Surgery extension and takeaway plans among latest planning applications as hotel homes rejected

A surgery extension and bid for a hot-food takeaway are among the latest planning applications submitted in and around Mansfield and Ashfield, although plans for homes near a Mansfield hotel have been thrown out.

Sunday, 22nd May 2022, 5:42 pm
Updated Sunday, 22nd May 2022, 5:43 pm

Here are the latest planning applications submitted and decided in and around Mansfield and Ashfield in the week commencing Monday, May 9, 2022:

Latest applications submitted to Mansfield Council:

The Pines, 138A Egmanton Road, Meden Vale: Extension to existing detached garage to form dwelling;

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Home extensions are among a number of new planning applications.

12 Wheatfield Crescent, Mansfield Woodhouse: Single-storey rear extension;

Mansfield Manor Hotel, Windmill Lane, Mansfield: Removal of five trees;

27 Forest Road, Warsop: Detached dwelling;

32 Budby Avenue, Mansfield: Demolition of a single-storey garage and erection of a two-storey side extension and single-storey rear extension;

Morrisons, Ashfield Precinct, Kirkby.

Grantham House, 423 Nottingham Road, Mansfield: Tree works;

Rosemary Street Health Centre, Rosemary Street, Mansfield: Two-storey side extension.

Latest applications decided by Mansfield Council:

Three Thorn Lodge, Old Mill Lane, Forest Town: Replace front conservatory with single-storey front extension. Conditional permission;

Rosemary Street Health Centre, Mansfield.

75 Roman Bank, Mansfield Woodhouse: Single-storey rear extension. Conditional permission;

Former railway land at top of Cherry Grove, Warsop: Engineering and landscaping works. Conditional permission;

2 Skerry Hill, Mansfield: Change of use from commercial, business and service to hot-food takeaway and erection of extraction flue. Conditional permission;

2 Field Close, Mansfield Woodhouse: Two-storey side extension. Conditional permission;

21 Herbert Street, Mansfield: Four second-floor apartments at roof level. Conditional permission;

11 Market Street, Mansfield: Change of use from phone repair shop to nail and beauty salon. Conditional permission;

Unit 2/5 Abbey Industrial Park, Hermitage Lane, Mansfield: Change of use from assembly/leisure to flexible use. Conditional permission;

39 Alexandra Avenue, Mansfield: Extension of existing outbuilding to rear. Conditional permission;

24 Wilson Street, Mansfield: Single and two-storey rear extensions. Conditional permission;

Land adjacent Mansfield Manor Hotel, Windmill Lane, Mansfield: Three townhouses. Refused;

222 Sutton Road, Mansfield: Two-storey side extension. Conditional permission;

Hermitage Mill, Hermitage Lane, Mansfield: Partial demolition, rebuild, conversion and extension of Grade II-listed mill to create 70-bed nursing home and erection of 31 private, residential dwellings within the curtilage, together with associated infrastructure ancillary facilities, access, parking and open spaces. Conditional permission.

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Garage plan

Latest applications submitted to Ashfield Council include:

142 Church Lane, Selston: Crown lift and prune chestnut tree;

Orchard Cottage, 1 Boots Yard, Huthwaite: First-floor extension over existing garage;

70 Skegby Road, Sutton: Modernisation of conservatory including new tiled roof;

2 The Park, Sutton: Single-storey rear extension with flat roof;

37 Skegby Road, Kirkby: New elevation treatment, two-storey extension to side, front and rear, new porch;

Bracken Bank, Derby Road, Kirkby: Dwelling;

Lyndhurst, Phoenix Street, Sutton: Single-storey rear extension;

16 Belfry Close, Kirkby: Single-storey rear extension;

Teversal Manor, Buttery Lane, Sutton: Division of existing manor house from two dwellings into three;

Premier Performance Garage, Downing Street, Sutton: Change of use of unit to MoT testing station and car garage/workshop;

319 Alfreton Road, Sutton: Detached dwelling;

20 Paschall Road, Kirkby: Single-storey side and rear extension;

55 Sorrel Drive, Kirkby: Extension to front of garage and conversion into habitable space.

Latest applications decided by Ashfield Council include:

11 Coburn Street, Sutton: Dwelling. Refused;

187 Church Lane, Underwood: Demolition of existing dwelling and a replacement dwelling. Conditional permission;

124 Main Road, Jacksdale: Two-storey rear extension. Conditional permission;

Unit 17C, Unity Road, Kirkby: Storage building. Conditional permission;

