Pub plans beer garden and changes to drive-thru Chesterfield restaurant design – but what other developments are planned near you in Derbyshire?

Extensions, homes and work to trees are among the dozens of planning applications submitted and decided in north Derbyshire in the last seven days.

Monday, 29th March 2021, 3:14 pm

Here are the latest submitted and decided planning applications for the week commencing Monday, March 22, 2021.

Latest planning applications submitted to Chesterfield Council:

Fenced area to rear service yard to create outdoor seating area with covered pergola – The Walton Dam Nation, 5 Breckland Road, Walton.

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Crown reduction of 88 lombardy poplar trees – Rear boundary of Pomegranate Road, Chesterfield;

Crown reduction of ash tree – 9 Hucknall Avenue, Loundsley Green;

Single-storey sunroom to rear of existing dwelling – 35 Church Street, South Birdholme;

Single-storey rear extension and new roof light to side elevation – 27 Tennyson Avenue, Chesterfield;

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

Single-storey extension to the front elevation and conversion of the existing garage to living accommodation – 6 Tansley Way, Inkersall;

Single-storey rear extension – 128 Peveril Road, Newbold;

Two-storey side extension – 10 Endowood Road, Somersall;

Variation of landscaping and planting schedule conditions regarding demolition of existing garages and erection of six self-contained, single-storey complex behavioural bungalows and six self-contained, assisted living apartments – Garage sites, Bank Street, Chesterfield.

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Minor alterations to drive-thru restaurant plans

Latest planning applications decided by Chesterfield Council:

Non-material amendment to erection of freestanding, two-storey restaurant with drive-thru to make minor alterations to the elevations – Former car park, West Bars, Chesterfield. Approved;

Reduce height of one maple and four birth trees – Church of Annunciation, Spencer Street, Chesterfield. Approved;

Crown lift and removal of dead wood on seven trees – Approach road to Hunters Walk, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Work to trees – St Peter & St Paul School, Hady Hill, Hady. Conditional permission;

Coppice overhanging trees and plant minimum of 25 hawthorn bushes along bank – 44 Marine Drive, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Demolition of outbuilding and erection of single-storey extension to the rear of dwelling – 97 Calow Lane, Hasland. Prior approval not required;

Ground-floor rear single-storey extension to form vestibule – 4A Allsops Place, Chesterfield. Prior approval not required;

Discharge surface water drainage condition regarding to change of use from office to residential, 30 apartments over three floors and internal alterations to listed building – Knightsbridge Court, Ground Floor Office, 6 West Bars, Chesterfield. Approved;

Single storey side and rear extension, and improvements to front elevation – 20 Aspley Close, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Single-storey rear extension – 556 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Demolition of existing conservatory and erection of single-storey rear extension – 91 Newbold Back Lane, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Variation of approved plans condition regarding refurbishment of existing unit and proposed new warehouse – Denka UK, Broombank Road, Chesterfield Trading Estate. Conditional permission;

Discharge of materials, owl/kestrel box and site investigation conditions regarding refurbishment of existing unit and proposed new warehouse – Denka UK, Broombank Road, Chesterfield Trading Estate. Approved;

Discharge of landscaping condition regarding refurbishment of existing unit and proposed new warehouse – Denka UK, Broombank Road, Chesterfield Trading Estate. More information required;

Two-storey extension to front of dwelling, single-storey rear extension and porch to front of property – 2 Matlock Road, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Listed building consent for removal of four existing damaged and rotten windows to front and two to the side and replace with in-keeping traditional wooden cottage windows with traditional iron fittings – 39 Newbold Village, Newbold Road, Newbold. Approved;

External alterations to existing building including external cladding and alteration to fenestration, level access, installation of fire escape and erection of a smoking shelter – CCS Media, New Birdholme House, Derby Road, Birdholme. Conditional permission.

