Planning Applications Cheshire East
Round up of the latest planning applications in Cheshire East:
ACTON: Applicant Mr Handforth, 7 Church Farm Mews, Chester Road is asking to remove two holly trees in the rear garden.
ADLINGTON: At Lyme View Marina, Wood Lane East a change of use of a redundant shower block to a dog grooming and day care facility has been put forward by Miss J Leadbetter.
ADLINGTON: Willow Bank, Hope Lane could see a single-storey rear extension, a new roof and dormers if applicant H Jones gains approval.
ALDERLEY EDGE: An application as been made at Dormer House, Woodbrook Road to remove 6ft from the height of a mixed hedge in the conservation area on the boundary of Dormer House and The Gables for Mrs Simona Ward.
ALSAGER: Steve Robinson, 1 Greenfields Drive has applied for a two-storey side extension and a single-storey front porch with the side extension to comprise a kitchen and living room with a third bedroom with en-suite above.
ASHLEY: A further application has been submitted at South Arden Lodge, Mobberley Road by agents Fisher German in relation to the change of use of a garage associated with South Arden Lodge to one holiday let.
ASTBURY: Mr R Menzies, Innovo Uk, has submitted the conversion of and an extension to a former agricultural building to a single-storey dwelling and associated access on land opposite Hillside View, Mow Lane.
BADDILEY: Applicant G J Skelton has submitted plans on land adjacent to Mount Pleasant, Baddiley Lane for a new dwelling following outline approval.
BETCHTON: An exceptional, innovative subterranean dwelling has been put forward on land at Dean Hill, Newcastle Road by applicant A Bebbington.
BOLLINGTON: Applications for two-storey rear extensions have been submitted at 7 and 9 Hurst Lane to be built in conjunction for Joanne Dew at no 7 and Mrs Power at no 9.
BRERETON HEATH: At Willow House, Brereton Heath Lane Cameron Bryant is seeking the construction of a timber log cabin consisting of a living room, shower room and therapy room with a spa/hot tub to be used as a therapy space.
BRERETON: An application has been submitted at Wellcroft, Newcastle Road for a certificate of proposed lawful use for an extension to the dwelling for Mr and Mrs P G and C G Briggs.
CONGLETON: A non material amendment is proposed to an approval on land off Windsor Place in relation to the construction of 12 dwellings, the widening of Windsor Place and the demolition of a group of domestic outbuildings/garages for Seb Evason, Zidane Properties UK.
CONGLETON: A variation to an approval for the construction of 201 dwellings off Macclesfield Road is being sought by Carl Jones, Redrow Homes North West.
CONGLETON: Alterations have been put in to landscaping at the front of 10 Quarry Close including a reinforced grass driveway for occasional vehicular access to an approved detached garage in the rear garden and the replacement of a single gate with a pair of driveway gates of a similar design for Mr and Mrs Calder.
CONGLETON: An outline application has been submitted at Hawthorn Cottage, Harvey Road for the demolition of Hawthorn Cottage and the erection of 49 dwellings with the formation of a new vehicle and pedestrian access from Goredale Close for David Poyner, Davico Properties UK.
CONGLETON: Applicants Dv8 at the Robin Hood, Buxton Road are seeking the demolition of pub extensions to be replaced with a new extension for wedding venues.
CONGLETON: At 25 Crescent Road prior approval of a single-storey rear extension is being requested by applicant Mrs Hamilton.
CONGLETON: Two further applications have been made in relation to the £90m Congleton Link Road, a 5.7km single carriageway link between the A534 Sandbach Road and the A536 Macclesfield Road, by Jonathan Graham for the contractor at the Viking Way site office. The project is seen as a major economic driver for the town with the potential to create 3,000 jobs, 2,400 new homes and 20 hectares of new employment land to attract new businesses, all of which could deliver £13m into the local economy.
CRANAGE: At Holly Cottage, Sandy Lane prior approval of a single-storey rear extension is being requested by Sheila Lynch
CRANAGE: Mr and Mrs S Gardner, Silver Birches, New Platt Lane have submitted a two-storey side extension and a first-floor extension over a garage.
