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Newark and Sherwood District Council's latest planning applications

This week's district council planning applications include proposals to develop a new swimming pool.

The plans involve associated changing rooms and plant on the Boughton carpark adjacent to the Dukeries Leisure Centre, at Dukeries Complex, Main Road, by Total Swimming.

Other applications below.

A round-up of this week's planning applications. (6865711)
A round-up of this week's planning applications. (6865711)

Balderton: Front, side and rear extensions, at 4 Longfellow Drive, by G. Stocks.

Barnby-in-the-Willows: Agricultural building (resubmission of 19/01293/FUL) at Moor Farm, Newark Road, by Mr and Mrs Paul Harrison.

Besthorpe: Demolition of existing and rebuilding of conservatory and porch; single-storey extension to outbuildings including raising ridge height and roof windows, at Church Cottage, Low Road, by Mr and Mrs D. Millward.

Besthorpe: Certificate of Lawfulness for proposed single-storey rear extension, at The Shambles, Low Road, by S. Atkin.

Bilsthorpe: 120 two, three and four-bed dwellings and ancillary works, at land off Oldbridge Way, by Matt Jackson.

Boughton: New swimming pool, associated changing rooms and plant on the carpark adjacent to the Dukeries Leisure Centre, at Dukeries Complex, Main Road, by Total Swimming.

Carlton-on-Trent: Demolition of garage and storage outbuilding, rear extension (part two-storey and part single-storey) single-storey side extension to dwelling, incorporation of existing garage building into the dwelling, replacement garage, demolition and replacement of sections of wall along eastern and western boundaries, gates and estate fencing, at Ferry Farm, Ferry Lane, by Charles and Zoe Walton.

Coddington: Conversion and alterations to storage building for holiday accommodation, at building south east of 3 Old Manor Court, by Nick John Houghton.

Farndon: Rear first-floor extension, at 5 Linton Close, by Guy Evans.

Fiskerton: Vary condition two and remove condition five attached to plannng permission 18/01033/FUL, conversion of agricultural buildings to form dwelling, including link extension, re-construction of lean-to and associated works, at Poplar Farm, Middlefield Road, Morton, by Joe and Christine Cook.

Little Carlton and South Muskham: Single-storey rear extension and garage conversion, internal alterations and new dormer, at Lynncroft, Church Lane, South Muskham, by Mr and Mrs M. Moore.

Newark: 87 dwellings and associated works, at land at Lord Hawke Way and Bowbridge Road, Andrew Dewberry, Castle House.

Newark: Part retrospective listed building consent to convert existing first floor accommodation to provide two apartments including internal and external changes, an extension and lifting of rear roof to form third apartment, part demolition of front chimney and rebuilding of rear chimney and insertion of rooflight (to replace 18/02359/LBC) at 48 Kirkgate, by Keith Roberts, TPA-CAW Developments.

Oxton: Demolition of conservatory and creation of new openings and balcony and alterations to the existing property, at Yew Tree House Forest Road, by Mr and Mrs Martin.

Rolleston: Vary conditions four and five attached to planning permission 17/01268/FULM to exclude the six lights serving the circulation areas that replaces the lights previously in place, at Southwell Racecourse, Station Road, by Arena Racing (Southwell) Ltd.

Southwell: Replacement of the door and window sections required at the Orangery bar front entrance, at The School Of Animal Rural And Environmental Sciences Nottingham Trent University, Brackenhurst Campus, by Steven Hatwell.

Southwell: Re-clad building and install flue, erection of fencing to form external plant/service area, at Nottingham Trent University Medlar Building Brackenhurst Campus, by Lorri Hession, Nottingham Trent University, estates and resources.

Southwell: Erection of 12 units of living accommodation for assisted living following the demolition of the existing bungalow, at Springfield Bungalow, Nottingham Road, by Mr Steve Shatwell.

Sutton-on-Trent: Demolition of existing garages and development of one one-bed bungalow., at garages and public area adjacent 1 The Meerings, by Newark and Sherwood District Council.


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