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Barton in Fabis Parish (Land South of Clifton)

Local Plan status:

Land south of Clifton is a Strategic Allocation in the Local Plan Part 1: Core Strategy (adopted December 2014).

Under policy 3 and policy 24, land south of Clifton is allocated for 3,000 houses, around 20 hectares of employment development, a neighbourhood centre and other facilities.

Planning Application Status: An outline planning application is currently under consideration for this site. See below.

July 2014 - A planning application has now been submitted to and registered by Rushcliffe Borough Council, involving land to the South of Clifton, to the east and west of Nottingham Road.  The proposed development has the following description:-

Outline application for the development of a sustainable urban extension comprising residential development up to a maximum of 3000 dwellings, employment development incorporating a maximum of 100,000sq m of B1,B2  and B8, retail development ( Classes A1 - A5); community buildings; leisure uses, schools, gypsy and traveller pitches, access to the site, new roads, footpaths and cycleways; green infrastructure including a new community park, ancillary infrastructure and groundworks.

For information the classes above relate to the following uses:-

A1 Shops, A2 Financial and Professional Services, A3 Restaurants and Cafes, A4 Drinking Establishments, A5 Hot Food Takeways, B1 Business including offices, research and light industry, B2 general industry and B8 Storage or Distribution.

To view the plans and documents go to the Planning Online website and enter application reference 14/01417/OUT

Alternatively the documents can also be viewed in full at the Rushcliffe Community Contact Centre , Rectory Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 6BN  and at Clifton Library. Southchurch Drive, Clifton.

The application will be publicised widely and consultation will start week commencing 28 July 2014.

Any comments on the application should be submitted in writing to Rushcliffe Borough Council or online by using the blueprint website and should be received by the 1 September 2014.

Bingham

Local Plan status:

Land North of Bingham is a Strategic Allocation in the Local Plan Part 1: Core Strategy (adopted December 2014).

Under policy 3 and policy 21, the site is allocated for around 1,000 houses, up to 15.5 hectares of employment development, a neighbourhood centre and other facilities.

Planning Application Status: Outline planning permission has been granted for this site. See below

December 2013 - Planning permission granted for up to 1000 houses, 15.6 ha of employment land, 1.6 ha mixed use site, neighbourhood centre (retail, community centre, etc), amenity open space and community park.

The plans and accompanying information are available to view through the Planning Online website using the application reference 10/01962/OUT.

April 2013 - The application was considered by the Borough Council’s Development Control Committee on 18 April, 2013 when it was resolved to grant planning permission subject to the prior signing of a legal agreement which would include the provision of affordable housing, the provision of a site for a community hall and allotments, financial contributions towards improvement of leisure and wellbeing facilities, provision of primary school, financial contribution to improvement of Toothill School and new health centre, integrated transport contributions to include bus pass/travel voucher scheme, extension of bus services, improvements to station car park and footway/cycleway links.

The Committee report can be viewed via the following link :

http://www.rushcliffe.gov.uk/media/rushcliffe/media/documents/pdf/councilanddemocracy/2013/april/18aprildcc/Complete%20Agenda%2018%20April%202013.pdf

Other large sites in Bingham not allocated in the Core Strategy:

Aldi, 64 Nottingham Road.

March 2015 - The application was considered by the Borough Council’s Development Control Committee on 19 March 2015 when it was resolved to grant planning permission subject to the prior signing of a legal agreement.

December 2014 - A planning application was received at the beginning of December for a new retail food store (with a retail floor area measuring 1254m2) on Nottingham Road which would replace the existing garage, warehouse and 3 dwellings at the site. The application also includes an associated car park, service/delivery area and landscaping scheme.

The plans and accompanying information are available to view through the Planning Online website using the application reference 14/02549/FUL.

Lidl, land west of Chapel Lane

March 2015 - The application was considered by the Borough Council’s Development Control Committee on 19 March 2015 when it was resolved to grant planning permission subject to the prior signing of a legal agreement.  

A planning application was received at the beginning of December for a new retail food store (with a retail area measuring 1286.4sq m) on the west side of Chapel Lane and north of the level crossing. The application also includes an associated car parking and service area as well as associated works.

