Planning bids submitted to county council

Latest planning applications.
Latest planning applications.

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

Ellington and Linton: Mr Kevin Atwell, 26 Windmill Hill, Ellington, extensions to provide disabled facilities and additional living space, additional bedroom, car port and front porch.

Mitford: Mr Michael Glass, Annexe, The Old Blacksmiths Cottage, variation of conditions 4 and 5 of planning permission CM/96/D/104; Mr Barry Wilson (on behalf of the county council), Scotch Gill Wood local nature reserve, Mitford Road, tree preservation order application, felling of two Ash trees and felling of one Hawthorn tree.

Morpeth: Mr Barry Wilson (on behalf of the county council), Stobhill Grange Farm Cottages, Stobhill Grange, tree preservation order application, works to eight laburnum trees – proposal is to reduce crowns and prune lower branches by approximately 0.5m as the trees are encroaching fence and gardens, also to remove any dead or broken branches to reduce risk of damage to property or injury to householders and path users – and works to wild cherry (gean) tree – proposal is to reduce crown and prune lower branches by approximately 0.5m as the tree is encroaching fence and garden;

Ponteland: Mr Fredrick Khan, 32 Longmeadows, Darras Hall, proposed two-storey side extension, single storey rear extension, dormer window to front, second vehicular access and balcony to rear on first floor; Mr Srinivas Krishnamurthi, 37 Edge Hill, Darras Hall, proposed family room extension, bedroom extension, re-building of front porch, conservatory and new roof over existing garage; Mr Ian Ainsworth, 4 Pinegarth, Darras Hall, lawful development certificate for proposed development – construction of first floor extension to rear to allow en-suite bathroom and wardrobe; Mr S. Potter, 2 Rothley Close, single storey rear extension; Mr David Orange, 10 and 11 Richmond Way, Darras Hall, works to trees protected by a tree preservation order – fell one birch tree, one larch tree, one pine tree and one beech tree at 10 Richmond Way and fell one beech tree at 11 Richmond Way.

Stannington: Mr Mark Gabriele, St Mary’s Hospital Drive (site of the former nurses’ home), demolition of existing building, erection of five residential dwellings (C3 class use) and associated access, landscaping and engineering works.

Widdrington Station and Stobswood: Mr Sebastian Balcombe, land west of surgery, Grange Road, Widdrington Station, outline application for the erection of approximately 121 dwellings with associated infrastructure and areas of public open space (all matters reserved).