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ROUND-UP: Planning applications for High Peak

We've rounded up the latest 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 side extension at 64 Horse Fair Avenue, Chapel-en-le-Frith 
  • Single storey rear extension at 9 Elnor Lane, Whaley Bridge 
  • Side extension with balcony, dormer extensions and rebuild existing attached garage at 13 Rose Mount, Watburn Road, New Mills              
  • Proposed annex and associated driveway alterations at 57 Whitle Road, New Mills              
  • Conversion of existing dwelling to form two dwellings at Elizabeth Cottage, Woodseats Lane, Charlesworth, 
  • Re-submission of application for change of use of an agricultural building to one dwelling house at Stodhart Farm, Hayfield Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith 
  • Re-build outbuilding at 10 Slatelands Road, Glossop 

Plans approved 

Plans that have been given the go ahead and granted permission by High Peak Borough Council include: 

  • Proposed garages and under-ground store/utility at 1 Royle Avenue, Glossop 
  • Engineering and associated landscaping to retain bankside at 10 Hartington Drive, Chinley 
  • Change of Use from E(c)(I) to Sur Generis Hot Food Takeaway etc, Formerly A5 at 131, Buxton Road, Whaley Bridge 
  • Rooflights to stables at Bowden Hall, Bowden Lane, Bowden, Chapel-en-le-Frith 
  • Proposed single storey rear extension to replace existing conservatory at 3 Temple Avenue, Padfield, Glossop 

Five new homes planned for Whaley  

Plans have been submitted for a bungalow and four three-bedroomed houses to be built in Whaley Bridge. 

The application for the site at 42 Elnor House is to demolish the existing stone bungalow and garage. 

This would be replaced by a three bedroomed bungalow and four semi-detached three-bedroomed homes. 

The proposals also include drives and garages for the new properties. 

The plans are available to view on the council’s website www.highpeak.gov.uk

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