Farm plans new stable block

Latest planning applications submitted to North East Derbyshire Council:

Demolition of existing stable block and erection of new stables and associated buildings, with relocation of manege – Emmett Wood Farm, Swathwick Lane, Wingerworth;

Replacement agricultural building – Morton Lodge Farm, Pilsley Road, Morton;

Agricultural building for shelter and storage – Troway Hall, Main Road, Troway;

Agricultural building to be used as machinery store – Fanshawe Gate Barn, Fanshaw Gate Lane, Holmesfield;

Fell three sycamore trees – 82 Chartwell Avenue, Wingerworth;

Non-material minor amendment to previously approved single-storey front porch – Abbey Croft, Brockwell Lane, Cutthorpe;

Fell ash tree and prune two sycamore trees and various holly bushes – Horsley Gate Old Hall, Horsleygate Lane, Holmesfield;Additional window added to bedroom four of plots one and three, for fire safety and room amenity reasons – Park House Farm, Pilsley Road, Lower Pilsley;

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

Two-storey side extension and single-storey front and rear extensions – 6 Partridge Close, Eckington;

Single-storey side and rear extension with raised decking and balustrade to rear – 103 St Lawrence Road, North Wingfield;

Porch to front – 35 Palmer Crescent, Dronfield;

Demolition of attached garage and construction of a two- storey front/side extension and single-storey extensions to front and rear – 8 Heathfield Close, Dronfield;

Retention of new portal frame agricultural building – Riddings Farm, Hollins, Old Brampton;

Single-storey side and rear extensions – 6 Woodthorpe Avenue, Clay Cross;

Shed for vehicle storage and workshop – 13 Westthorpe Road, Killamarsh;

Single-storey front extension and changes to openings – 52 Little Morton Road, North Wingfield;

Alterations to barn including installation of internal walls supported by an internal timber frame and air source heat pump, to enable use of barn for hobby workshop – Tanyard Farm, Mill Lane, Millthorpe;

Replacement of existing building with an agricultural-type, steel-portal-framed building – Moorhay Plantation, Top Lane, Wadshelf;Single-storey front and rear extensions with a two-storey side extension – 5 Ullswater Drive, Dronfield;

Pruning work to 22 sycamore trees, seven ash trees and three oak trees and crown prune sycamore tree – Hall Farm House, Sutton Lane, Sutton Scarsdale;

Two-storey side extension, two-storey and single-storey rear extension and rendering of existing property – 634 Derby Road, Wingerworth;

Steel shed to the paddock at the rear – High Gate House, Main Road, Holmesfield;

Drive to front of dwelling with associated supporting wall and change in levels – 42 Deerpark Crescent, Wingerworth;

Replacement of existing timber cladding to the external elevation with visually similar composite cladding – Doe Lea Stables, Main Road, Troway.

Non-material amendment reflecting minor detailing changes regarding residential development of 98 dwellings – Land south of sports ground, corner of Rupert Street and Hallgate Lane, Pilsley;

Discharge stone sample and mortar mix conditions regarding external masonry repairs, repointing and replacement of external joinery to front elevation – 27 Main Road, Higham;

Discharge of validation and final-stage remediation report conditions regarding demolition of existing bungalow and construction of three, three-bedroom, two-story townhouses – Depot building between 2 and 4 Peveril Road, Eckington;

Discharge tree retention, wildlife mitigation, site storage, access closure, contaminated land and mitigation strategy and biodiversity conditions regarding demolition of two houses and construction of three, two-storey, detached dwellings – 143 Mansfield Road, Hasland;Conversion of loft space into three bedrooms and one bathroom, regarding demolition of existing dwelling and construction of a replacement dwelling and detached garage – Brooklands, Pighills Lane, Coal Aston.

Green light for 34-home development

Latest planning applications decided by North East Derbyshire Council:

Residential development of 34 dwellings – Land opposite 24-44 Clay Lane, Clay Cross. Conditional permission;

Non-material amendment to reduce woodchip turnout area, regarding extension to existing woodchip turnout area – Ruardean, School Lane, Brackenfield. Approved;

Single-storey outbuilding – 70 Church Street, Eckington. Not required;

Fell conifer – 172 Carr Lane, Dronfield Woodhouse. No objection;

Prune ash tree – 2 Sloade Lane, Ridgeway.

