, Duckmanton;

Single-storey rear extension – 17 The Poplars, Main Road, Cutthorpe;

Discharge slates/fixings samples, stone sample and mortar mix condition regarding rebuild of chimneys, removal of existing timber extension to the rear with construction of new single-storey rear extension – 28 Main Road, Higham;

Prune one holly and one ash tree – 1 Lea Road, Dronfield;

Five internally illuminated fascia signs – Unit 3, Carnworth Drive, Clay Cross;

Vary condition regarding temporary car park so approval is granted from May 1, 2021, for five months – Land between bypass and rear of 109-247 Mansfield Road, Hasland;

Change of agricultural buildings to a dwellinghouse – Ramshaw Farm, Windmill Lane, Hundall, Apperknowle;

Conversion of a garage to a habitable room – 41 Stubley Drive, Dronfield Woodhouse;

Retention of wooden stable block – Land west of 6 Thorpe Avenue, Coal Aston;

Single-storey rear extension – 2 Brook Close, Holymoorside;

Two-storey side extension to form garage with bedroom and living space – The Old School House, Barrack Road, Apperknowle;

First-floor extension over existing garage – The Birches, Sutton Spring Wood, Calow;

Demolish existing double garage and workshop and erect new timber garage and workshop with home office over – 16 Town End, Shirland;

Vary approved plans condition regarding four, four-bedroom, detached dwellings with garages – Land to the rear of Hamhill Close and 14-19 John Street, accessed from Station Road, Hepthorne Lane, North Wingfield;

One-and-a-half-storey side extension, rear-facing dormer window to facilitate loft conversion, single-storey rear extension, additional openings and front porch – Ashlea, Seanor Lane, Lower Pilsley;

Replace ‘jet cowl’ type vertical discharge kitchen extract ventilation flue with new 'mushroom cowl' type roof-mounted plate fan – Barley Mow Inn, Langer Lane, Wingerworth;

Two-storey side extension – 8 Laurel Close, Eckington;

Demolition of garage and replacement with two-storey side and rear extension including balcony and loft conversion – 25 Birkinstyle Lane, Shirland;

Single and two-storey rear extension – 49 Holmley Lane, Dronfield;

Twenty by 40m riding area for private use – Innisfree, Walton Back Lane, Walton;

Use of holiday home for more than six residents – Hagg Hill Hall, Hagg Hill, New Tupton;

Portal-framed, general purpose agricultural building – Village Logs, Johnnygate Lane, Barlow Front porch extension – 10 Pinfold Close, Holymoorside;

Single-storey outbuilding – 70 Church Street, Eckington;

Removal of tree – 5A Cross Lane, Coal Aston;

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

Conversion of existing light industrial unit to three-bedroom dwelling house with integral workshop and juliet balcony – The Barn, Allen Lane, Tansley;

Crown reduce oak tree – 18 Balmoral Crescent, Dronfield Woodhouse;

Demolition of conservatory and car port and erection of attached garage to side, raising of roof height to form living space at first-floor level, creation of front bay window, new entrance and alteration to openings – 1 Firthwood Close, Coal Aston;

Two-storey side and front extension – 1 Firthwood Road, Coal Aston;

Single-storey side extension replacing existing attached outbuildings on the annexe – The Pines, Marsh Avenue, Dronfield;

Dismantle, widen and rebuild lychgate to allow new vehicular access – The Old Church, Westfield Lane, Middle Handley;

Two-storey rear extension and dormer window, porch, new openings and render to front – 29 Longedge Lane, Wingerworth;

Single-storey dwelling at land to east – 258 Sheffield Road, Unstone;

Retention of use of café and proposed extensions and external alterations to café at Lakeside Café – Lakeside Cafe, Fishing Ponds, Keepers Lane, Barlow;

New stable building, including access track and excavation to create level site – Birley Farm, Birley Road, Birley;

Extension to side of house to create garage with music room over – Oakwood, Stretton Road, Clay Cross;

Change of use of domestic garage to business use as beauty salon – 1 Antcliff Gardens, Lower Pilsley;

Change of use of beer garden to campsite – The Sitwell Arms, Main Road, Morton;

Confirm existing occupation of dwellinghouse is lawful – 6A Bridge Street, Killamarsh;

Crown reduction of beech tree – 1 Forth Avenue, Dronfield Woodhouse;

Single-storey wooden shed to rear – 4 Orchard View, North Wingfield;

Chalet – Butterley Farm Bungalow, Butterley Lane, Ashover;

Pollard trees – 23 Woodview Close, Wingerworth;

First-floor side extension over existing car port – 101 Deerlands Road, Wingerworth;

Confirm proposed occupation of dwellinghouse is lawful – 171 Mansfield Road, Hasland.

