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Newark and Sherwood District Council's latest planning applications

By Abigail Hunt

Plans for the relocation of the pit wheel in Edwinstowe have been proposed.

It may be relocated to the land adjacent to the cricket ground at Swinecote Road, by Harworth Group PLC.

Other applications can be seen below.

A round-up of this week's planning applications...
A round-up of this week's planning applications...

Bilsthorpe: Single-story extension to the front of dwelling, at 20 Church Street, by Kay Saunders.

Bleasby: Removal of two garden sheds, insecure open garages and agricultural machine store and proposed side extension, secure attached garages, agricultural machine store and landscaping works to the front of the property, at Gibsmere Grange, by Steve and Lindsay Biddulph.

Bleasby: Ground-floor side extensions, at 10 Manor Close, by Mr Wilson and Mrs Ramsey.

Collingham: Single-storey rear extension, at 1 Drummond Grove, by Nick Edwards.

Collingham: Dormer windows, re-opening of vehicular access, erection of gates and pillars, roofing insulation, laying down hard surfacing (paving) ground-floor window replacements and window repairs, at The Old House 4 Queen Street, by Tracey Means.

Edwinstowe: Variation of condition two attached to planning permission 16/01436/RMAM to amend the approved phase four plot schedule, at land at Rufford Road, by Ian Powell.

Edwinstowe: Relocate storage container and erect screening frame/shelter, at Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre Forest Corner, by Royal Society Of Protection Of Birds.

Edwinstowe: Relocation of the pit wheel, at land adjacent to cricket ground, at Swinecote Road, by Harworth Group PLC.

Elston: 92m of post and three rail fence, at Chapel Field, Old Chapel Lane, by Stuart Favill.

Fiskerton: Demolition of rear extension and construction of new rear extension with decking, at Eagle House, 1 Main Street, by Mr and Mrs Moakes.

Newark: Remove octagon-shaped summerhouse and replace with purpose-built outdoor room to act as an art study and summerhouse, at 2 The Park, by Mr Dean Repper.

Newark: Single-storey front extension, at 30 Clarks Lane, by Mr and Mrs Flintoff.

Newark: Internal alterations to provide better layout for existing six flats, re-pointing of external brickwork, and repair, and make good window frames and doors, at 82 Millgate, by Mr K Roberts.

Newark: Remove condition nine attached to 18/02358/FUL as the chimney needed to be removed to retain structural integrity, at 48 Kirkgate, by TPA-CAW Developments, Mr K Roberts.

Newark: New and replacement signage, at Londis Newark Ltd, 22 Blatherwick Road, by One Stop Stores Ltd.

North Muskham: Single-storey rear extension, side extension and rendering, at 3 Meadow Close, by Mr Connole.

Ollerton: Illuminated top sign and illuminated logo panel, at Spar, Forest Road, by Cardtronics UK Ltd.

Ollerton: Two-storey rear extension, at Ollerton Villa, Station Road, by Mr and Mrs Kaczur.

Rufford: Function suite extension on the footprint of existing marquee, at Rufford Park Golf Centre, by Helen Hagues.

Southwell: Single-storey side extension, dropped kerb and new pedestrian gate to side, at 7 Allenby Road, by chief executive, Castle House.


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