The following planning applications have been submitted to Northumberland County Council.
Hebron: Mr Graham Carter, Strafford House, re-submission, demolition of first floor flat retaining garage below and single storey extension with roofing over to form double-linked garage.
Longhirst: Mr Sean Hedley, land west of Micklewood Close, outline application, erection of six self-build residential units.
Longhorsley: Mr and Mrs G Allan, land south east of Whemley Burn Cottage, single storey rural worker’s dwelling and purpose-built forge.
Lynemouth: Mr Andrew Goodings, Lynemouth Welfare Ground, Park Road, change from grassed recreational area to skateboard park with associated path access.
Morpeth: Mr Lee Duddell, 2 Oswald Road, Certificate of Lawfulness for single storey extension to rear and side.
Ponteland: Mr and Mrs Smith, 146 Runnymede Road, Darras Hall, attic room conversion with three dormer windows and velux rooflights.
Stannington: Miss Marie-Louise Gray, land south west of South Shotton Farm, Shotton Lane, non-material amendment to application, to temporary increase vehicular movement for two months from 190 to 225 movements per day; Mr Tim Brown, 1 Make Me Rich Farm Cottages, Green Lane, Seaton Burn, rear extension.
Tritlington and West Chevington: Peel Wind Farms, proposed Maidens Hall Windfarm, A1068 Widdrington to Hadston, development of access road and temporary construction compound.
Widdrington Village: Mr Ben Ridder, Sisters Windfarm, land west of Widdrington Manse, variation of Condition 3 to increase the total height of the wind turbines from 126m to 126.5m of permission, erection of four 126m tip height turbines and associated infrastructure.