Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Planning Applications

Black Lion 25/3/05
photo by Allen.
DC021816 The Black Lion Public House, Middle Hillgate
Mr OF Vaughan, a prospective purchaser of the property has applied for permission to convert the pub to offices. According to the application, the pub has been vacant since December 05. View the application via this link or at Hygarth House.
Date of application: 4/1/06
End of consultation: 3/2/06

DC021818 Land adjacent to St Mark's Vicarage, Berlin Rd, Edgeley, SK3 9QF
The church is applying to build two semi-detached houses.
View the application via this link or at Hygarth House. Plan 1 and Plan 2.
Date of application: 22/12/05
End of consultation: 3/2/06

DC021882 24 2-bedroom apartments, Apsley St/Wellington St/Churchgate
Replace the current clutch and brake workshop with 24 aparments and 27 car park spaces.
View the application via this link or at Hygarth House. Supplementary information, Plan 1, Plan 2, Plan 3, Plan 4, and Plan 5.
Date of application: 9/11/05
End of consultation: 12/2/06

The above applications have been highlighted as potentially contentious, or as interesting developments, such as old buildings getting a new lease of life. If you are concerned or have objections, you are encouraged to contact SMBC on your own behalf. (
You can also contact me, or another member of the Trust's Management Committee, to discuss responding to the application on the Trust's behalf.

Links have been provided to most of the application documents. More information can be gained by searching on the DC number on SMBC's planning database.
Note SMBC's statement:
"Plans, drawings and material submitted to the council are protected by the copyright acts (section 47, 1988 act). You may only use material which is downloaded and/or printed for consultation purposes, to compare current applications with previous schemes and to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans. Further copies must not be made without the prior permission of the copyright owner."