Our latest round-up of High Peak planning applications includes details of a new commercial development being turned down and proposals for a solar farm.
A number of planning applications have been submitted to High Peak Borough Council recently, which include:
- Single storey rear extension at 13 Lower Bank Close, Hadfield, Glossop
- New access and track at Thornsett Fields Farm, Briargrove Road, Birch Vale
- Single storey extension at 16 Pike View Close, Chinley
- Use of existing outbuilding as residential annexe to main house at Beardhough Cottage, Whitle Road, New Mills
- Application for a touring caravan to be used for the benefit of the campsite, for site sitters providing security and as a staff / employee welfare unit at Spirit Farm, Cemetery Road, Glossop
- Proposed demolition of rear conservatory and construction of single storey rear extension at 31 Linglongs Avenue, Whaley Bridge
Plans that have been given the go ahead and granted permission by the borough council include:
- Detached garage at 7 Netherfield Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith
- Conservatory to rear and side at 54 Bowland Road, Simmondley, Glossop
- Wooden community noticeboard for displaying community group information on activities and events on The Promenade, Market Street, New Mills
- Retrospective permission for construction of timber outbuilding at 52 Scotty Brook Crescent, Glossop
- First floor side extension, single storey rear extension and garage conversion at 7 Winnats Close, Glossop
- Rear extension at 61 Buxton Road, Whaley Bridge
- Proposed first floor side extension above study and garages at Highstones, Bute Street, Glossop,
- Proposed first floor side extension above existing garage at 1 Brendon Close, Simmondley, Glossop
Commercial development rejected
An application for a new commercial development on Whaley Bridge had been turned down.
The proposals for land off New Road were for two building and associated car parking were rejected High Peak Borough Council.
Planners refused the application as there was insufficient information submitted to show the plans would not lead to an increased use of New Road and the access junction from Buxton Road.
Insufficient information had been submitted to demonstrate that the development would not pose a risk of flooding elsewhere and it was also found the buildings would be too close to the Randall Carr Brook.
A development of solar panels could be built in the High Peak.
An application has been submitted to look at options for screening a solar farm on two areas of farmland off Dolly Lane in Buxworth.
A third of the land identified in the plans would be covered by solar arrays.
The plans are available to view on the council’s website at www.highpeak.gov.uk