A number of planning applications have been submitted to, and approved by, High Peak Borough Council of late. Here's our latest round-up to bring you up to speed...
These applications have been submitted to the borough council in the past week:
- Listed Building consent for rooflights to stables (retrospective) Bowden Hall, Bowden Lane, Bowden, Chapel-en-le-Frith
- Certificate of lawfulness for an existing use as a garden and market garden for land between 111 and 125 Bings Road, Whaley Bridge
- Certificate of lawfulness for a proposed single storey rear extension 118, North Road, Glossop,
- Proposed Signs at 15 17, New Mills Road, Hayfield
- A single storey timber garage at 116 The Manse, Old Road, Whaley Bridge
- Drop the kerb to create a single parking spot in front of property at 24 Victoria Avenue, Hadfield
- Change of use to light industry of Units 2 And 3, Glossop Brook Business Park, Surrey Street, Glossop
Plans that have been given the go ahead and granted permission by High Peak Borough Council include:
- Loft conversion at 4 Highview, Simmondley, Glossop
- Change of use of an agricultural building to a dwelling house at Round Meadows Farm, Dolly Lane, Buxworth
- Two storey rear extension at 36 Shawfield Road, Hadfield, Glossop
- Replacement outbuilding at 19 Stoneheads, Whaley Bridge
- First floor side extension at 2 Burwell Close, Simmondley, Glossop
- Re-modelling of existing house and annexe to include raising eaves and ridge levels, pitched roof dormers, alterations to windows and doors, single storey side extension, solar panels, balconies and rendering at The Moorings, Station Road, Furness Vale
- A first-floor extension over existing garage at 1 Sandiway, Glossop
- First floor extension over existing integral garage 5 Gloucester Way, Glossop
- Change of use of a barn at Hollin Wood, Brierley Park, Buxworth to one dwelling house
- Conversion into a short-term holiday let of Weighbridge House, Hawkshead Mill, Hawkshead Road, Glossop
- Agricultural shed for housing farm machinery at Knightwake Farm, Eaves Knoll Road, New Mills
An application for two agricultural buildings on land in Charlesworth has been rejected by High Peak Borough Council.
The proposals, part retrospective, were for a site at Lodge Farm on Boggard Lane, Charlesworth, to retain an existing building and for a second building on green belt land in open countryside.
Previous applications have been turned down and High Peak’s planners have again rejected the plans put forward as the development is not associated with an existing agricultural enterprise.
In addition, the existing and proposed building, due to their appearance, design and materials used, fail to respect and preserve the character and appearance of the rural landscape.
The plans are available to view on the council’s website www.highpeak.gov.uk