Pub pergola, funeral directors and stables - but what developments are planned where you live?

The latest planning applications submitted and decided for the Mansfield and Ashfield area.

Monday, 21st February 2022, 2:17 pm

Here are the latest planning applications submitted and decided in and around Mansfield and Ashfield in the week beginning Monday, February 14, 2022.

Latest applications submitted to Mansfield Council:

84 Chatsworth Drive, Mansfield: First-floor side extension;

Widecombe Fair, Oak Tree Lane, Mansfield.

39 Edgehill Grove, Mansfield Woodhouse: Hip to gable end roof conversion and addition of dormer structure to rear roof slope;

13 Leeming Lane North, Mansfield Woodhouse: Two-storey side extension;

2 St Peters Court, Station Street, Mansfield: Change of use from offices to residential;

Widecombe Fair, Oak Tree Lane, Mansfield: New timber-framed pergola with partial roof covering, lighting, heat lamps, new posts for festoon lighting, new section of composite decking and paving for new smoking area;

Extensions and loft conversions are among the latest planning applications across Mansfield and Ashfield.

Oak Lodge Spring Farm, Sookholme Road, Sookholme: Holiday let unit;

5 Linseed Grove, Mansfield: Single-storey side extension;

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

5 Terrace Road, Mansfield: Change of use at first-floor level from staff accommodation to veterinary surgery/preparation area, including staffroom;

Ashcroft, Northfield Avenue, Pleasley Vale: Extension over existing detached garage;

Former Bus Station, Stockwell Gate, Mansfield: Advertisement consent for internally illuminated double-faced totem development sign.

Latest applications decided by Mansfield Council:

204 Chesterfield Road South, Mansfield: Change of use from retail shop to funeral directors and single-storey rear extension. Conditional permission;

33 High Street, Warsop: Internal alterations and rear extension. Conditional permission;

80 Worcester Avenue, Mansfield Woodhouse: Dwelling. Conditional permission;

The Buildings, Longster Lane, Sookholme: Change of use from agricultural to general storage. Refused.

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Latest applications submitted to Ashfield Council include:

16 Chapel Street, Kirkby: Tree works;

105A Alfreton Road, Sutton: Tree works;

Walnut House, Buttery Lane, Sutton: Tree works;

19 Hampden Street, Kirkby: Dwelling;

Land adjacent Transpakship, Export Drive, Huthwaite: Truck parking, fuel station and welfare facilities;

6 Craster Street, Sutton: Change of use from dwellinghouse to care home;

2 York Avenue, Jacksdale: Porch to side;

The Stables, 82A Lower Bagthorpe, Underwood: Single-storey rear extension;

79 Alfreton Road, Selston: Dropped kerb and change of use of highway land to part of the domestic curtilage;

1 Little Oak Avenue, Annesley Woodhouse: Single-storey rear and side extension;

Birchwood Grange, King’s Mill Road West, Sutton: Rear extension;

235 Alfreton Road, Underwood: Two dwellings;

16 Sotheby Avenue, Sutton: Single-storey rear extension;

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

Latest applications decided by Ashfield Council include:

80 Huthwaite Road, Sutton: Timber construction shed room at the rear of the shop for a cold room. Refused;

32 Sywell Close, Sutton: Replacement of tiles with cladding. Conditional permission;

24-26 Station Street, Kirkby: Change of use to dental practice, new shop front and internal alterations, consent to display advertisements. Conditional permission;

81 Main Road, Underwood: Dropped kerb. Conditional permission;

2 Ash Crescent, Kirkby: Single-storey kitchen side extension. Conditional permission;

14 Wildflower Grove, Sutton: Single storey rear extension. Approved.

Cycle path hope

Latest applications submitted to Bolsover Council include:

Mansfield Road, Doe Lea: Creation of about one kilometre of cycle path to connect Mansfield Road, Doe Lea, to Mill Lane, Stainsby;

3 Wetton Lane, Tibshelf: Landscaping works to front garden, including repositioning and realigning of existing gabion stones / baskets, to form a tiered frontage that is less dominant than the existing works already commenced and to provide safer parking provision and site access;

Land between 4 and 8 Bright Street, South Normanton: Detached dwelling;

Holly House, Cracroft Lane, Scarcliffe: Continuation of existing boundary wall.

Latest applications decided by Bolsover Council include:

12 Acorn Ridge, Shirebrook: Single-storey extension to the rear. Prior approval not required;

48 King Street, Pinxton: Attached garage and two off-road parking spaces. Conditional permission;

Land to the north of Wood Lane and south of Green Lane Pleasley: Change of use of land from agricultural to equestrian and detached stable building. Conditional permission;

103 Alder Way, Shirebrook: Two-storey rear extension. Conditional permission.

Extension refused

Latest applications submitted to Newark & Sherwood Council include:

2 Aspen Close, Walesby: First-floor side extension;

Fernlea, 3 Maypole Road, Wellow: Two-storey side extension;

9 Crown Close, Rainworth: Single-storey rear extension;

24 Lansbury Road, Bilsthorpe: Two-storey rear extension.

Latest applications decided by Newark & Sherwood Council include:

136 Church Road, Clipstone: Front and rear single-storey extensions. Refused;

1 Lansbury Road, Bilsthorpe: Extend garage, alterations to wall and driveway, install electric gates. Approved.

Latest applications submitted to Gedling Council include:

1 Kirkby Road, Ravenshead: Works to trees;

143 Mansfield Road, Papplewick: New double garage with attached garden room.

Latest applications decided by Gedling Council include:

21 Regina Crescent, Ravenshead: Single-storey extensions to front and side of property. Conditional permission.

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