The rejection of a warehouse extension in Chinley and plans for illuminated signs at Glossop Caravans are part of our latest round-up of High Peak planning applications.
A number of planning applications have been submitted to High Peak Borough Council lately, which include:
- Proposed Garden Shelter at 11 Kinder View, Back Union Road, New Mills
- Garage conversion and car part at 19 The Crescent, Chapel-en-le-Frith
- Retrospective application for a new safer access on to the A626 and a new track across the fields to the yard High Ash House, Sandy Lane, Chisworth
- Alterations to existing conservatory at 3 Chendre Close, Hayfield
- Proposed single storey rear extension at 15 Moorside Close, Simmondley
- Enlargement of garage with first floor extension to provide annexe at 2, Oakfield Road, Hadfield
- Proposed garden room to replace existing stores at 5 Derby Street, Glossop
The plans are available to view on the council’s website at www.highpeak.gov.uk
Plans that have been given the go ahead and approved by the borough council include:
- Change of use of vacant cafe unit to a hot food take-away together with associated external alterations at 12 High Street East, Glossop
- Single storey rear extension at 18 Heron Close, Glossop
- Rear and side extension at 15 North Close, Tintwistle
- Loft conversion including dormer to rear at 21 Chapel Road, Whaley Bridge
- Single storey rear extension 38, Scotty Brook Crescent, Glossop
- Extension of existing dormer at 21 Aldersgate, New Mills
- Two storey side extension and front porch extension 184 Buxton Road, Whaley Bridge
Warehouse extension rejected
The Development Control Committee at High Peak Borough Council have turned down plans for a warehouse extension.
The application by CJK Packaging Ltd to further extend at their site at Bridgeholme Mill Industrial Estate in Chinley after the continued growth of the business.
The application was refused on two grounds, inappropriate development in the green belt and in principle would represent an inappropriate encroachment and undesirable urban intrusion into an area of Countryside.
A separate Advertising Consent application for two company logo signs on front of the building have been approved.
Extension plans refused
Plans to extend a property in Taxal with three separate extensions have been rejected by High Peak Borough Council.
The application was for a three-storey rear extension, two storey side extension and single storey front extension at Quarry Bank on Lanehead Road.
Whaley Bridge Town Council who was asked to comment on the proposals said they believed it would be overdevelopment of a historical building
Although positive changes were made to the original design HPBC planning officers in their report said they considered overall cumulative volume and massing of the proposed extensions would negatively impact the existing traditional character and appearance of the property.
New illuminated signs planned
Plans have been submitted by Glossop Caravans for two internally illuminated LED digital display totems to be installed.
One existing sign would be replaced in the proposals put forward by the Brookfield based business.