Lift plan at Overton Hall given go-ahead

Latest planning applications decided by North East Derbyshire Council:

Agricultural building for shelter and storage – Troway Hall, Main Road, Troway. Approval of details required;

Agricultural building to be used as machinery store – Fanshawe Gate Barn, Fanshaw Gate Lane, Holmesfield. Approval of details required;

Single-storey side and rear extension, garage conversion and the provision of additional parking – 34 Stubley Drive, Dronfield Woodhouse. Withdrawn;

Internal works including lift, new WC and cloakroom, addition of en suite in bedroom and new rear access – West Wing, Overton Hall, Coach Road, Overton. Conditional permission;

Regularise detached domestic garage and store – High Field Farm, Bage Hill, Holymoorside. Approved;

Two-storey side and single-storey rear extensions – 23 Melbourne Avenue, Dronfield Woodhouse. Conditional permission;

Combination of side and rear and front single storey extensions to existing property with associated landscaping works – 7 Chaddesden Close, Dronfield Woodhouse. Conditional permission;

Works to sycamore tree – 10 Gables Close, Holmewood. Conditional permission;

Fell sycamore tree – Yew Tree Barn, Loads Road, Holymoorside. Conditional permission;

Single-storey side and rear extension with integral garage – 66 Netherdene Road, Dronfield. Conditional permission;

Discharge of lighting, remediation, storage of plant and materials, landscaping, foul draining and surface drainage conditions regarding erection of industrial units – Unit D, Coney Green Network Centre, Wingfield View, Clay Cross. Further discharge required;

New access – 177 Queen Victoria Road, New Tupton. Conditional permission;

Two four-bed detached dwellings with double detached garages and double detached garage to existing dwelling – 48 Sheffield Road, Killamarsh. Refused;

Window graphics to first floor and one projecting hanging sign – 7C Church Street, Dronfield. Conditional permission;

Two-storey side extension with single-storey lean-to at rear – 33 Smithy Croft, Dronfield Woodhouse. Refused;

Single and two-storey rear extension – 87 Churchside, Hasland. Conditional permission.

Livestock building for fattening lambs refused

Latest planning applications decided by Derbyshire Dales Council:

Discharge new fire surrounds, grates, inserts and hearths details regarding internal and external alterations including new kitchen and rear porch extensions and solar panels – Hinchley Wood House, Mapleton Road, Mapleton. Approved;

Conversion of internal garage and single-storey rear extension – 1 Hawthorn Close, Ashbourne. Approved;

Two-storey rear extension and front dormer with garage conversion – 95 Derby Road, Ashbourne. Approved;

Discharge external stone surfaces condition regarding extensions and erection of polytunnel – High Croft, Chapel Lane, Kniveton. Approved;

Single front extension – 15 Firs Avenue, Hulland Ward. Conditional permission;

Single-storey rear extension – 7 School Rise, Brailsford. Approved;

Rear first-floor extension over existing ground-floor extension – 30 Springfield Avenue, Ashbourne. Conditional permission;

Front extension to facilitate associated conversion of garage to living accommodation – Victoria House, Holme Road, Matlock Bath. Approved;

Single-storey extension – Meadow Bank, 37A Belle Vue Road, Ashbourne. Conditional permission;

Two-storey front and rear extensions, single-storey side extension and new detached garage and store –

Water Beech Cottage, Wenslees, Darley Bridge. Approved;

Timber decking to rear with associated fencing – 12 Portway Drive, Matlock. Refused;

Extension to existing agricultural building – Woodside Farm, Intakes Lane, Turnditch. Approved;mitted

Dwellinghouse – The Beehive, Well Banks, Kirk Ireton. Refused;

Two-storey front and side extension – 2 Hillside Avenue, Ashbourne. Conditional permission;

Discharge of public right of way layout and timescale conditions regarding 200 dwellings and associated works – Land off Old Derby Road, Ashbourne. Approved;

