Shop conversions, home extensions and a solar farm among latest North Derbyshire planning applications – here’s what is planned near where you live

Shop conversions, home extensions and a solar farm are just some of the planning applications submitted across north Derbyshire

Wednesday, 5th May 2021, 12:30 pm

Here are the latest planning applications submitted and decided in North Derbyshire, for the week commencing Monday, April 26:

Latest planning applications submitted to Chesterfield Council:

Single-storey, single room, recreational outbuilding – 29 Gilbert Avenue, Walton.

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Home extensions are among a number of new planning applications.

Latest planning applications decided by Chesterfield Council:

Single storey sunroom to rear of existing dwelling – 35 Church Street South, Birdholme. Prior approval not required;

Single-storey rear extension – 128 Peveril Road, Newbold. Prior approval not required;

Raising of roof height and replacement of existing flat-roofed section with a raised pitched roof and raised chimney – 7 Newbold Drive, Newbold. Withdrawn;

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

Dormer window to front house elevation on first floor above garage – 176 Somersall Lane, Somersall. Conditional permission;

Detached garage – 22 Ling Road, Walton. Conditional permission;

Demolition of existing garage and stores and erection of replacement single storey side extension, front porch extension, single storey rear extension and raising of roof to provide a second floor bedroom and en suite –

42 Ralph Road, Staveley. Refused;

Variation of demolition of existing single-storey rear extension and change of use from offices into two residential dwellings to amend layout of scheme to remove parking spaces and provide garden space – 160-162 Derby Road, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Single-storey side extension for garage and store – 2 Green Glen, Chesterfield. Conditional permission;

Single-storey extensions to each side of existing annexe and conversion and incorporation of garage into part of the annexe – 219 Hady Hill, Hady. Conditional permission;

Alterations to dwelling – 21 Norbriggs Road, Woodthorpe. Conditional permission;

Convert existing first-floor vacant floor to flat from office use – Apartment at 22-24 Corporation Street, Chesterfield. Withdrawn.

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Latest planning applications submitted to North East Derbyshire Council:

Single-storey extension to existing grain store/agricultural implement shed – Hall Farm, Sutton Lane, Sutton Scarsdale;

Solar farm for a period of 40 years – Land to south Of B6025 and east of sewage works, Chesterfield Road, Shirland;

Two-storey side extension with single-storey rear element and front porch extension with internal alterations – 11 Fern Lea, Shirland;

First-floor side extension and single-storey rear extension – 6 Acer Close, Killamarsh.

Curtain wall/window replacement to specific areas of the existing building including the pool hall – Eckington Swimming Pool, Gosber Street, Eckington;

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

Proposed loft conversion with two front dormers, rear dormer, and hips converted to gables, single-storey rear extension – 95 Windsor Drive, Wingerworth;

Conversion of garage to habitable room – 127 Masefield Avenue, Holmewood;

Single-storey rear extension – Renview, 40A Ridgeway Moor, Ridgeway;

First-floor extension above garage – 2 Shireoaks Road, Dronfield;

Single-storey rear extension and front porch – 16 Stead Street, Eckington;

Change of use of land to equestrian use and the retention of field shelter – Animal Shelter, Hagg Hill, New Tupton;

Barn, new link road connecting car parks, pedestrian walkway, compound areas, sheep racing area, picnic area, childrens play area and relocation of ferret racing area – Matlock Farm Park, Jaggers Lane, Darley Moor.

Housing plan for kennels withdrawn

Latest planning applications decided by North East Derbyshire Council:

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

Fell four sycamore trees – 82 Chartwell Avenue, Wingerworth. Conditional permission;

Conversion of integral garage to a habitable room – 41 Stubley Drive, Dronfield Woodhouse. Conditional permission;

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

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

Single-storey outbuilding to rear – 70 Church Street, Eckington. Conditional permission;

Raise the roof and add front and rear-facing dormers to create rooms in the roof – 82 Davids Drive, Wingerworth. Conditional permission;

Single-storey and two-storey rear extension and changes to openings – Highfield House, Beresford Lane, Woolley Moor. Conditional permission;

Alterations to barn including installation of internal walls to enable use of barn for hobby workshop – Tanyard Farm, Mill Lane, Millthorpe. Conditional permission;

Demolish kennels and redevelop site for seven, four-bedroom dwellings with associated access and landscaping – Calagran Four Paws Hotel and Quarantine, Deepsick Lane, Arkwright Town. Withdrawn;

Repositioning of the main entrance to the front car park away from the corner of Opal Street and the addition of a non structural/ fixed drinking area to the front – The Three Cottages, 229 Mansfield Road, Hasland. Conditional permission;

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

Timber-framed barn for the storage of implements, hay seed and wildflower hay bales – Charlestown, Jaggers Lane, Darley Moor. Conditional permission;

Conversion of loft space into three bedrooms and bathroom – Brooklands, Pighills Lane, Coal Aston. Conditional permission;

Porch and detached building incorporating garage, playroom and office – Willow Cottage, Mill Lane, Barlow. Conditional permission;

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

Detached double garage with stairs to storage in attic space – 2 Ashmore Avenue, Eckington. Conditional permission;

Change of use from offices to dwellinghouses – 117 High Street, Clay Cross. Approved;

Demolish a derelict barn and replace with block of four stables – The Orchard, 120 Upperthorpe Road, Killamarsh. Conditional permission.


