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, which include:
- Single storey 8m extension to match existing at 28 Hockerley New Road, Whaley Bridge
- Barn conversion at Tithe Barn Farm, on unnamed road from Stubbins Lane, Chinley
- Proposed single storey rear extension to replace existing conservatory at 3 Temple Avenue, Padfield, Glossop
- Front porch canopy at 1 Horderns Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith
- First floor extension over existing single storey rear extension at 60, Pennine Road, Simmondley, Glossop
- Proposed rear/side extensions to provide additional internal accommodation and garage at 104 The Bungalow, North Road, Glossop
Plans that have been given the go ahead and granted permission by High Peak Borough Council include:
- Replace missing gates at The Meeting House, Low Leighton Road, New Mills
- Demolition of existing conservatory and replace with rear extension at 7 Burnside Avenue, Chapel-en-le-Frith
- Single storey extension to front, loft conversion and garage conversion at 63 Horse Fair Avenue, Chapel-en-le-Frith
Retrospective plans refused
Planning permission has been refused for new access track onto the A626 at Chisworth.
The retrospective application was submitted for High Ash House on Sandy Lane in Chisworth but has been rejected by High Peak Borough Council.
Planning officers have turned down the proposal for three specific reasons including highway safety and visual impact.
Due to its location and inadequate visibility splays, officers say the vehicular access to the A626 would introduce traffic movements at a point where visibility is severely restricted leading to danger and inconvenience to other highway users.
The location, scale, design and materials for the access and 18-metre-wide tarmac refuge area, would have a significantly harmful, visual impact on the rural character of the area.
It is also judged to be an inappropriate development within the green belt.
The plans are available to view on the council’s website at www.highpeak.gov.uk