Discharge of public right of way layout and timescale conditions regarding residential development of 151 dwellings – Land off Old Derby Road, Ashbourne. Approved;

Discharge of materials samples condition regarding two-storey/single-storey extensions with balconies and alterations to dwelling – Tinkersley Cottage, Tinkersley, Rowsley. Approved;

Discharge of windows and doors details, fire escape details, noise, works compound, parking and bin storage conditions regarding change of use and conversion of hotel to form six apartments – The Station Hotel, Station Road, Ashbourne. Approved;

Extension to existing garage – Mill Cottage, Grove Lane, Doveridge. Refused;

Stables and associated formation of yard and access track for person equestrian use – Ostrich Farm, Long Lane, Longford. Conditional permission;

Detached carport and log store – Mill Grange, Knabb Road, Two Dales. Approved;

Use of mobile home as temporary agricultural workers home for three years – Land adjacent to Daisy Bank Farm, Longford Lane, Longford. Conditional approval;

Replacement windows – Woodhead Farm, Agnes Meadow Lane, Kniveton. Conditional approval;

Livestock building primarily for lamb fattening – Long Meadows, Smith Hall Lane, Hulland Ward. Refused.

Plan to convert part of garage into living space

Latest planning applications submitted to Bolsover Council:

Two-storey rear extension – 103 Alder Way, Shirebrook;

Detached garage – Old Northern House, Main Street, Shirebrook;

Discharge bin details, streets and construction management conditions regarding development of 950 homes, extra care facility and school – Land between Welbeck Road and Oxcroft Lane, Bolsover;

Conversion of part of garage into living space, leaving the front of house including the garage door unchanged – 21 Nightingale Grove, South Normanton;

Remove epicormic of lime tree to take back to a pollard – 152 Skinner Street, Creswell;

Bungalow with shared double garage to the rear – 85 Moor Lane, Bolsover;

Single-storey rear extension – 15 Hill Fields, South Normanton;

Single-storey side extension – 10 Croft Close, Pinxton;

Approval of reserved matters and appearance condition regarding detached dwelling – 39 Church Drive, Shirebrook;

Single-storey rear extension – 72 Vale Drive, Shirebrook;

Discharge method statement condition regarding erection of industrial building – Unit 16, Sookholme Road, Shirebrook;

Demolish two-storey outbuilding attached to dwelling; rear two-storey extension; rear single-storey extension; alterations to dwelling and erect new part two-storey and part single-storey rear extension with part of single-storey protruding to the side – Church Hill Farm, Cragg Lane, Blackwell;

Replacement garage door, replacement doors to timber clad extension, construction of internal wall to the garage to create a hall/passageway from the garage to the back garden, separate space for gym/storage, removal of french doors with pillar between to create larger opening and installation of bi-fold doors, replacement of french doors and kitchen door – The Barn, Steetley Farm, Steetley Lane, Steetley;

Single-storey extension to kitchen with flat roof to match existing – 47 Bentinck Road, Shuttlewood.

Green light for industrial unit extension

Latest planning applications decided by Bolsover Council:

Alterations to internal layout regarding erection of car port/outbuilding – Castle Hill Farm, Walls Lane, Whitwell Common. Conditional permission;

Portal-framed barn – 5 Back Lane, Glapwell. Conditional permission;

Single-storey extension to the side – 21 Waterloo Close, Hilcote. Conditional permission;

Crown or prune the tree as branches overhang adjoining property – The Clergy House, 6 Mason Street, Whitwell. Withdrawn;

Two-storey side and single-storey rear extension and erection of detached garage – 33 Sheffield Road, Creswell. Conditional permission;

Two-storey rear extension – 1A Park Road, Shirebrook. Conditional permission;

Two-storey side extension – 33 St Lawrence Avenue, Bolsover. Conditional permission;

Fell ash tree – 14 Station Road, Whitwell. Conditional permission;

Replace windows with UPVC heritage windows – 23 High Street, Whitwell. Refused;

Extension to existing industrial unit – 13 Brookhill Road, Pinxton. Conditional permission;

Two accesses off Markland Lane – Markland Farm Buildings, Markland Lane, Clowne. Approved;

Discharge biodiversity enhancement plan and contamination conditions regarding two blocks of six, two-bedroom flats each – Land both sides of the junction with Moor Lane, The Paddock, Bolsover. Approved.

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