The plans and accompanying information, including an ecological and tree survey are available, to view through the Planning Online website using the application Ref. 14/02429/FUL

Land East Of Chapel Lane (Tesco superstore)

March 2013 - The application was granted planning permission on 11 March 2013. A copy of the Officer’s report and the decision notice can be viewed on our Planning Online website using the reference 10/01853/FUL

November 2010 - An application for full planning permission has been received for a Tesco store (with a sales area of 2280 sq m) at land to the east of Chapel Lane Bingham, to the north of the railway line. The application also includes car parking, a bus stop, pedestrian linkages to the town centre a petrol filling station, landscaping, recycling facilities and access road. The plans and accompanying information are available to view through the Planning Online website using the application reference 10/01853/FUL.

Cotgrave

Local Plan status:

The former Cotgrave Colliery is a Strategic Allocation in the Local Plan Part 1: Core Strategy (adopted December 2014).

Under policy 3 and policy 23, the former Cotgrave Colliery is allocated for 470 houses and around 4.5 hectares of employment development.

Status: Outline planning permission granted March 2011. Reserved matters has also been approved for the residential element of the scheme. Site is now under construction.

Planning application status:

August 2014 - Three associated applications have been determined:

An application for 15 dwellings and associated works, including roads, cycleways, footpaths and car parking; form 2 access points onto Hollygate Lane (revisions to layout submitted under 13/01973/REM). This application sought to provide two private drive access points from Hollygate Lane which would result in changes to the approved layout in 13/01973/REM. The details of the application can be viewed under planning reference number 13/02479/FUL via the Planning Online website

An application to vary three conditions (24, 49 and 50) of outline planning permission 10/00559/OUT under planning reference 14/00075/VAR. The application sought a variation in respect of the certification of topsoil, phasing of delivery of the pedestrian/cycle bridge and highway access works. The details of the application can be viewed via the Planning Online website using reference 14/00075/VAR

An application to vary condition 45(ix) of planning permission 10/00559/OUT to allow for an alternative point of access to the Country Park car park from Hollygate Lane (14/ 00822/VAR). The details of the application can be viewed via the Planning Online website using reference 14/00822/VAR

A further subsequent application for revisions to the approved scheme under 10/00559/OUT and 13/01973/REM was submitted for Phase 1 (part),  for 116 homes (75 x 2, 3, 4 & 5 bed homes for sale and 41 affordable 1, 2 & 3 bed homes) with associated highways, landscape design and access (revisions to approved scheme). The details can be viewed via the Planning Online website under reference 14/01405/FUL

January 2014 - The reserved matters application 13/01973/REM, for 450 dwellings on the former Colliery site, was approved on the 31 January 2014. It will be the first residential development in the county to have achieved top marks in a new national accreditation system Building for Life 12 which recognises excellence in design quality, safety and community. Construction work is expected to start shortly with the first homes anticipated to be ready by late 2014/early 2015. It will be known as Hollygate Park and will be built by sister companies Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes, bringing jobs and investment to the local area.

March 2011- Outline planning permission granted on 30 March 2011 for a mixed employment and residential scheme of up to 470 houses with an accompanying S106 legal agreement. The details of the outline application at the former Cotgrave Colliery can be viewed on our Planning Online website under reference number 10/00559/OUT

November 2010- Following the resolution of the Development Control Committee on 18 November 2010, the planning application for outline planning permission at the former Cotgrave colliery site was referred to the Government Office of the East Midlands. The Secretary of State confirmed that he did not wish to intervene in the process, so the Council was free to determine the planning application as Local Planning Authority once the legal agreement had been signed.

East Leake

Land To East Of Meeting House Close, Costock Road

February 2014 – The application was considered at the Development Control Committee on 13 February 2014 where it was resolved to grant planning permission subject to the signing of a S106 agreement.

November 2013 - An outline planning application has been received for the construction of up to 150 houses with associated with associated infrastructure; overspill car park for cricket and rugby club.