Single-storey rear extension – 4 Well Lane, Higham; Approved;

Prune ash tree – Woodside, Sloade Lane, Ridgeway. No objection;

Demolition of conservatory and construction of two-storey, timber-clad extension with Juliet balcony to rear – Quarry Farm, Alton Hill, Alton. Conditional permission;

Change of use from shop to dwelling – 232 North Wingfield Road, Grassmoor. Conditional permission;

Change of use from a domestic dwelling to a holiday let – Perkins Cottage, Badger Lane, Woolley Moor. Approved;

Two-storey extension to the rear – 166 Queen Victoria Road, New Tupton. Conditional permission;

Single-storey rear extension – 71 Adlington Avenue, Wingerworth. Conditional permission;

Remove conservatory and decking and replace with a single-storey rear extension – 1 Wingfield Close, Dronfield Woodhouse. Approved;

Single storey rear in-fill extension to join existing annexe to main house; erection of front porch; alterations to balustrade on front balcony – 1 Hilltop Road, Dronfield. Conditional permission;

Single-storey extension at first-floor level over existing garage – 87 Ravencar Road, Eckington. Conditional permission;

Single-storey rear and side extension to extend existing kitchen and form a new garage – 2 Birchen Close, Dronfield Woodhouse. Conditional permission;

Demolition of existing garage and store and erection of single-storey front and side extension – 14 Crofton Rise, Dronfield. Conditional permission;

Single-storey extension to rear – 61 Birkinstyle Lane, Shirland. Conditional permission;

Single garage to side and new driveway – 1 Ivyside Gardens, Killamarsh. Refused;

Part demolition of existing rear extension and demolition of garage and construction of a two-storey side extension, ground floor side/rear extension, canopy over proposed garage front and two-storey front extension –

168 Longcroft Road, Dronfield Woodhouse. Conditional permission;

Open-fronted storage building within existing informal storage area – William Lee, Callywhite Lane, Dronfield. Conditional permission;

Single-storey side extension to rear and side of existing dwelling – 16 Southwood Avenue, Dronfield. Conditional permission;

Three camping pods on campsite field – Campsite, Moorhay Farm, High Lane, Wigley. Refused;

Extension to existing covered canopy – Holland House, Furnace Hill Road, Clay Cross. Conditional permission;

Garage – Garage site, Loundes Road, Unstone. Conditional permission;

Conversion of outbuilding to holiday cottage – Yew Tree Farm, Mickley Lane, Stretton. Conditional permission;

Single-storey side and rear extension – 43 Deerpark Crescent, Wingerworth. Conditional permission;

Single-storey detached dwelling with rooms in the roof – Land adjacent 81 Little Morton Road, North Wingfield. Conditional permission;

Front porch – 18 Windwhistle Drive, Grassmoor. Conditional permission;

Retention of retaining wall and tarmac driveway – Barrack House, Barrack Road, Apperknowle. Conditional permission;

Demolition of extension and development of new extension – 122 Sheffield Road, Killamarsh. Conditional permission;

Non-material amendment to change timber windows to aluminium, regarding change of use from an agricultural building to two dwellings – Top Farm, Ash Lane, Summerley; Approved;

Discharge site investigation and remediation works regarding conversion of barn into dwelling with single-storey side extension – Summerley Farm, Summerley Lower Road, Apperknowle. Approved;

Discharge of original and finished ground levels and landscaping conditions regarding installation of two telecommunications equipment containers – Jordanthorpe Parkway, Dronfield. Approved;

Discharge finished land contours, planting and seeding schedule, biodiversity, landscape and ecological management plan, tree and hedgerow protection measures, access, footpath link and drainage, parking and turning area and litter picking and waste management conditions regarding cf use of land from agriculture to a natural burial ground – Land south of cricket ground, High Street, Apperknowle. Approved;

Vary affordable housing condition regarding residential development – Land north-west of 66 Stretton Road, Morton. Conditional permission;

Non-material amendment to change natural stone specification to front elevation regarding alterations to existing dwelling, demolition of outbuilding, erection of detached house and erection of garage – 4A Bright Street, North Wingfield. Approved;

Retention of existing roof line 250mm higher than approved regarding raising of roof height to create a first-floor extension and rooms in the roofspace with balcony and relocation of office studio in front garden – Betron, Main Road, Cutthorpe. Conditional permission;

Discharge of levels, materials, boundaries, parking and refuse collection and storage conditions regarding construction of detached, two-bedroom bungalow– 17 Green Lea, Dronfield Woodhouse. Approved.