CREWE: Josh Martin, 8 Aldersey Road is seeking a dropped kerb to enable access into the front garden that will be used as a driveway.
DISLEY: An application at Coppice Farm, Coppice Lane could see the demolition of the dwelling and the erection of a replacement if Darren Pentney gains permission.
DISLEY: Nazia Khaleeq, Holly House, Homestead Road has made a further application in relation to an approval for the replacement of a glazed façade with a new feature and a two-storey rear extension.
HIGH LEGH: A lawful development certificate for alterations to the roof to include changing hips to gables is being sought at Chesham House, Moss Lane, Sink Moss by Ian O’Connor.
HIGH LEGH: Applicant M T Hatton, MUD Ltd has made a further application on Northwood Lane relating to the demolition of two large commercial units and their replacement with three new build dwellings.
HIGH LEGH: At 5 Ulviet Gate a single-storey rear extension with an orangery roof has been put forward by Mr and Mrs Byrne.
HOLMES CHAPEL: An application has been submitted at 108 London Road for the construction of two new dwellings by the James Hay Pension Trust.
KNUTSFORD: Planning permission and listed building consent is being sought at 4 King Street by applicant Ms Keighran, Merge Games Ltd for the demolition of an annexe and its replacement with a ground-floor rear extension with a small extension at first-floor to allow for a new staircase, new conservation roof lights to the rear pitch of the roof only and associated alterations.
KNUTSFORD: Proposals have been submitted at Booths Supermarket, 2b Stanley Road for a lawful development certificate for the installation of four electric vehicle charging bays with associated equipment for Paul Hicks InstaVolt Ltd.
LOWER WITHINGTON: Wood Cottage, Leach Lane could see a replacement dwelling, a detached garage and associated landscape works if agents Urban Imprint gain permission.
MACCLESFIELD: A change of use from ground-floor professional services and first-floor residential to ground-floor and first-floor serviced apartments has been put forward by James Luther at 47 and 47A Churchside.
MACCLESFIELD: A further application has been made at the Georgian And Waterside Mill, Park Green in relation to the demolition of on site buildings and the erection of 67 dwellings with associated car parking and landscaping by the Peaks and Plains Housing Trust.
MACCLESFIELD: At 43 Tatton Place a change of land use to domestic curtilage has been put forward by Lewis Jones.
MACCLESFIELD: Chris and Marcelle Allison, 15 Tatton Place have put forward a garage conversion, a single-storey rear extension and associated alterations.
MACCLESFIELD: Matthew Shipman, Bellway Homes, Manchester has submitted an application on land between Chelford Road, Henbury and Whirley Road for 23 dwellings, vehicular access, roads and foot ways, hard and soft landscaping, drainage and other associated works.
MACCLESFIELD: Prior approval for a change of use from office units to two flats is being sought by Mr C Roberts, Mammut UK Ltd at 1 and 2, Brookside Mill, 14 Brook Street.
MACCLESFIELD: The Baths Hotel, 40 Green Street could see a change of use from a public house to a dwelling house if Tim Bell gains approval.
MERE: At Gai Logis, Chester Road a new vehicular access to the front has been put forward by Mr and Mrs A Meehan.
MOBBERLEY: An application has been submitted by Ben Smith at Blakeley Farm, Blakeley Lane for the conversion of a dwelling into two dwellings including a single-storey side extension to dwelling 1 and a two-storey side extension and rear extension to dwelling 2. The conversion of barn 1 to form a six bedroom dwelling with a first-floor addition is also proposed along with the conversion of barn 2 to form a three bedroom dwelling and the provision of a parking/turning area and gardens including the demolition of agricultural buildings.
MOBBERLEY: Anthony Baldwin, Pine Tree Cottage, Hall Lane has submitted plans to move the entrance to the house and resurface the existing stone paving with natural stone cobbles.
MOBBERLEY: Chris Anderton, Edge View Farm, Paddock Hill Lane is seeking a lawful development certificate for an existing extension of the domestic curtilage to provide a widened drive and turning area, the erection of a single-storey rear extension and a single-storey link and the erection of stable blocks and a garage.
MOBBERLEY: The construction of a 32m x 20m ménage has been put forward by Caroline Lawrence on land near Ostlers Lane.
