The following planning applications have been submitted to Northumberland County Council.
Capheaton: Mr Geoffrey Turner, land south west of Kirkheaton Farm, Kirkheaton, refurbishment of existing derelict barn to provide a bedroom for a new dwelling, the remainder of the dwelling being created in a new extension.
Heddon on the Wall: Miss Mandy Tulip, 9 Military Road, change of use and conversion of single garage into a self-contained holiday unit/bunkhouse – no external alterations are proposed; Dr Julia Siddall, land at The Byres, installation of a 16 panel (4kw) ground mounted solar pv array to generate electricity and underground cable.
Hepscott: Applicant name not available, 5 Eglingham Way, Stobhill Manor, single storey rear extension; Mr Simon Hill, 1 Chatton Close, Stobhill Manor, two-storey rear extension, with lean to single storey extension and internal works.
Morpeth: Mr Paul Hindhaugh, Game Fishing Supplies, 3-4 Fawcetts Yard, change of use from vacant shop to fitness studio (class A1 to D2) and alterations to shop front; Mrs Carol Biggs, 3 Southgate Mews, remove four ash trees and replace them with four more suitable trees of standard size.
Ponteland: Waitrose, 27 Main Street, Ponteland, proposal for the temporary siting of a refrigerated storage container between October 2, 2015 and January 20, 2016, October 2, 2016 and January 20, 2017 and October 2, 2017 and January 20, 2018; Applicant name not available, West Farm Cottage, West Farm Mews, Prestwick, construction of two-storey and single storey extension with associated works.
Stannington: Mr K. Newbould, Kyloe House, Netherton Park, extension to existing unit to provide a Step-Down unit and vocational training facility; Mrs Karen Carins, Moor Farm, Station Road, construction of a single storey detached dwelling.
Tritlington and West Chevington: Mr Stephen Thompson, land north east of Gorfenletch Farm, Fenrother, proposed single storey home.
Whalton: Mr John Goodfellow, land At Bonas Hill, Ogle, listed building consent application for the conversion of semi-derelict barns into three domestic dwellings, retaining original features wherever possible and creating a lightweight modern link to connect an existing brick barn.
Widdrington Station and Stobswood: Mr Mick McCarthy, land west of Grange House, Stobswood, works to trees protected by a tree preservation order (TPO) – crown lift a range of trees to 5.2m on east and west sides of the road, the tree species are ash, sycamore, birch and oak.