Yoxall Parish Council

Yoxall Parish Council

 

Current Planning Applications/Approvals/Rejections.

Dec 22, 2020

Latest Planning Applications/Approvals/Rejections.

Applications awaiting approval.

 

Application 00899, Dunstall lane. Conversion of egg unit at Woodland Farm, Dunstall to 8 G8 general storage units. Concerns have been raised by local residents and the Parish Council regarding potential increase in commercial vehicles using the lane. Discussions continuing. No decision made thus far. A decision is awaited on this application.

Application 2019/01517. Cartref, Main Street, Yoxall, DE13 8NQ. Application for the erection of two detached dwellings on the site. A sold sign has now appeared in front of the property.

This application has been amended in that flood risk issues have been addressed to the satisfaction of the Environmental Agency. A revised plan has been submitted, still with 2 dwellings with one slightly smaller than the other.

The Parish Council’s view that 2 detached dwellings on the plot is considered to be over-development and the original objection still stands.

Bond End. A site meeting was held towards the end of last year, with agents for the landowner, re. use of the site for building purposes. A range of affordable homes and retirement homes are being looked at. The agents have held a zoom meeting with the planners and we are awaiting the outcome. The site in question is not within the village settlement area.

2020/000382. Yoxo Meadows. Construction of hard standing drive or pathways to allow vehicles to enter the site.

2020/01478. Redbank Farm. Erection of 2 dwellings including detached garage and storm porch.

2021/00244. Dog breeding unit at stony Ford Croft. This application has attracted considerable interest from neighbours and a revised application has been submitted stating that a breeding licence has been granted by ESBC and that the applicant has satisfied the borough council regarding welfare issues.

The Parish Council will now consider these revisions and consult with local residents.

 

Applications approved.

Lea Fields Farm and Buildings in Hadley Street. Development of the site has commenced with the demolition of some barns leading to the formation of a 5 dwelling scheme involving several barn conversions and new build dwellings. 3 new detached dwellings will be built at the rear of the site and accessed from St. Peter’s Walk.

The grade 2 listed farmhouse has been sold separately.