Published at 07:35, Wednesday, 09 April 2014
THE following applications for planning consent have been lodged with Northumberland County Council’s west area planning team.
BelsayMrs McDonald, works to trees in a conservation area – removal of two leylandi trees (T1 and T2) – too close to the property. Reduce yew tree (T3) by half. Pollard one yew tree (T4) – tree in decline, at Rose Cottage, ref. no. 14/00998/TREECA.
CattonDouglas Palmer, erection of garden shed/log store, at Highfield Close, Highfield, ref. no. 14/00867/FUL.
Corbridge Stagshaw Estate, installation of a 250kW, farm scale solar PV array to supply energy to the farm business, on land east of Chantry Farm, Stagshaw Road, ref. no. 14/00970/FUL.
Hallington E. & I. Hall and Son, prior notification for construction of a silage clamp, on land north and west of New Houses Farm, ref. no. 14/00976/AGRGDO.
Hexham: Brian Cordinar, trees in a conservation area:fell six self-seeded sycamores to ground level, at rear of 26, Hallgate, ref. no. 14/00547/TREECA; Tynedale Golf Club, change of use and proposed installation of metal containers for the storage of grass cutting machinery associated with golf course maintenance, on land south of Tyne Green car park, Tyne Green Road, ref. no. 14/00593/FUL; Mrs Margaret Anderson, listed building consent for replacement windows to first floor area of The Sele First School, ref. no. 14/00762/LBC; Mrs Ruth Bell, existing sash window removed, stone surrounds extended and s/w painted panel doors fitted. Upper panels and fanlight to be double-glazed and lower panels to be solid. Existing door removed, opening amended, new stone surrounds fitted, stone lintel and s/w painted panel doors fitted. Upper panels and fanlight to be double-glazed and lower panels to be solid, at Westgarth, St. Hilda’s Road, ref. no. 14/00955/FUL;Dr Ben Wigham, listed building consent for removal of rotten wooden suspended floor (joists and floorboards) in ground floor living room, underpinning of alcove walls to replace discovered sand footings with natural sandstone and lime-mortar construction. Replace floor joists and floorboards, at Cockshaw House, Cockshaw, ref. no. 14/00933/LBC; Gordon Currie, change of use of a disused doctors’ surgery to form six, two-bed apartments and one two-bed annexe, along with associated landscaping and car parking, at Burnbrae, Hencotes, ref. nos. 14/00934/FUL and 14/00935/LBC; Mrs F. Robson, tree preservation order application to fell one Lawson cypress to reduce overcrowding of trees and to reduce shading of homes and surrounding gardens, at Overstone Retirement Home, Elvaston Road, ref. no. 14/00977/PRUTPO; H. Forrest, tree preservation order application for removal of the four lowest branches from the south side of chestnut tree to reduce shading of the garden, at Overstone Retirement Home, Elvaston Road, ref. no. 14/00978/PRUTPO.
Newton Mr & Mrs Moyle, alteration and extension to existing single-storey double garage to create a one and a half storey dwelling, on land south-west of West House, ref. no. 14/00876/FUL.
Ponteland Mr & Mrs Mike Russell, construction of family room extension and extension to single garage to form double garage, at 4, Stonehaugh Way, ref. no. 14/00915/FUL; Colin and Rachel Seller, variation of condition 3 relating to planning permission 12/02107/FUL (construction of two storey infill to front and single-storey sunroom to rear) at 17, Regency Way, ref. no. 14/00932/VARYCO; Christopher Baglee, listed building consent for removal of redundant cabling and display panels from around ground floor doorway and erect new fascia signboard above, together with new hanging sign and new panelled door, at Mackley and Studdert, 25, Main Street, ref. no. 14/00959/LBC; Simon Maughn, construction of dwelling on Plot 3, Prospect Farm, The Avenue, Medburn, ref. no. 14/00954/FUL; Oggie Wright, tree preservation order: thin three trees by 20 per cent to alleviate crown density, at 10, Grenville Court, Darras Hall, ref. no. 14/00969/PRUTPO.
Riding Mill David & Ruth Symes, construction of a two-storey side extension to provide garage and additional bedroom with en-suite, single-storey rear extension to create open plan kitchen/living/dining room and proposed porch to front elevation, at Fairfield, Long Rigg, ref. no. 14/00940/FUL.
Shotley Shotley Low Quarter Parish, advertisement consent for two non-illuminated traffic calming signs, at Newlands Grange, ref. no. 14/00961/ADE.
Stamfordham Michael Bell, demolition of existing garage and erection of five 2.5 storey, four-bedroomed detached houses, and change of use from light industry (B1) to residential, at Burnside Garage, Grange Road, ref. no. 14/00945/FUL.
Stocksfield Esh Developments Ltd, residential development consisting of 16 affordable houses and associated landscaping (resubmission application ref: 12/03471/FUL) on land west of The Grove, New Ridley Road, ref. no. 14/00871/FUL; Martin Nichol, conversion and extension of existing single-storey garage into living accomodation. Single-storey extension to existing dining room to rear at 229, New Ridley Road, ref. no. 14/00962/FUL.
Wark Richard Slade, installation of 36 pv panels mounted on an automatic solar tracking system, at the Battlesteads Hotel, Hexham Road, ref. no. 14/00975/FUL.
Wylam Mrs Susan Walsh, kitchen extension and alterations to rear of existing dwelling, at 15, Falcon Terrace, ref. no. 14/00918/FUL.
For further details, contact Northumberland County Council’s planning department at Hadrian House, Market Street, Hexham, Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm, or Tel. (01670) 622625. To view the document on line go to http://publicaccss.northumberland.gov.uk/online-applications.
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