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Round-up: Planning applications in the High Peak

The former Club HQ on High Street East in Glossop.

A change of use plan for a former Glossop nightclub and the refusal of proposals for a flat conversion in New Mills feature in our latest round-up of High Peak planning applications.

A number of planning applications have been submitted to High Peak Borough Council recently. They include: 

  • Single storey rear extension 1 Cherry Tree Court, Chapel-En-Le-Frith         
  • Proposed change of use from office to sui generis - tattoo studio at 89 High Street West, Glossop                
  • Proposed subdivision, part change of use from E(c) commercial to C3 residential dwelling and extension at first floor at 8, Old Road, Whaley Bridge 
  • Retrospective application for agricultural grazing land at The Owd House, Far Woodseats Farm, Far Woodseats Lane, Chisworth  
  • First floor side and front extension and single storey rear extension at 19 Meadowfield, Whaley Bridge,  
  • Construction of detached unit to house garage and farm workshop at Bramble Barn Farm, Cross Cliffe, Glossop,  
  • Single storey rear extension at 86 Marple Road, Charlesworth 
  • Conservatory to the rear of 5 Brooklands Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith 

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

Plans Approved 

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

  • Single storey side and rear extension at 16 Thornell Close, Chapel-en-le-Frith 
  • An extension to the front of 7 White Road, New Mills 
  • Rear extension at 19 Plover Close, Glossop 
  • Single storey rear extension at 122 Sheffield Road, Glossop 
  • A single storey rear extension at 8 Wood Cutters Way, Chapel-en-le-Frith 
  • Re modelling of existing extensions to the original dwelling, including re-roofing and cladding with insulating render to improve thermal performance at Cranbrook, High Lea Road, New Mills 
  • Replacement fencing and construction of lean-to timber bike store/ greenhouse/shed at 9 Hayfield Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith  
  • Single storey rear extension at 6 Glendene, Horderns Road, Chapel-En-Le-Frith 
  • Stables at Rivendell Farm, Woodseats Lane, Charlesworth 
  • Garage conversion at Erwood House, 90 North Road, Glossop 
  • Rear single storey office extension and detached garage at 92 94, Glossop Road, Gamesley 
  • Change of use of existing agricultural outbuilding to use as a domestic outbuilding at 113 Padfield Main Road, Padfield 

Change of use of former Nightclub proposed 

Plans have been submitted for a change of use of the former HQ nightclub in Glossop. 

If approved, the nightclub and restaurant at 3-7 on High Street East would be designated for Class E use commercial, business, and service use. 

Under the proposals three separate units would be created. 

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

Plan for flat conversion refused 

Plans to convert the first floor of a commercial building in New Mills into three flats have been refused by planners. 

The proposals for the Victoria Works on Hyde Bank Road follow an earlier bid to create six flats across the two-storey property that was also turned down. 

The new application would have seen the ground floor to continue to remain for industrial use with three two-bedroomed flats created on the first floor. 

But officers in refusing the application said the continued industrial use of the ground floor would result in unacceptable levels of noise and disturbance to the future occupiers of the flats. 

The application was also rejected on highway safety grounds due to a lack of parking. Derbyshire County Council Highways had highlighted that the six parking spaces indicated were on the public highway and not land owned by the applicant. 

The plans were also lacking information to show the proposed development would not be at risk of flooding. 

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