Range of planning proposals lodged with county council

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

Cresswell: Blockdale Ltd, Cresswell Home Farm Road (from C110 to Cresswell Home Farm), proposed substitution of the previously approved house type for a single five-bedroomed dwelling at Plot 10 with two single dwellings – a four-bedroomed dwelling (Plot 10) and a one-bedroomed dwelling (Plot 10A).

East Chevington: Mr T. Oliver, land north of Meadow View, Red Row, outline application for two dwellings, comprising of one two-storey dwelling to the east of the site and one one-and-a-half storey dwelling to the west of the site.

Ellington and Linton: Mrs Sarah Gair, land south west of Ellington Business Centre, Lynemouth Road, proposed new clubhouse providing changing facilities, office and function room, and new 3G sports pitch; Dr Jonas Pettersson, 2 High Farm Cottages, Ellington, listed building consent application – removal of non-original cement butter pointing on external walls and re-point with lime mix matched to original materials.

Morpeth: Mr Jeff Clark, former Durhams Warehouse, 22 Coopies Way, construction of two-storey extension over existing offices for new offices.

Ponteland: Mr and Mrs Pile, 69 Eastern Way, Darras Hall, proposed demolition of existing conservatory and construction of a new single storey kitchen extension; Mr Noble, 18 Meadowvale, Darras Hall, extension to rear to form sunroom, extension to front elevation 2,250mm outwards to include bedroom above existing garage extension at first floor level and extension to the side no wider than original footprint; Mr Neill Winch, 9 Bell Villas, proposed extension at ground and first floor of existing bar/restaurant (Yolo) to include new intersecting roof gable to existing gable and living wall facade to face of new elevation.

Thirston: Mr Raymond Carr, Benson House, Bainbridge Lane, Eshott, tree preservation order application – felling of a fir tree.