What’s being planned where you live in Ashfield?

What's being planned where you live?
What's being planned where you live?

Latest planning applications submitted to Ashfield District Council include:

Remove existing fencing and replace with 2.4 metres-high palisade fencing – Quarrydale Academy, Stoneyford Road, Sutton;

Erection of 15-metres-high monopole to support six telecommunications antennae. installation of two dishes and two ground-based equipment cabinets – Selston Parish Hall & Recreation Ground, Mansfield Road, Selston;

Single-storey rear extension and two-storey annex for ancillary living accommodation – 63 Fackley Way, Stanton Hill;

Two-storey rear extension – 4 Berristow Grange, Sutton;

Fell ash tree and replace with standard hornbeam – Wren Hall Nursing Home, 234 Nottingham Road, Selston;

Extension to provide workshop, storage and office areas and associated car parking and loading facilities – Lamtek, Wolsey Drive, Kirkby;

Two-storey rear extension, first-floor extension to front and new pitched roof to garage – 31 Derby Road, Kirkby;

Approval of details reserved by condition eight of approval V/2013/0656 – Land east of Sutton Road and south of King’s Mill Road East, Kirkby;

Replacement of hipped roof with gable roof, repositioning of solar panels and loft conversion – 29 Broomhill Road, Hucknall;

Change of use to domestic curtilage including parking – Land adjacent Old Pumping Station site, Bestwood Road, Hucknall;

Single-storey side extension – 30 Broomhill Road, Hucknall;

Two-storey side and single-storey rear extension – 43 Ascot Drive, Hucknall;

Dwelling – Land at 21a Farleys Lane, Hucknall;

Conservatory to rear – 11 Annies Close, Hucknall.