THE following planning applications have been submitted to Northumberland County Council.
Ellington and Linton: Mr Terry Mathias, 4 Coquet Drive, Ellington, demolition of single garage and utility room, two storey extension and erection of a single storey garden room to the rear of dwelling.
Longhorsley: Mr John Thompson, land to north west of Smallburn Farm, erection of portal framed agricultural building to store straw bales.
Mitford: Mr Joseph Jackson, Cricket Pavilion, change to specification of the windows of ref 13/00172/FUL.
Morpeth: Ms Liz Coley, The Electrical Wizard, 11 Newmarket, variation of condition 4 of permission CM/05/D/462 (except for the one door shown on the plans as a new opening, which specifically allows access to the beer cellar for deliveries only, all external doors on the Newmarket elevation shall not be used other than for emergency exit purposes only).
Netherwitton: Mr Barry Smith, Whitridge, Longwitton, construction of double garage, tack room and feed store.
Pegswood: Mr Andrew Warnes, The Firs, Longhirst Road, garage and kitchen extension; Mr Stefan Brezowski, 11 Fawdon Grove, lounge extension and installation of bow window to front elevation.
Ponteland: Mr John Hamilton, 8 Brooklands, Certificate of Lawfulness single storey rear extension; Professor Philip Home, 1 Richmond Way, bedroom and ensuites extension and new roof over existing canopy; Mr Rob Cameron, 24 Edge Hill, demolition of post-war bungalow to be replaced with four bedroom family home; Mr Ian Wardle, Eland Hall Cottage, Eland Lane, non-material amendment to permission 12/02284/FUL, demolish side porch to kitchen and extend sliding folding doors, three rooflights to back (south) pitch of kitchen roof, replace assorted upvc, metal and timber windows and door with painted timber windows and door, and revise support bracket detail on new front door canopy; Boots The Chemist, 7 Broadway, Darras Hall, advertisement consent, installation of part-illuminated fascia sign; Mrs Barbara Ellis, 7 Bell Villas, commercial offices to be changed to therapy clinic with kitchen and studio.
Stamfordham: Mr Peter Lombard, St Mary’s Church, various works to trees.
Wallington Demesne: National Trust, Wallington Hall, refurbish, alter and extend toilets within the stable building and the cafe building, the proposals for the stable block toilets are mainly internal refurb work, with some upgrading of window extracts, the proposals for the cafe toilets include internal refurb, with extension, all within the existing building footprint, to increase the overall size of the toilets and provide a disabled toilet; also Listed Building Consent.