The site comprises approximately 6.6ha of agricultural land and is located to the east of Meeting House Close and to the south of Costock Road, off of which the development would be accessed.  Details of the application are available to view on Planning Online website‌ under reference number 13/02228/OUT

Land South of Meeting House Close

November 2013 - The application was considered at the Development Control Committee on 17 October 2013, where it was resolved to grant permission, subject to the signing of a S106 Agreement in respect of affordable housing and open space provision and contributions towards improved health, education, transport, library and sports and play provision in the area. Planning permission was granted on 8 November 2013 and details of the application can be viewed on our Planning Online website‌ ‎under reference number 13/01263/FUL

June 2013 - A revised application was received in June 2013. As before this was for the construction of 61 dwellings.

February 2013 - The application was refused on on a number of grounds. A copy of the Officer’s report and the decision notice can be viewed on our Planning Online website‌ under reference number 12/01887/FUL

November 2012 - A full planning application was received for the construction of 61 dwellings with associated access roads, footways, parking and garaging, landscaping, open space and a balancing pond. The site comprises of approximately 2 ½ hectares of agricultural land to the south of Meeting House Close. The site extends to Mill Lane to the south and towards Castle Hill to the west.

Land East of Kirk Ley Road

October 2013- On the 2 October 2013 the Section 106 legal agreement was signed and the decision notice issued granting outline planning permission for the development.  A copy of the decision notice can be viewed on our Planning Online website‌ under reference number 12/01840/OUT

May 2013- At the Development Control Committee Meeting of 16 May 2013 Members resolved to authorise the Executive Manager, Communities to grant planning permission, subject to the prior signing of a Section 106 legal agreement to secure enhancements to primary school education facilities, health care provision, libraries, public open space both on and off site, and non-car modes of transport.

October 2012 - An outline planning application has been received for the construction of up to 175 houses with associated access, surface water balancing and landscaping. The site would also include open space including a children’s play area, a community park & nature trail and a nature park.

The site comprises approximately 15ha of agricultural land and is located to the east of Kirk Ley Road and Brookside and to the north of Rempstone Road. The site does not include, but would surround, the Nursery site (Micropropagation Services (EM) Ltd) on Kirk Lea Road. Details of the application are available to view on our Planning Online website‌ under reference 12/01840/OUT

Land adjacent Woodgate Road

April 2015 - The application was granted planning permission under delegated powers. The details can be viewed via the Planning Online website‌ under reference 14/02313/FUL.

October 2014 – A full planning application has been received for a revised scheme, comprising the erection of 82 dwellings, with associated access works and open space provision. Details of this application can be viewed using our Planning Online website‌, under the reference 14/02313/FUL

June 2013 - The application was considered at the Development Control Committee on 13 June 2013, where it was resolved to grant permission, subject to the signing of a S106 Agreement in respect of affordable housing and open space provision and contributions towards improved health, education, transport, library and sports and play provision in the area. Planning permission was granted on 4 September 2013.

January 2013 - An outline planning application has been received for the construction of up to 65 dwellings, access, amenity space, allotments with car park and an attenuation pond.  The site is a triangular parcel of land measuring approximately 5.7 hectares which lies to the north west of Woodgate Road and to the south west of Sycamore Road and Orchard Close. The application seeks permission for the means of access to the site to be off Woodgate Road, with all other matters reserved. Details of the application are available to view on our planning application website Planning Online website

Land Off Lantern Lane

August 2014 – Reserved Matters for the erection of 170 dwellings (outline permission 12/01821/OUT) was approved 18 August 2014.   The details can be viewed via the Planning Online website‌ under reference 14/00815/REM

May 2013 - An outline planning application has been received for the construction of up to 170 houses, a new primary school annexe building, associated access, public open space, surface water balancing and landscaping. The site is located to the north of Lantern Lane, opposite Harry Carlton Secondary School, and to the east of Sharpley Drive. Details of the application are available to view on our Planning Online website‌ under reference 14/00815/REM

Keyworth

Platt Lane

January 2015 - Application withdrawn

June 2013 - Outline planning permission (with appearance, landscaping, layout and scale being reserved for future approval)  has been submitted for a residential development of up to 200 dwellings, creation of two new access points and associated public open space, landscaping and drainage infrastructure on 9ha of land to the north west of Platt Lane, Keyworth. The plans and accompanying information are available to view through the Planning Online website using the application reference number 13/01197/OUT

Kingston on Soar

T Baden Hardstaff Ltd, Gotham Road

January 2015 – Planning permission granted for the below development.