74A Clumber Street, Kirkby: Tree works. Conditional permission;

10 Church Lane, Selston: Fence. Conditional permission;

Roadside Trees, Borders Avenue, Kirkby: Tree works. Conditional permission;

Morrisons supermarket, Ashfield Precinct, Kirkby: Single-storey pod containing Webuyanycar in south-eastern corner of car park. Conditional permission;

47 Hardwick Lane, Sutton: Two-storey and single-storey rear extensions. Conditional permission;

Crown And Woolpack Inn, Forest Street, Sutton: Conversion of former public house into eight flats. Conditional permission;

7 Calladine Grove, Sutton: Demolish existing conservatory, construction of single-storey rear extension with flat roof and lantern. Prior approval not required.

Retail kiosk bid

Latest applications submitted to Bolsover Council include:

127 Dale Close, Langwith: Removal of existing rear conservatory and side building and new single-storey extension to front, side and rear.

Latest applications decided by Bolsover Council include:

Hillside, Fordbridge Lane, South Normanton: Amendments to roof design and height increase of the dwelling. Installation of first floor windows, roof lights and a dormer. Conditional permission;

Premier House, Vernon Street, Shirebrook: Warehouse building, ‘infill extension to existing building’. Conditional permission;

Unit B, Farmwell Lane, South Normanton: Ancillary pop-up retail kiosk and reconfiguration of car parking spaces. Conditional permission;

24 Hazel Crescent, Shirebrook: Rear extension and rendering of all external walls. Conditional permission;

Chestnut View Farm, Chesterfield Road, Tibshelf: Single-storey dwelling. Conditional permission.

Shop extension plan

Latest applications submitted to Gedling Council include:

54 Longdale Lane, Ravenshead: Demolition of existing dwelling, proposed four-bedroom detached house, detached annexe and detached triple garage;

30 Rowan Avenue, Ravenshead: Single-storey rear extensions, and alterations to existing roof, carport to front;

Land off Hayden Lane, Linby: 135 dwellings with access from Delia Avenue and Dorothy Avenue;

Ravenshead Farm Shop, 131 Main Road, Ravenshead: Rear projection extension to existing farm shop, following removal of existing rear timber store shed, extension to north-west boundary curtilage and retention of three cold stores;

36 Linwood Crescent, Ravenshead: Single-storey side extension;

14 Fountayne Close, Linby: Double garage and single-storey side extension.

The Hollies, Ravenshead: Tree works.

Latest applications decided by Gedling Council include:

102 Nottingham Road, Ravenshead: Tree works. Conditional permission;

4 Barbers Wood Close, Ravenshead: Demolition of concrete garage and outbuilding, construction of brick double garage. Conditional permission;

31 Church Drive, Ravenshead: Two-storey and single-storey side extensions, two-storey rear extension with pitched roof to the front. Conditional permission;

2 Chestnut Avenue, Ravenshead: Single-storey side and rear extensions. Conditional permission;

7 Mansfield Road North, Ravenshead: Two-storey side extension following demolition of existing single-storey side extension and construction of oak framed garage in front garden. Refused.

Homes plan thrown out

Latest applications submitted to Newark & Sherwood Council include:

Land off Manor Close Walesby: Demolition of five existing garages and erection of four-bedroom dormer house with two parking spaces;

1 The Cottages, Tippings Lane, Farnsfield: Electric gates, widening of vehicular access, replacement boundary fence and area of hard standing;

Land adjacent to Jesmondene Cottage, Calverton Road, Blidworth Bottoms: Change of use of land from agriculture to equestrian and erection of mobile field shelters;

Plots three and 15, New Lane, Blidworth: Change of use of land to equestrian use and formation of new access tracks to both plots, new shelter and retention of open-fronted field shelter.

Latest applications decided by Newark & Sherwood Council include:

Land rear of 129 Mansfield Road, Clipstone: Three dwellings. Refused;

59 The Ridgeway, Farnsfield: Side dormer to create new family bathroom and a single bedroom. Refused;

The Bee Hive Coach House, Main Street, Farnsfield: Single-storey side and rear extension. Approved;

Land to the rear of 3 Mansfield Road, Clipstone: Two dwellings. Approved;

5 Yates Croft, Farnsfield: Driveway extension on the front garden, erection of a retaining wall. Refused.