Planning bids before council

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

Hartburn: Miss Elizabeth Walton, land west of the Gin Gan, West Marlish, proposed installation of spring water bottling plant, change of use of existing building from secure storage and machinery to producing bottled water from a new bottling plant in the building.

Hepscott: Mr Clive and Geoffrey Temple, land west of Stonehaven, Dunces Houses, proposed construction of two detached dwellings and associated access.

Longhorsley: Mr Michael Rutherford, land and buildings at Blackpool Farm, proposed conversion of games room to holiday cottage, and replacement of windows and doors in farmhouse, holiday cottage and outbuilding; also application for Listed Building Consent.

Mitford: Environment Agency, land south east of Lightwater Lodge, borrow pits within an agricultural field to the north of the River Wansbeck and south of the B6343, borrow pits to be used to extract approximately 73,000m3 of earth and clay for construction of dam across the River Wansbeck, land to be reinstated to agricultural land on completion of the dam.

Morpeth: Mr S Robson, 1 Swansfield, Kirkhill, proposed bedroom and bathroom extension above garage; Mr Michael Greveson, Wansbeck House, Dogger Bank, Tree Preservation Order, crown reduce one sycamore tree by 30 per cent.

Mrs Christine Robson, 14 Brumell Drive, Lancaster Park, proposed first floor extension above existing double garage to create two bedrooms and one bathroom, internal alterations to existing layout to create landing and access to extension, shower room and office area; Old Bakehouse Coffee Shop, 29A Newgate Street, proposed extension to coffee shop to allow additional storage space.

Ponteland: Mr Michael Lewis, 188 Western Way, Darras Hall, re-submission of 13/03176/FUL, demolition of conservatory and re-modelling of rear of house; Mr Stan Bacon, Rosetree Cottage, Prestwick, proposed conversion of garage into a two bedroom house and demolition of conservatory and erection of garage.

Stamfordham: Mr B Boase, land at Harlow Hill, proposed conversion of redundant former church and farm buildings to ten residential units (use class C3), with associated garages, curtilage, parking and access roads.