June 2014 - A Hybrid planning application (part outline and part full) has been submitted by T Baden-Hardstaff Ltd for the development of a ‘Dual-Fuel Technology Centre of Excellence’, including research and development, training, workshop conference and associated residential accommodation buildings. Details of the application are available for inspection on the planning pages of our Planning Online website under reference 14/01406/HYBRID

Radcliffe on Trent

Land north of Nottingham Road

April 2015- The application was considered at the Development Control Committee on 29 May 2015, where it was resolved by the committee to refusal planning permission.

January 2014 - An outline planning application was received for the construction of up to 300 dwellings, the formation of a primary access to the site, infrastructure, open space provision, surface water attenuation and formation of surface water storage ponds. Details of the application are available to view on our Planning Online websiteunder reference number 13/02498/OUT

This is a revised application following refusal of planning permission at the site in January 2013. A copy of the previous decision notice and officer's report can be viewed on Planning Online website under reference number 12/01628/OUT

Land Off Shelford Road (Shelford Road Farm)

November 2013 - An outline planning application has been received for residential development of up to 400 dwellings, a primary school and health centre and associated infrastructure, including highway and pedestrian access, open space and structural landscaping on 19.6ha of land off Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent.

The plans and accompanying information are available to view on our Planning Online website under reference number 13/02329/OUT

Ruddington

Land off Pasture Lane

January 2014 - Following the signing of a section 106 legal agreement to secure enhancements to primary school education facilities, libraries, public open space, wildlife habitats off site, and non-car modes of transport, planning permission was granted on 20 January 2014 for the erection of 102 dwellings, including public open space, landscaping and ancillary engineering works. A copy of the decision notice can be viewed via the Planning Online website using the application reference number 12/01199/FUL

July 2012 - A planning application has been received from Bellway Homes Ltd for the erection of 106 dwellings, including public open space, landscaping and engineering works. The site is off Pasture Lane, to the south of an existing housing development and to the north of the British Gypsum factory. Details are available to view on our planning Planning Online website using the application reference number 12/01199/FUL

Shelford and Newton Parish (RAF Newton)

Local Plan status:

Former RAF Newton is a Strategic Allocation in the Local Plan Part 1: Core Strategy (adopted December 2014).

Under policy 3 and policy 22, the former RAF Newton site is allocated for around 550 houses, around 6.5 hectares of employment development, a primary school, community centre and other facilities.

Planning Application Status: Outline planning permission granted January 2014.

January 2014 - Following the resolution of the Development Control Committee on the 12 December 2012 to support the grant of planning permission the planning application was referred to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. The Secretary of State confirmed that he did not wish to intervene in the process so the Council is free to determine the planning application as Local Planning Authority once the legal agreement has been signed. This agreement has now been finalised and planning permission was granted on 30 January 2014. A copy of the decision notice can be viewed on our Planning Online website using reference 10/02105/OUT

December 2012 - An outline planning application has been received on Land at RAF Newton for a development consisting of up to 500 dwellings, up to 50 live/ work units, 5.22 ha of new employment land (including provision for light industry (Class B1), general industry (Class B2) and storage or distribution (Class B8).

The application also includes 1000sqm of space for ancillary community and retail uses, provision of land for a new primary school, associated open and recreational space and landscaping. The existing hangars are proposed to be retained for employment purposes. The plans and accompanying information are available to view through the Planning Online website using the application reference 10/02105/OUT

Stanford on Soar Parish (Stanford Hall)

June 2013 -The applications were considered at the Development Control Committee on 13 June 2013, where it was resolved to grant planning permission and Listed Building Consent, the former subject to a S106 Agreement relating to heritage and integrated transport matters. Planning permission and Listed Building Consent were granted on 11 October 2013.

December 2012 - The council has received a planning application for development at Stanford Hall, which is a Grade II* Listed Building. This is a ‘hybrid’ application, in two parts. The first is a full application for the construction of a defence rehabilitation establishment for injured members of the armed forces and is based on the conversion and reuse of the Hall and new buildings and redevelopment of some existing buildings within the grounds. The second part of the application is in outline form and is for the creation of a national clinical rehabilitation facility for civilian patients within the grounds.