MOSTON: An application has been submitted at The Croft, Booth Lane for a detached garden store, potting shed and greenhouse to the rear garden of the dwelling for Mr and Mrs C Plant.
MOTTRAM ST ANDREW: Mottram Hall Hotel, Wilmslow Road could see the demolition of a single-storey brick 1980s extension and shed and the addition of a single-storey fully glazed tea room if applicants Champneys Health Resorts gain planning permission and listed building consent.
NANTWICH: A further application has been made at the Methodist Church, Hospital Street in relation to an approval involving features of the narrow gauge railway at the church including a canopy, a signal box and a single-storey extension to the engine shed/store.
OVER ALDERLEY: An extension to the dwelling is proposed by Haydar Fathulla at Birtles Farm, Hocker Lane.
POYNTON: At 82 Dickens Lane prior approval of a single-storey extension is being requested by Oliver Mason.
PRESTBURY: A non-material amendment is being sought at 4 Little Meadow Close in relation to the demolition of the two-storey house to provide two new detached dwellings for Ken Towle, Mellington Estates.
PRESTBURY: Applications for planning permission and listed building consent have been submitted at Graythwaite Barn, Macclesfield Road for the conversion of a neglected agricultural building to form one residential dwelling including associated vehicle parking and private amenity space for Rosalind Ritchie.
RIDLEY: At 2 Weaver House, Ridley Croft Barns, Wrexham Road a single-storey oak framed rear extension has been put forward by Mr and Mrs Quinton.
SANDBACH: Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College, Middlewich Road has submitted plans for a two-storey extension to the Henshall Building.
SHAVINGTON: A further application has been submitted on land to the rear of 46 Chestnut Avenue in relation to approval for the demolition of no 46 and the erection of 44 dwellings including access and associated works by Aynsley Finnen, Wainhomes Northwest.
SHAVINGTON: Oliver Pepper, 7 Hunter Avenue is seeking prior approval of a ground-floor rear extension.
SIDDINGTON: An application has been submitted at Bank View Farm, Hodgehill Lane for the demolition of the farm house and a replacement dwelling to be constructed with alterations to the site access and associated external works for Caroline Jackson
SIDDINGTON: Applicant J W Rigby at Cheshire Nurseries, Salters Lane is seeking a certificate of lawful existing use for the storage of motor vehicles.
SOMERFORD BOOTHS: The demolition of a storage building and the construction of a detached dwelling with an outbuilding has been submitted by applicant Mr Taylor, Daniel Taylor Ltd at Tanyard Farm Nursery, Tanyard Farm, Mill Lane.
SOMERFORD: Mr J Barlow, Barlow and Dawson Developments has submitted plans on land off Black Firs Lane for two dwellings with detached garages.
SPURSTOW: Mr and Mrs Parr, Coxey Green Farm, Bathwood Lane have put forward a two-storey extension and alterations to the house, a new driveway to the present entrance and a new car port.
SPURSTOW: Mr I Brookes has put in for the erection of one detached dwelling house with associated access, parking and landscaping near Hillview, Whitchurch Road.
SUTTON: Proposals have been submitted at Broad Oak Farm, Leek Old Road for the conversion of a barn to a dwelling for Laura Mayall.
WILMSLOW: An application has been submitted at 17 Hall Road for single-storey side and rear extensions and a rear dormer for Mr and Mrs Haresnape.
WILMSLOW: At Wood Farm, Burleyhurst Lane a barn conversion has been put forward by Mr and Mrs N Bennett.
WILMSLOW: Mr and Mrs Frank and Cherryl Cohen, Brindlow, 32, Prestbury Road are seeking a certificate of lawful proposed development of a single-storey extension.
WILMSLOW: Plans at 7 Bourne Street could see a rear and side extension at ground and first-floors levels if Emma Short gains permission.
WINTERLEY: An application at Bridge House Farm, Bridgehouse Lane for the conversion of a traditional piggery and outbuilding to a single dwelling including a link extension and associated development has been submitted by Mrs B Sutton.
WRENBURY: Prior approval is being sought for a change of use of an agricultural building at Hawksbill Hall, Hollyhurst Road to a dwelling by David Goodyear.