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The latest planning applications to be submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council for decision

The following applications have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council:

Balderton: Two storey front, side and rear extension, single storey flat roof rear extension, including new access drive and parking, at 5 Wordsworth Drive, by Mr and Mrs Steyel Collins.

Balderton: Demolition of existing flat-roofed projections at front, side and rear and construction of front porch, two-storey extension to front, side and rear, and single storey extension to rear, at 7 Sheridan Close, by Mr J Greenacre.

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Balderton: Tree works, at Highfields School, London Road, by Highfields School.

Caunton: New tennis courts with fencing and floodlighting, at Caunton Lawn Tennis Club, Maplebeck Road, by Caunton Tennis Club.

Clipstone: Outline application for up to 130 dwellings with open space, landscaping, highways and drainage infrastructure, associated works and demolition of existing buildings, at The Clipstone Lido Ground, Clipstone Road, by Welbeck Estates Company Limited.

Collingham: Form new access drive to serve the existing dwelling and adjacent land, including with the erection of estate fencing, at The Grey Horse, Low Street, by Emily Roe.

Elston: Erection of link corridor from main school to foundation unit, at Elston All Saints Anglican Methodist Primary, Top Street, by The Governors of All Saints Primary School.

Farndon: Single-storey side extension to replace conservatory, at 29 Brockton Avenue, by Zack Stapley.

Farnsfield: Tree works, at Hall Farm, Main Street, by Phil Burroughes.

Farnsfield: Tree works, at St Michaels Church, Main Street, by Geoff Illingworth.

Fiskerton: Remodelling, alterations and extensions to include single-storey extension to connect house to existing barn, raise eaves and roof, two storey front extension, two storey and single storey rear extensions, external render, at Trentside Cottage, Main Street, by Conor Maguire.

Kirklington: Variation to listed building consent to amend glazing style and arrangement of the approved replacement garden room, at Mill Farmhouse, Southwell Road, by John Hall.

Lowdham: Single storey extension, at 2 Brookside, by Andrew Hampton.

Newark: Alterations to ground floor, relocate and form new staircase, new access off Chain Lane and form four serviced bedsit apartments, at London Eye, 6 Market Place, by Paul Cotter.

Newark: Replacement of existing windows and roof finishes and rainwater goods to existing hospital buildings, at Newark Hospital, Boundary Road, by Sherwood Forest Hospital Trust.

Newark: Full permission for the demolition of existing buildings, conversion of three retained heritage buildings to provide 32 apartments and erection of 35 new dwellings including access, parking and landscaping. Plus, outline planning permission of the erection of up to 67 new dwellings and creation of car park, at former Lilley and Stone High School, London Road, by Bildurn (Properties) Ltd.

Newark: Tree works, at land on Wellington Road, by Jeremy Blatherwick.

Newark: Extension to rear of existing garage and Juliet balcony to house to replace existing window, at 6 Dorner Avenue, by Martin Watkins.

Newark: Replacement windows from timber to UPVC casement windows, proposed new composite front door, one set of lounge doors and balcony doors, at 8 Tannery Wharf, by Mr Moore.

Ollerton: Replacement single storey rear extension, at 2A Rufford Avenue, by Mr and Mrs Allwood.

Ollerton: Single storey front and rear extensions, first storey front and side extensions, at 1 Hawkhill Close, by Mr and Mrs Martin Dennis.

Southwell: Change of use of existing former agricultural buildings to create three dwellings and associated domestic curtilage, at Thorney Abbey Farm, by Messrs P and R Winstanley and Hardstaff.

Sutton-on-Trent: Residential development of up to two dwellings, at land at The Meerings, by Mr Hayes.

Sutton-on-Trent: Change of use of agricultural land to extend the residential curtilage and erection of garage, at Oak House, Grassthorpe Road, by Mr and Mrs William Walker.

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