Works planned to Sudbury Hall Great Stair

Latest planning applications sumitted to Derbyshire Dales Council:

Non-material amendment, alterations to roller-shutter door sizes and locations, alteration to personal doors and unit dividing wall locations, introduce a step in finished floor level between units two and three – Wellington Place, Blenheim Road Airfield Industrial Estate, Ashbourne.

Latest planning applications decided by Derbyshire Dales Council:

Repair and strengthening of Great Stair – Sudbury Hall, Main Road, Sudbury. Conditional permission;

Fell all ash trees in indicated area because of ash die back – Land to the west of Town End, Pingle, Middleton Road, Wirksworth. Conditional permission;

Repollard two lime trees – 7 Rutland Street, Matlock. Conditional permission;

Single storey side extension – 6 Maple Drive, Ashbourne. Conditional permission;

Forestry building for the storage of logs and machinery – Land off B5035, Kniveton. Conditional permission;

Two-storey side extension – The Barns, Main Street, Hognaston. Conditional permission;

Hardwood door closure frame to front doors – 1-4 Gells Flats, Church Walk, Wirksworth. Conditional permission;

Addition of brick-facing walls to outbuilding – Willows Cottage, Waldley Lane, Waldley. Approved

Removal of conservatory and erection of replacement single-storey extension – Dove Villa, Doveridge. Conditional permission;

Two-storey side and single-storey rear and side extension – 7 The Crescent, Shirley. Conditional permission;

Extension and alterations to dwelling an detached garage – Rivelin, Trough Lane, Hulland Village. Conditional permission;

Dwellinghouse with garage and car port – Willow Bank, Main Street, Kniveton. Conditional permission;

Single and two-storey side and rear extensions – Little Headlow Fields, Windmill Lane, Snelston. Conditional permission;

Single and two-storey extensions and detached garage with office/studio above alterations to dwelling house, demolition of agricultural building and incorporation of agricultural land into residential curtilage – Holly Farm, Virginsalley Lane, Snelston. Conditional permission;

Demolition of existing dwelling and garage/workshop and erection of replacement dwelling and detached garage – Molyneux, Mill Lane, Roston. Refused.Dwelling and boundary wall – 20 Rise End, Middleton-by-Wirksworth. Conditional permission;

Agricultural building for housing livestock and the storage of machinery, equipment and fodder – Land adjacent to Woodland View, Mercaston Lane, Mercaston. Conditional permission;

Discharge of window materials and first-floor boarding materials condition regarding internal and external alterations – Topshill Barn, Topshill Lane, Kirk Ireton. Conditional permission;

Discharge of construction details and paint colour condition regarding replacement windows – Weavers Cottage, North Street, Cromford. Approved;

Discharge of lighting and building compound conditions regarding change of use and conversion of barn to dwelling house – Barn adjacent to Waldley Farm, Waldley Lane, Waldley, Approved.

Discharge of parking, appropriate materials, obscure glazing, landscaping and surface water conditions regarding erection of dwelling – Land to the west of Field House, Starth Lane, Tansley. Approved;

Discharge of timber cladding colour, bat and bird box and lighting conditions regarding replacement barn – Bow Wood House, Lea Road, Lea Bridge. Approved;

Modification of planning contribution agreement to amend the wording of the affordable housing provision definition – Land off Millers Green, Wirksworth. Approved.