Nursery eyes security boost

Latest planning applications submitted to Bolsover Council:

Single-storey extension to the rear – 149 Recreation Road, Shirebrook;

Single-storey extension – 119 The Woodlands, Whaley Thorns;

Single-storey extension to the rear – 34 Mill Lane, Bolsover;

Single-storey extension from the side of the semi-detached property to form a 'wraparound' single-storey extension – 131 Sough Road, South Normanton;

Two/three-storey dwelling – 9 Barley Croft, Broadmeadows, Pinxton;

Two-storey side extension with room in roof and single-storey rear extension – 21 North Street, Pinxton;

Nursery entrance building to improve on-site security and plant sales area – Dale Nursery, Worksop Road, Whitwell Common;

Ground-floor extension to front – DSW Factors, Mansfield Road, Creswell;

Roof terrace above single-storey rear extension – 71 Langwith Road, Langwith Junction;

Single-storey extension – 106 The Hill, Glapwell;

Extensions, front and rear, reduce size of existing garage, alter windows add stone head and cills and new roof – The Beeches, 5A Church Street, Barlborough.

Green light for stable plan

Latest planning applications decided by Bolsover Council:

Alterations to front elevation and internal alterations – 17 Birchen Holme, Broadmeadows, South Normanton. No objections;

Agricultural storage building – Cinders Farm, Gipsyhill Lane, Whitwell. Prior approval not required;

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

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. Conditional permission;

Single-storey extension to rear – 4 Michaels Meadow, South Normanton. Conditional permission;

Minor pruning to lift lower crowns of trees over the neighbouring boundary to the south and fell three Norway maple trees to ground level – 11 Croft View, Clowne. Conditional permission;

Outbuilding and double garage – 91 Field Drive, Shirebrook. Conditional permission;

Development of existing three-bedroom domestic property into two three-bedroom dwellings and erection of single-storey rear extension – 97 New Lane, Hilcote. Withdrawn;

Dwelling and garage – 1 Park Road, Shirebrook. Conditional permission;

Industrial unit – Erewash Garage, Kirkby Lane, Pinxton. Conditional permission;

Two-storey dwelling – 183 Shuttlewood Road, Bolsover. Withdrawn.

Apartments plan for shop space

Latest planning applications submitted to Derbyshire Dales Council:

Non-material amendment, extension to garage to be added to the east as opposed to the previously approved west of the garage – The Knob, Pinfold Lane, Bradley.

Latest planning applications decided by Derbyshire Dales Council:

Agricultural storage building – The Hawthorns, Ashleyhay Lane, Ashleyhay. Prior approval not required;

Fell ash and Norway spruce trees, crown reduce beech and hawthorn trees – Hodgkinsons Hotel, 150 South Parade, Matlock Bath. Withdrawn;

Removal of two ash trees – Weavers Cottages, Smuse Lane, Matlock. Conditional permission;

Fell weeping ash tree – Car park, Cavendish Apartments, Cavendish Road, Matlock. Conditional permission;

Front extension to form porch – 36 Mornington Rise, Matlock. Approved;

Appearance, landscaping, layout and scale of agricultural worker’s dwelling – Land south of barn, Virginsalley Lane, Snelston. Conditional permission;

Remove six trees and two yew shrubs, crown reduce apple tree, crown lift two maple trees – Green Farm, Green Lane, Hognaston. Conditional permission;

Stairway to provide access to syphon kiosk – Syphon Outlet, Holt Wood, Hackney. Conditional permission;

Timber garden office – 27 Rise End, Middleton-by-Wirksworth. Refused;

Relocation of farm access – Chapel Farm, Mercaston Lane, Mercaston. Conditional permission;

Siting of temporary building – Ben Bennett Jr Transport yard, Longcliffe, Brassington. Approved;

Retention of agricultural storage building – Land to west of Sides Lane, Snelston. Conditional permission;

Change of use of upper floors from retail to nine apartments with retention of retail areas on ground/part first floor – 19 St John Street, Ashbourne. Conditional permission;

Extension to existing agricultural building – Pearl Bank Farm, Pearl Bank, Marston Montgomery. Approved;

Garage on front driveway – 6 Websters Terrace, Matlock Green, Matlock. Conditional permission.

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