Restaurant/takeaway bid for Mansfield among latest planning applications

Plans have been unveiled for a restaurant/takeaway in Mansfield town centre – as a bid to build four five-bedroom homes is thrown out.
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Latest planning applications submitted and decided in and around Mansfield and Ashfield in the week beginning Monday, July 17, 2023.

Latest applications submitted to Mansfield Council include:

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21 Fallow Way, Mansfield: Change of use from open space to residential garden and erect fence at side and front boundary;

Boughton Pumping Station. (Photo by: Chris Allen/Wikipedia)Boughton Pumping Station. (Photo by: Chris Allen/Wikipedia)
Boughton Pumping Station. (Photo by: Chris Allen/Wikipedia)

28 Recreation Street, Mansfield: Single-storey rear extension;

40 Shilling Road, Mansfield: Change of use for half of the double garage to beauty salon;

31 Fairfield Drive, Mansfield: Single-storey rear extension;

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28A Leeming Street, Mansfield: Change of use of ground-floor retail to restaurant and takeaway.

The National Trust's Hardwick Hall near Chesterfield.  (Photo by: Tony Johnson)The National Trust's Hardwick Hall near Chesterfield.  (Photo by: Tony Johnson)
The National Trust's Hardwick Hall near Chesterfield. (Photo by: Tony Johnson)

Latest applications decided by Mansfield Council include:

Land opposite 2 Barn Owl Close, Church Warsop: Works to tree and hedges/bushes. Approved;

7 Pennine Close, Mansfield Woodhouse: Works to trees. Approved;

13 Sherwood Street, Warsop: Replace timber windows with uPVC. Refused;

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Millennium Green, Welbeck Road, Mansfield Woodhouse: Renovation of 1.7-metre stone wall. Conditional permission;

116 Chesterfield Road North, Mansfield: Change of use of vacant storage room to rear of existing takeaway to separate dark kitchen business for deliveries only, including new extraction flue. Conditional permission.

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Latest applications submitted to Ashfield Council include:

1 Osbourne Street, Kirkby: Single-storey rear extension;

115 Church Lane, Selston: Dwelling and detached garage

Hill Top Farm, 166 Main Street, Huthwaite: Eight dwellings;

150 Eastfield Side, Sutton: Single-storey side and rear extension;

1 Church Lane, Selston: Rear sunroom;

Ashfield Mobile Homes, Ashfield Street, Sutton: Hardstanding for mobile home.

Latest applications decided by Ashfield Council include:

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102 Station Road, Sutton: Ground-floor extension to kitchen with bedroom velux roof light and flat roof dormer with juliet balcony over in roof space, new gable to front elevation and porch. Conditional permission;

16A Rowan Drive, Kirkby: Two illuminated fascia signs, window vinyls, aluminium composite panels and poster cases. Conditional permission;

18 Bonser Crescent, Huthwaite: Single-storey side extension. Conditional permission;

13 Urban Road, Kirkby: Change of use of first floor from offices to house in multiple occupation to include installation of an external staircase. Conditional permission;

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6 Calladine Grove, Sutton: Single-storey rear extension. Prior approval not required;

11 The Hawthorns, Kirkby: Detached garage. Conditional permission.

Latest applications submitted to Bolsover Council include:

16 Town Street, Pinxton: Rear extension;

Land adjacent 40 Garden Crescent, South Normanton: Three-bedroom detached bungalow;

15 Langwith Road, Shirebrook: Dropped kerb;

Land at Former 45 High Street, Tibshelf: Terrace of three three-bedroom houses and two detached four-bedroom houses with associated off-street parking and amenity space.

Latest applications decided by Bolsover Council include:

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The Old Vicarage, Gang Lane, Scarcliffe: Removal of lime tree: No objection;

34 Main Street, Scarcliffe: Two-storey rear extension. two dormers to rear of existing dwelling. Conditional permission;

Hardwick Hall, Hardwick Hall Drive, Hardwick Hall Park: Masonry repairs to Coal Yard Gate. Conditional permission.

Latest applications submitted to Gedling Council include:

18 Chapel Lane, Ravenshead: Demolition of existing dwelling on site and erection of two-storey house;

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18 Church Drive, Ravenshead: Demolition of existing dwelling and construction of new dwelling;

2 Waltham Road, Ravenshead: Demolition of rear conservatory and erection of side and front extensions;

180 Main Road, Ravenshead: Single-storey rear and single storey side extensions including smooth render finish;

36 Regina Crescent, Ravenshead: Ground-floor extension to the side and rear elevations.

Latest applications decided by Gedling Council include:

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12 Main Street, Papplewick: Prune ash, sycamore and copper beech trees: Approved;

31 Sheepwalk Lane Ravenshead: Works to trees. Conditional permission;

Knights Cross Cottage Station Avenue, Newstead Abbey Park, Newstead: Works to trees. Conditional permission;

Loxley Lodge, Grays Drive, Ravenshead: Change of use from residential and storage/office use to a mixed use comprising residential and day spa, including beauticians, single-storey extension to existing garage. Conditional permission;

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Moor Pond Wood Papplewick Lane Linby: Works to trees. Conditional permission;

60 Sheepwalk Lane, Ravenshead: Demolition of single-storey dwelling, erection of four, two-storey, five-bedroom dwellings: Refused;

10 Summercourt Drive, Ravenshead: Two-storey and first-floor front/side extensions. Conditional permission.

Latest applications submitted to Newark & Sherwood Council include:

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48 Occupation Lane, Edwinstowe: Demolition of single-storey rear extension and erection of single-storey rear extension.

The Homestead, Cotton Mill Lane, Farnsfield: Two-storey extension to the east side of the property, single-storey extension to the rear of the property and demolition of old prefabricated garage;

The Coach House, Church Hill, Bilsthorpe: Demolition of existing detached garage and outbuildings, erection of single-storey dwelling, new boundary wall and carport for The Coach House;

The Post Office, 1 Meadow Cottages, Thoresby Park, Perlethorpe: Removal of a solid ground-floor damaged by flood waters and replace with a suspended timber floor, works to two ground-floor rooms to remove gypsum back to brick by hand and plastered using traditional lime.

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Latest applications decided by Newark & Sherwood Council include:

15 Tudor Crescent, Rainworth: Single-storey rear extension: Prior approval not required;

61 Forest Road, Clipstone: Single-storey rear extension and raised patio: Approved;

Severn Trent Water, Boughton Pumping Station, Brake Lane, Boughton: Core drill six holes at low level to the south elevation, cast concrete pad around cable ground penetrations, fit timber surround to existing around core drilled holes and concrete pad: Approved;

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Norwood Hill Farm, New Lane, Blidworth: Demolition of single-storey side extension and new two-storey side extension: Refused;

Garages, Hardwick Avenue, Rainworth: Two garages: Approved;

1 Poplar Street, Ollerton: Single-storey rear side extension with rendered finish: Approved.

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