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Newark and Sherwood District Council's latest planning applications include a new jet wash bay at Texaco Service Station, Newark

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

Proposals in the Newark area include include a new jet wash bay at Texaco Service Station, Newark

All planning applications can be found below.

A round-up of this week's planning applications... (8049009)
A round-up of this week's planning applications... (8049009)

Balderton: New cart shed, at 67 Main Street, by D. Parker.

Balderton: Single-storey garden room extension, at 11 Church Lane, by Mr and Mrs M. Parker.

Blidworth: Demolish half-glazed conservatory to the side of existing dwelling and replace with traditional brick extension to the same footprint (revised submission of 19/01979/FUL) at 5 Rigg Lane, by Mrs Susan Henson.

Caunton: Front extension, rear extension following demolition of conservatory, alterations to windows, and replacement of store/garage store with new detached garage, at Draycott, Mill Lane, by Mr and Mrs Wiltshire.

Collingham: Extensions and alterations to 36 Cottage Lane, by Mr and Mrs M. Maguire.

Eakring: Detached single-storey dwelling, at land west of Cherry View, by N. Wallis and L. Wiffen.

Epperstone: Vary condition two of19/01323/FUL to allow amended design to include gable window on east elevation, at Whitegates, Chapel Lane, by Martin Tucker.

Newark: Replace 20th Century sash casement window with new panelled door with glazed top panels, and listed building consent, at 4 The Friary, Appletongate, by David Milward.

Newark: New jet-wash bay, at Texaco Service Station, 69 Northgate, by Motor Fuel Ltd.

Newark: 18 new self-contained flats, at land at 35 Beacon Hill Road, by Andrew Aldred.

Newark: Vary condition three attached to 17/01693/FULM to allow changes to building, minor changes to elevations and other substitute information to accommodate additional wellbeing facilities and associated offices, and revised landscape design, at Community And Activity Village, Lord Hawke Way, by Craig Berens, Nottingham Voluntary Action Centre.

Newark: Single-storey changing facilities block to be used with adjacent cricket pitches, at Newark Cricket Club Sports Ground, Kelham Road, by Newark Ransome And Marles CC ­— Luc Chignell.

Newark: Builders’ merchant, at land adjacent Stephenson Way, by Taylor Lindsey Ltd.

Newark: Conversion of office building to tourism-let units (revised submission of 19/017437/FUL) at 31 Castlegate, and listed building consent, by Mr and Mrs D Burke.

North Muskham: Single-storey rear extension, at Georges Cottage, Main Street, by Mrs S Hill.

Rufford: Steel-framed building at the back of 3 Deerdale Lane, Bilsthorpe, by Kay Saunders.

Southwell: Two-storey side extension, at 28 Lower Kirklington Road, by Robert Phillips.

Southwell: Reposition internal wall to reduce the size of coal store and increase the size of utility, at 47 Church Street, by Josephine French.

Syerston: Re-configure fenestration, erect garden room to replace conservatory, render existing brickwork and re-configure rear elevation, at 8 Greengate, by Mr and Mrs Ian and Helen Dobb.

Winthorpe: Two-bay oak-framed carport, at The Coach House, 46 Gainsborough Road, by Ian Knight.

Winthorpe: Replace several sections of low voltage overhead line and electricity poles, at Hargon Lane, by Western Power Distribution.

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