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Round-up of this week's planning applications submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council

This week's district council planning applications have been released.

Proposals in the Newark area include new dwellings, extensions and demolitions.

All applications submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council are below.

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

Bilsthorpe: Single-storey side extension, at 3 Railway Cottages, Oldbridge Way, by Steve Smart.

Bilsthorpe: Residential development of 120 two, three and four-bed dwellings and ancillary works (re-submission of 19/01858/FULM) at land off Oldbridge Way, by Matt Jackson.

Bleasby: Remove condition three of planning permission 33881131 (occupancy condition) at Bryfields Farm, Fiskerton Road, by Brian Lewin.

Carlton-on-Trent: Certificate of Lawfulness for proposed works to combine two small two bedroom semi-detached properties into a single three-bedroom property; revised rear entrance by way of an altered window/door arrangement, including internal alterations, at The Shires and Castle Hill Cottage, Ossington Road, by Murray Martin.

Caythorpe: Dismantle existing cricket nets and replace with new cricket nets, at Caythorpe Cricket Club, Caythorpe Road, by Caythorpe Cricket Club.

Caythorpe: External repair works to include replacement of brickwork to parapet walls with engineering bricks, installation of Code 4 lead flashings and repointing of gable ends; works to three chimney stacks including repairs, rebuilding and repointing (retrospective) at Ivy Cottage, 8 Main Street, by Philip Hunt.

Coddington: Conversion of existing garage and rear single-storey extension, at 5 Bristol Close, by Marc Cameron.

Collingham: Variation of condition eight of 20/00243/S73M to amend plot 31 from a four-bed to a five-bed eco dwelling, at land adjoining Braemar Farm, Station Road, by S. Wright.

Edingley: Three-bedroom residential dwelling and associated works, at The Homestead, Main Street, by Mark and Alison Saxby.

Elston: Remove conditions 15 and 16 of planning permission 19/01112/FUL (landscaping conditions) at Manor Farm, Low Street, by Sarah Gillbard.

Epperstone: Residential Unit (part-retrospective) at land atChapel Farm, Chapel Lane, by Will Lloyd.

Epperstone: Demolition of porch and erection of single-storey extension for new porch and kitchen, at Haddon House, Park Lane, by Mr And Mrs Sansom.

Farnsfield: Remove garage and conservatory and proposed extensions to front, side and rear, at Hatston, Station Lane, by Mr and Mrs Smith.

Halam: Vary condition two of planning permission 18/00501/FUL to increase the length of the building by approximately 700mm and minor variations to certain window details at Lime Tree House, at land adjacent Halam Hill, by Mr and Mrs Stuart and Christine Butler.

Halam: Single-storey lean-to extension, and listed building consent, at The Manor House, Radley Road, by Paul Rawson.

Hoveringham: New dwelling, at Hillsborough House, Boat Lane, by Mr and Mrs Nind.

Kelham: Listed building consent for localised like-for-like rebuilding of masonry boundary wall to west of Kelham Hall facing Main Road, at Kelham Hall, Main Road, by Kelham Hall Ltd.

Newark: Dwellings at plots one and two at 140 Beacon Hill Road, by D. Shaw.

Newark: Demolition of bungalow and garage and replacement with a two-storey detached dwelling with detached garage, at 84 Hawton Road, by John Hinch.

Newark: Extension to the side of the property, conversion of the existing loft to create an additional bedroom with en-suite and dressing room area; new dormer to be added to create additional headroom required, at 6 Windsor Road, by Gregory Dimanche.

Southwell: Single-storey rear extension and internal and external alterations including replacement windows and doors, and listed building consent for reinstatement of fireplace, infilling and reinstatement of existing openings and internal glazed screen, at 71 Westgate, by Lucie And James Harvey.

Southwell: Detached timber cart shed, additional height to existing workshop, at Dale Cottage, Crew Lane, by Mr and Mrs Andrew Hird.

Upton: Agricultural building for housing of livestock and/or agricultural machinery (retrospective) at land at Main Street, by Mark Forrester.

Upton: Insertion of conservation roof window, at Manor Farm, 11 Main Street, by Steve Henson.

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