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Newark and Sherwood District Council's latest planning applications

By Sharon Hodkin

Plans for a bereavement and therapy annexe are among this week's planning applications.

It is proposed the centre will be at Beaumond House Community Hospice on London Road.

Scroll through the applications below...

This week's planning applications revealed by the council.
This week's planning applications revealed by the council.

Balderton: Erection of a single storey rear side extension (resubmission of 19/00866/FUL) at 2B Meadow Road, by Ms Paula Watkins.

Balderton: Confirmation of compliance with conditions attached to Section 106 Agreement of planning permission FUL/960970, at 16 Mead Way, by Alisha DeJonge.

Bilsthorpe: Demolition of the existing garage court and development of one two-bedroom dwelling, at garage units off Lansbury Road, by Newark and Sherwood District Council.

Bleasby: Refurbishment of existing utility to the rear of the property: walls to be timber clad; flat roof to replaced/raised ;new roof light; new bi-fold door to replace existing window on the south west elevation, at Garden Cottage, Main Street, by Mr and Mrs Mike and Rebecca Anstee.

Carlton-on-Trent: Erection of two dwellings and creation of new vehicular access, at land adjacent The Chestnuts, Old North Road, by Mr Wayne Richards.

Caunton: Extension to existing detached garage, at The Furrows, Mill Lane, by Mr John Smith.

Edwinstowe: Variation of condition two attached to planning permission 16/01436/RMAM to amend the approved phase four plot schedule, at land At Rufford Road, by Mrs Ian Powell.

Farnsfield: Removal of existing porch, internal and external alterations and single-storey side and rear extensions, at Clifton, Chapel Lane, by Mr and Mrs West.

Laxton and Moorhouse: Part demolish existing outbuildings and the construction of a singl- storey rear extension and porch including repairs, internal alterations and window replacement, at 2 Church Cottages, High Street, by Mr Richard Neale.

Morton: Residential development of five units with new pedestrian/cycle link to Sports Ground via existing altered access, at land adjacent Beggars Behind And Manor Cottage, Main Street, by Mrs C. Gordon, Mr P. Gordon, and ISP Developments Ltd.

Newark: Replacement illuminated and non-illuminated signage, also listed building consent, at Old Kings Arms Public House, 19 Kirkgate, by Mr Millar.

Newark: Recover the glazing and frames of five windows on the first floor of the west elevation and replace them with aluminium acoustic louvres, at British Telecom Telephone Exchange, Lombard Street, by British Telecom PLC.

Newark: Householder application for a single-storey rear extension, at Orchard House,3 Farndon Road, by Mr Clive Davies.

Newark: Proposed bereavement and therapy annexe, at Beaumond House Community Hospice, 32 London Road, by Beaumond House Community Hospice.

Newark: Removal of dilapidated felt flat roof and replace with a pitched tiled roof, with four Velux windows, new rear window and French doors and replacement porch, at 248 Beacon Hill Road, by Mr Julian Dunlop.

North Muskham:New garden room single-storey rear extension, at Elm Tree House, Crab Lane, by Mrs Katrina Antcliffe.

Southwell: Conversion of redundant outbuilding to residential unit; remove cross brace component from existing truss to create useable first floor space and other minor amendments to previously approved scheme (18/00154/LBC) at Normanton Hall, Normanton Road, by Miss Jane Holt.

Southwell: Extension of existing sports hall store to the rear and south (re-submission)at Southwell Leisure Centre.

Staythorpe: Retention of equestrian menage and horse-walker and change of use of buildings from agricultural storage to equestrian(retrospective)at Staythorpe House Farm, Staythorpe Road, by Mr and Mrs Burnett.

Walesby: Erection of a lodge/granny annexe, at Church Farm, New Hill, by Mr Simon Hayward.

Weston: New stables, hay barn and maintenance store, at Redroofs Farm, Great North Road, by Mr and Mrs Rogers.


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