Range of planning proposals lodged with county council

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

Sunday, 27th November 2016, 7:40 am
Updated Tuesday, 6th December 2016, 11:43 am
The latest planning applications submitted to Northumberland County Council.

Mitford: Mrs Allison Britton, 1 Old Sawmill, Mitford, proposed single storey rear extension to form new sunroom and new dormer window to rear.

Ponteland: CTIL, O2 communications mast, Callerton Lane, proposed installation of a 2.5m tower extension to the existing structure, with three new antennas replacing three existing antennas, two 300mm transmission dishes and radio equipment housing, and ancillary development; Mr Ian Walker (Newcastle University), Eland Lodge, 16 North Road, works to trees in a conservation area – crown reduce a sycamore tree by 2m clearance over driveway of number 14, crown reduce an English yew tree by 1m clearance over driveway of number 14 and lower crown two holly trees by 3m; Mr Michael Bayley, 5 King Johns Court, Darras Hall, alterations and single storey side extension to existing dwelling; Medburn Rare Earth Ltd, land west of Dyke House, The Avenue, Medburn, hybrid applications comprising of a full planning bid for a total of five dwellings with associated car parking, landscaping and the creation of a new highway access and an outline proposal for one dwelling with the creation of a new access; Ethical Partnership, land to the north of The Avenue, Medburn, outline permission for up to 16 dwellings, with all matters reserved apart from access; Mrs Barbara Snaith, land north of Meadow Court House, tree preservation order application – works to trees; Mr and Mrs Steven Boon, 23 Willow Way, Darras Hall, raising of ridge to 7m in order to provide additional habitable accommodation within the roof space, insertion of front dormer and provision of front entrance canopy.

Tritlington and West Chevington: Mr Duncan Peters, re-submission of application 15/04020/CLEXIS – certificate of lawfulness for an existing use of land as a domestic garden.