Plans to change office into dental practice

Latest planning applications submitted to Bolsover Council:

Two-bedroom bungalow – 49 Victoria Street, South Normanton;

Dwelling – 3 Welbeck Villas, Welbeck Road, Bolsover;

Prune willow tree – 40 Elmton Road, Creswell;

Change of use from office to dental practice – 2A Main Street, Shirebrook;

Replace existing timber frame windows and door and to install wooden gates to top of driveway. – 12 Hangar Hill, Whitwell;

Single-storey side extension and entrance gates with personnel door and fencing – The Menage, Chesterfield Road, Hardstoft;Change of use from retail to dwellinghouse – 192 Station Road, Shirebrook;

Change of use of land for the keeping of horses for recreational purposes, menage and erection of stable, hay store and building for tack, feed and tractor store – 157 Alfreton Road, South Normanton;

Change of use of residential dwelling to mixed-use residential and occupational health clinic and non-projecting aluminium tray sign panel with digitally printed and laminated graphic face on principal elevation – 2 Pinxton Lane, South Normanton;

New garage and garden wall/fence – 31 Water Lane, South Normanton;

Agricultural building – Triangle of land encompased by Clowne Road and Mill Lane, Stanfree;

Changes to position of plot 215 due to proximity of existing hedgerow, alteration to drive of plot 56 and boundary to adjacent 66 regarding erection of 13 houses and three bungalows – Land off Langwith Road and Mooracre Lane, Bolsover;

Minor amendment to single-storey extension to side and rear – 20 Pinxton Lane, South Normanton;

Minor amendment to erection of car port/outbuilding – Castle Hill Farm, Walls Lane, Whitwell Common;

Variation of site layout, noise impact assessment, construction environmental management plan, biodiversity plan and colours of equipment and structures conditions regarding installation of an energy storage system – Land north-east of Newton Wood Farm, Newtonwood Lane, Newton;

Discharge of roof materials and external walls materials conditions regarding conversion of existing store for study, living room and downstairs bathroom – Elm Tree Farm, Main Road, Elmton;

Discharge of materials condition of one-bedroom bungalow – 25 Bentinck Drive, Clowne.

Cafe plans extension

Latest planning applications decided by Bolsover Council:

Discharge of archeological investigation condition regarding residential development for up to 20 dwellings – Land to the rear of Hollycroft, Long Lane, Shirebrook. Approved;

Single-storey side extensions to existing cafe – Bonjour Cafe, Speetley Equestrian Centre, Worksop Road, Barlborough. Withdrawn;

Works to ash and sycamore trees – Boucher House, Huthwaite Lane, Old Blackwell. Approved;

Single-storey extension – 23 The Hill, Glapwell. Prior approval not required;

Work to silver birch tree – Brookside, Hawking Lane, Stainsby. Approved;

Work to six lime trees and a poplar tree – Old Hall, Cragg Lane, Newton. Approved;

Extension and alterations to house, comprising alterations to the existing roof with an increased eaves height, reconfigured windows and application of external render – 8 Castle Lane, Bolsover. Conditional permission;

External wall insulation and render fitted – 22 Brookbank Road, Clowne. Conditional permission;

Creation of vehicular access and hardstanding – 132 Langwith Road, Langwith Junction. Conditional permission;

Loft Conversion to form bedroom – Dovecote Cottage, Steetley Farm, Steetley Lane, Steetley. Conditional permission;

Two-storey rear extension to form additional bedrooms for children and single-storey side extension to form garage for storage – 47 Victoria Road, Pinxton. Conditional permission;

Two-storey side extension – 20 Poppyfields, Clowne. Withdrawn;

Garden room and boundary wall – 4 Claylands Farm, Claylands Road, Whitwell. Conditional permission;

Extension of dwelling via conversion of attached ancillary building – Belph Grange, Mansfield Road, Belph. Conditional permission;

Double garage – Border Farm, Border Lane, Clowne. Conditional permission;

Discharge of archaeology report, surface water drainage, land contamination) and access junction conditions regarding 10 dwellings including two barn conversions and eight new dwellings – Land between 11 and 19 Back Lane, Palterton; Approved;

Change of use to incorporate amenity land and erection of brick wall – 2 Ferndown Drive, Tibshelf. Conditional permission.

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