Planning bids submitted to county council

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The following planning applications have been submitted to Northumberland County Council.

Cresswell: The Crown Estate, land at Blakemoor Farm, construction of a steel portal frame livestock building.

Hebron: Wyevale Garden Centres, Heighley Gate Nursery and Garden Centre, A697 between Morpeth And Longhorsley, proposed installation of illuminated grass and lettering sculpture, relocation of existing fruit and veg stand, erection of new portico, alterations to front elevation to form a ‘living wall’, installation of illuminated fascia ‘Welcome’ sign and hanging ‘Compost Collection’ sign, installation of six flag poles and flag signs and one non-illuminated V-shaped totem and one spade sign/sculpture.

Hepscott: Mr Stephen Pollard, Fairlawn, Shadfen Farm, proposed front porch with pitched roof to south elevation.

Longhorsley: Mr Birch, Belsay Cottage, Cragside Mews, proposed conservatory.

Morpeth: Mr Andy Pendlebury, former Scripture Truth warehouse, Coopies Way, Coopies Lane Industrial Estate, prior notification of demolition of traditional built structure with brickwork outer leaf, felted flat roofs; Mr Geoff Proudlock, 35 Newgate Street, change of use from office to residential; Mr Ross Sanderson, land at junction of West Close, St George’s Park hospital, advertisement consent for three signs; Mr and Mrs Colin MacDonald, 14 Pinewood Drive, Lancaster Park, extension over existing garage, rear kitchen extension and front porch; Mr A. Muhit, disused workshop, Chantry Place, variation of condition 13 – addition of window between first and second floor – of approved planning application 12/03693/FUL.

Netherwitton: Mr Stephen Davison, Garden House, Hartburn, agricultural storage shed.

Ponteland: Mr and Mrs Rowan, 31 The Rise, Darras Hall, proposed demolition of existing bungalow and creation of a new dwelling; Mr Ahmed, 3 Main Street, change of use from first floor retail unit to office accommodation and proposed first floor office extension; Mr Christopher Goodfellow, highway verge entrance of junction to Street Houses (A696), advertisement consent – installation of two non-illuminated signs advertising Goodfellows Estate Agency to be positioned above the existing ‘Penny Pieces’ signs, with a gap of 6cm.

Stamfordham: Mr S. F. Riddell, land west of Brewery Close, construction of six detached dwellings with associated garaging and access.

Ulgham: Mr Peter Richardson, land at Southcroft Stables, The Croft, outline application for the erection of up to 25 dwellings (use class C3) with all detailed matters reserved.