A second, related application has also been received for Listed Building Consent for repairs, alterations and extensions to the Hall and works to various Listed buildings and structures within the grounds.

The planning application and Listed Building application are available to view on our website Planning Online website using planning reference 12/02070/HYBRID

Tollerton Parish (land east of Gamston/north of Tollerton)

Local Plan status:

East of Gamston/North of Tollerton is a Strategic Allocation in the Local Plan Part 1: Core Strategy (adopted December 2014).

Under policy 3 and policy 25, the site is allocated for around 2,500 houses up to 2028 with up to a further 1,500 homes post 2028, around 20 hectares of employment development, a neighbourhood centre and other community facilities as appropriate.

Planning Application Status: No planning applications have been received.

West Bridgford/Edwalton

Local Plan status:

Land off Melton Road, Edwalton is a Strategic Allocation in the Local Plan Part 1: Core Strategy (adopted December 2014).

Under policy 3 and policy 20, the site is allocated for 1,500 houses, up to 4 hectares of B1 and/or employment generating development, a neighbourhood centre and other community facilities as appropriate.

The draft Edwalton Development Framework SPD was consulted on between 18 February 2015 and 31 March 2015. The purpose of the draft SPD is to provide guidance for the preparation and determination of planning applications on the land at Melton Road, Edwalton. One of its key roles is to identify detailed infrastructure requirements in order to ensure that new facilities are provided in a co-ordinated manner.

Planning application Status: Several planning applications for parts of the site currently under consideration. See below.

North Of Wheatcrofts Garden Centre  & West Of Melton Road

October 2015- The planning application was considered by the Council’s Development Control Committee on 27 October 2015, where it was resolved to grant planning permission. A copy of the decision notice and accompanying S106 Undertaking can be found on our website.

June 2014- An application for full planning permission for 388 residential dwellings with associated parking and garages; open space; landscaping and access has been received from Bovis Homes and John A Wells Ltd. Details are available to view on our Planning Online website‌ under reference number 14/01238/FUL

Land To SW Of Edwalton Lodge Close

October 2015- The planning application was considered by the Council’s Development Control Committee on 27 October 2015, where it was resolved to grant planning permission. A copy of the decision notice and accompanying S106 Undertaking can be found on our website.

January 2015 – A planning application has been received from Taylor Wimpey for residential development in the form of 280 houses, including 85 affordable units, on land to the south west of Edwalton Lodge Close. The proposals include a new point of access, via a traffic signal controlled junction onto Melton Road, as well as associated landscaping, play areas etc. Details of the application can be found on the Planning Online website‌ under the reference 14/02715/FUL

Land North Of Gamston Lings Bar Road And East Of Melton Road

October 2015- The planning application was considered by the Council’s Development Control Committee on 27 October 2015, where it was resolved to grant planning permission. A copy of the decision notice and accompanying S106 Undertaking can be found on our website.

February 2015 – A planning application has been received from Barratt Homes North Midlands for 271 dwellings, open space, play area, landscaping, surface water attenuation area, internal roads and associated infrastructure. Details of the application can be found on the Planning Online website‌ using reference 15/00339/FUL

Waitrose & Cranford Developments (Land north of Landmere Lane and west of Melton Road Edwalton)

June 2014 - The planning application was considered by the Council’s Development Control Committee on 12 June 2014, where it was resolved to grant planning permission. Following receipt of confirmation that the Secretary of State did not want to call-in the application planning permission was granted on 26 June. A copy of the decision notice and accompanying S106 Undertaking can be found on our website.

January 2014 - A full planning application has been received for the erection of a new foodstore (Waitrose) with a floorspace of 3,716m² gross and a 2742m² sales area. There would also be 4 smaller retail/commercial units, a 225 space car park with provision for public transport and associated landscaping and servicing areas.

The applicants say that their proposal would deliver the retail component of the outline permission and also provide the highway junction works from Melton Road that would serve the wider approved development on the west site of Melton Road.

