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Newark and Sherwood District Council Town and Country Planning - Planning applications for consideration





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Newark and Sherwood District Council

Town and Country Planning (Development

Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015

Notice Under Article 13

Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation

Areas) Act 1990

The Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment)

Regulations 2011

We are considering applications for the following:

Coddington

18/01511/FUL – Householder application for erection

of an estate fence and gate on the front boundary –

The Laurels 20 The Green

Collingham

18/01453/FUL – Demolition of existing 28 square

metre rear single storey extension, new build 53

square metre single storey rear extension,

refurbishment and internal alterations to pub and

restaurant areas, with new beer garden with secure

fencing. – Royal Oak Public House 44 High Street

Farndon

18/01508/FUL – Householder application for installation

of a clock tower on the roof of the attached garage

(resubmission) – Crane Cottage 38 Main Street

18/01509/LBC – Installation of a clock tower on the roof

of the attached garage – Crane Cottage 38 Main Street

Newark

18/01460/LBC – Proposed Alterations and Conversion

of Outbuildings to form a new dwelling, new brick car

port, and associated landscaping and access works.

– 39 London Road

18/01459/FUL – Proposed Alterations and Conversion

of Outbuildings to form a new dwelling, new brick car

port, and associated landscaping and access works.

– 39 London Road

18/01500/CPRIOR – Notification of Prior approval for a

proposed change of use of a building from office use

(Class B1(a)) to 18 flats (Class C3) – Former Job

Centre Crown Building 41 Lombard Street

18/01464/LBC – Partial demolition and rebuild of outer

leaf of southern gable end wall to improve structural

stability – The Offices Castle Brewery

18/01481/FUL – Householder application for proposed

single storey rear extension – 119 Valley Prospect

Southwell

18/01462/FUL – Demolition of Bungalow. Erection of

Replacement Bungalow and Garage – The Retreat

Bishops Drive

18/01360/FUL – Variation of condition 2 attached to

planning permission 17/01839/FUL to amend the

approved plan so to raise the internal floor level, door

and window cill level and installation of external steps

– Land At Rear 37 Easthorpe

Sutton On Trent

18/01470/FUL – Householder application for proposed

demolition of existing rear extension and erection of

new rear extension to include kitchen and bedroom

accommodation. – Kinver Edge 37 High Street

Thurgarton

18/01469/LBC – Replacement of existing gates to

courtyards with new solid hardwood gates. – Manor

Farm Barn Beck Street

18/01468/FUL – Replacement of existing gates to

courtyards with new solid hardwood gates. – Manor

Farm Barn Beck Street

18/01451/FUL – Application for variation of condition

02 of planning consent 16/00965/FUL (Proposed

retention of ‘The Red Lion’ public house (following its

alteration and refurbishment) and the erection of 3no.

dwellings and 1no. dormer bungalow and garaging)

to retain a larger public house footprint as explained

in accompanying letter – The Red Lion Public House

Southwell Road

Details may be inspected on our website: www.

newark-sherwooddc.gov.uk, during normal office

hours at Castle House or at the Town/Parish Council

by appointment. You can submit comments on our

website or by letter to Growth and Regeneration

Business Unit, Castle House, Great North Road,

Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 1BY, (include

application number), no later than 06/09/2018. The

personal information you provide will only be used

by the Council, in accordance with General Data

Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016 and used for the

purposes of determining the planning application. It is

important you consider the content of your comment,

as correspondence will be made available for public

inspection (including public and press) at our offices

without the removal of any personal information. We

do not publish comments on our website however if

a copy is requested, we will only remove the author’s

name, address, telephone numbers, email addresses

and signatures but all comments relating to an

application will be visible. Please see our website

for further information regarding commenting on

a planning application and our privacy notice.

For all appeals against refusal, comments will be sent

to the Planning Inspectorate without the removal of

any personal information. We will remove the author’s

name, address, telephone numbers, email addresses

and signatures for comments passed to appellant.

In the event of an appeal regarding a ‘householder

application’, comments will be sent to the Planning

Inspectorate and there will be no further opportunity

to comment at appeal stage. Further information can

be found on their website.



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