A number of planning applications have been submitted to the borough council in the High Peak of late and we've collated some of them here.
- Demolition of existing single storey structure to rear and construction of new single storey extension to rear elevation; construction of new porch to front elevation 65 Newshaw Lane, Hadfield, Glossop
- Internal works Victoria Hall, Talbot Street, Glossop,
- Change of use of agricultural buildings to dwelling house at Stubbins Farm, Chinley
- Demolition of existing conservatory and construction of single storey side and rear extension at 21 Princes Road, Chinley
- Dormer extension over the garage at Foals Croft, Folds Lane, Fernilee
- Single storey extension at 19 Speedwell, Tintwistle
- Proposed alterations to windows and loft conversion at 1 Springfield Terrace, Valley Road, Hayfield,
- Two storey side extension over existing garage to form Annexe at Tean, Start Lane, Whaley Bridge,
- Proposed two storey side extension 23 Bronwen, Marple Road, Chisworth
- Single storey rear extension at 10 King Cup Close, Glossop
- Application to create off road parking at 7 Buxton Road, New Mills
- Proposed single dwelling with associated vehicular access on land south of Spire Hollin, Dinting Road, Glossop
- Lower ground floor attached garage, single storey side extension and two storey rear extension at 1 Royle Avenue, Glossop
- Residential development, one bungalow and two pairs 3-bed semis (5 units) including drives and garages on land at 42 Elnor Lane, Whaley Bridge
Plans that have been given the go ahead and granted permission by High Peak Borough Council include:
- Garage Conversion and car port at 19 The Crescent, Chapel-en-Le-Frith
- Single storey front extension at 1 The Coppice, Whaley Bridge
- Retrospective application for three illuminated fascia signs, two non-illuminated fascia signs, 3 no. A0 poster frames and 2 no. banner frames at Options House, Brookfield Industrial Estate, Peakdale Road, Dinting, Glossop
- Single storey rear extension at 27 Woodlands Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith
- Proposed garden shelter at 11 Kinder View, Back Union Road, New Mills
Plans for a proposed annexe at a property in New Mills have been turned down by planners.
The application made to High Peak Borough Council also included associated driveway alterations.
The proposals for the two-bedroomed two storey annexe, were rejected as the siting scale, height and design was an overdevelopment of the residential plot at 57 Whitle Road.
* A part retrospective application for the enclosure of a driveway in Furness Vale has been turned down.
The plans relating to 19 Buxton Road, Furness Vale, had prompted letters of support from seven residents.
However High Peak planners have turned down the proposal as the structure sits forward of the principal building line and the materials are unsympathetic to the wider street scene.
The plans are available to view on the council’s website www.highpeak.gov.uk