Here's our latest round-up of planning applications submitted to, and approved by, High Peak Borough Council.
A number of planning applications have been submitted to High Peak Borough Council. They include:
- Detached garage at Thornedge, Manchester Road, Tunstead Milton, Whaley Bridge
- Demolition of vacant timber retail unit and the construction of a detached 4-bedroom house with garage, access, and parking on land adjacent to 1 Mellor Road, New Mills
- Replace existing conservatory with single storey and two storey rear extension 12 Barber Street, Padfield, Glossop
- A proposed single storey side entrance porch at 16A Cowbrook Avenue, Glossop
- Change of use from pre-school nursery into two dwellings and small single storey rear extension 2 Cross Street, Chapel-en-le-Frith
- Proposed two storey extension at 7 Hobhill Meadows, Glossop
Plans that have been given the go-ahead and approved by the borough council include:
- Single storey rear extension at 86 Marple Road, Charlesworth
- Demolition of existing conservatory and single storey rear extension 43 Hope Street, Glossop,
- Single storey side and rear extension with garage conversion at 55 Crossings Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith
- Single storey rear extension and dormer roof conversion at 86 Brosscroft, Hadfield, Glossop
- Loft conversion with new roof and dormers Burnside, Bellott Lane, Combs
- Demolition of the existing unit towards the front of the site to create new units (A,B,C and D) including vehicular accesses directly on to the estate road at Ground Floor Unit 9, Dinting Lane Industrial Estate, Dinting, Glossop
Kennel plan rejected by planners
Plans to transform a former cow and silage shed into kennels, playroom, and hydrotherapy centre at a Tintwistle farm have been rejected by High Peak Borough Council.
The proposals would also have seen a reception and office created at Crossgate Farm.
The application was turned down as it was judged to be an inappropriate development in the green belt and the size, design and materials for the proposed development would detract from the rural character of the landscape.
The plans are available to view on the council’s website at www.highpeak.gov.uk