Latest planning applications

Here are the latest planning applications for the Eastwood & Kimberley Advertiser area.

Brinsley

GARAGE: Mr and Mrs M. Swann have been given permission to build a detached garage, front wall and gate at 38 Moor Road. 
For more on this and the following applications visit www.broxtowe.gov.uk

Eastwood

FENCE: Mr C. Wood wants to retain his fence and gates at 31 to 33 Greenhills Road.

DOG GROOMING: Alison Fielding wants to change the use of Hilltop Post Office from retail to dog grooming.
The site address is 231 Nottingham Road.

Newthorpe

EXTENSIONS: Mr Thomas Thompson has applied to build side and rear extensions, a porch and garage at 74 Mill Road.

INDUSTRIAL: Mr Mel Straw from Caunton Investments Ltd has been given permission to build an industrial unit at Flo Gas, Engine Lane, Moorgreen Industrial Park.

Kimberley

REFUSED: Mr David Riley has been refused permission to retain a wooden cabin at Westby Lane, Babbington Village.

SHOP FRONT: Mr Barry Hutsby wants to build a new shop front at Kimberley Funeral Service, 35 Main Street.

Nuthall

ACCESS: Mr and Mrs P. Robinson have applied to make rear extension and internal alterations, and form new access into the existing cellar.
The site address is 8 Kimberley Road.
The same couple have applied for listed building consent to demolish an existing rear extension and contruct a single storey rear extension.
They also want to insert two ground floor sash windows.

Jacksdale

HOUSES: Mr C. Knight has submitted a planning application to build two houses at 58 Laverick Road in Jacksdale.
For more on this and the following applications visit www.ashfield-dc.gov.uk.

Selston

CONSERVATORY: Mr and Mrs J. Cooper want to build a conservatory to the front of their property at 234 Alfreton Road.

EXTENSION: Mrs W. McGuiness wants to build a single-storey extension to the front and side of her property at 29 Commonside. She also wants to make alterations to create two bedrooms in the roof.

Underwood

TOILET: An application has been submitted to extend a tea rooms to provide toilet facilities. The applicant is Mrs V. J. Brudenell, of VJ Brudenell Trustees and the site address is Felley Farmhouse Cafe at Felley Priory.