The application can be viewed at the Customer Contact Centre and on our Planning Online website‌ under the following reference number 14/00001/FUL

Older permissions

April 2011– Approval has now been given to the layout and design of 357 of the proposed houses on part of the site and for the main spine road through the site. Details can be viewed on the Planning Online website under the reference 10/01081/REM. In addition the developer has submitted details to discharge a number of conditions imposed on the outline planning permission, reference 08/00664/OUT. Of particular note are the details of the Community Park and Green Infrastructure, which have been developed from the framework approved as part of the outline planning permission.

April 2013 – Permission granted to vary condition 9 of the outline permission (08/00664/OUT). Under the outline permission, the main access to development on both sides of the Melton Road was via a single junction, involving an underpass arrangement, with a road passing under Melton Road to link the two areas of development. Under 12/00883/VAR permission has been granted to replace this with 3 separate points of access at surface level, directly onto Melton Road. The application, plans and accompanying documents are available to view through the Planning Online website‌ using the application reference number 12/00883/VAR

Other large West Bridgford sites not allocated in the Core Strategy:

Central College, Greythorn Drive

November 2015- Planning permission granted under delegated powers. A copy of the decision notice and accompanying S106 Undertaking can be found on our website.

December 2014- A planning application was received in December for the demolition of existing college buildings and erection of 103 residential dwellings with associated access, garaging and parking. The plans and accompanying information are available to view through the Planning Online website‌ site using the application reference 14/02716/FUL

Centenary House, 1 Wilford Lane

April 2015 – Planning permission was granted for the demolition of existing buildings and erection of retirement apartments subject to a Section 106 Agreement

A planning application has been received for the demolition of existing buildings and erection of 36 [category II - retirement living] retirement apartments including communal facilities, car parking and landscaping. The plans and accompanying information are available to view through the Planning Online website‌ using the application reference 14/01637/FUL

Former Becket School, Wilford Lane

March 2015 –Planning permission was granted under delegated powers for assisted living accommodation.

A planning application has been received for the proposed erection of assisted living (extra care) (C2) accommodation for the elderly, including provision of communal facilities, car parking and landscaping. The plans and accompanying information are available to view through the Planning Online website‌ using the application reference 14/02015/FUL

Land on Wilford Lane (Sainsburys)

January 2015 - Two related planning applications were received in June 2014 from Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd in respect of introducing a Petrol Filling Station within the approved foodstore site. Details of these applications can be found on our Planning Online website‌ under reference numbers 14/01389/FUL and 14/01414/VAR. The applications were considered at the Council’s Development Control Committee on 4 December 2014, where it was resolved to grant planning permission subject to the prior signing of a deed of variation to the original S106 agreement for the foodstore. On completion of this agreement the planning permissions have been granted in January 2015.

October 2012 - At the Development Control meeting of 16 August members resolved to authorise the Head of Planning and Place Shaping to grant planning permission, subject to the application not being called in for determination by the Secretary of State and subject to the prior signing of a Section 106 legal agreement to secure enhancements to non-car modes of transport, air quality monitoring, biodiversity measures and a travel plan. The Secretary of State has confirmed that he does not wish to ‘call-in’ the application and, following the signing of the S106 Agreement, planning permission has been granted. Details of the application and the decision are available to view on our website Planning Online website‌under reference 12/00564/FUL

April 2012 - A planning application has been submitted on behalf of Sainsbury’s Supermarkets for the construction of a 9700sqm gross (4646sqm net sales area)  foodstore (Use Class A1) with ancillary customer restaurant and concession units; associated servicing, car parking and parent pick-up/drop-off parking area, landscaping and highways works. The site has a frontage onto Wilford Lane and access from the Beckett Way and includes land previously occupied by The Chateau Public House/restaurant.

Rushcliffe Arena, Rugby Road

March 2015 - The application was considered by the Borough Council’s Development Control Committee on 19 March 2015 when it was resolved to grant planning permission subject to the prior signing of a legal agreement. 

June 2014 - A full application has been received for the proposed partial demolition and redevelopment of the arena site; creation of new leisure facilities incorporating 25m x 6 lane pool, fitness studios and squash courts with new offices and civic hub. Details of the application can be found on our Planning Online website‌ under reference number 14/01290/FUL

January 2015- Revised plans have been received showing a revised design and layout of the building (including provision of 6 bowls lanes). Changes have also been proposed to the car parking layout.



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