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09/00370/OUTMAJ Rear of 16 To 124 and South West Of 124 and Between Brickyard Farm and Barlborough Links Chesterfield Road. Residential and commercial development (business, industrial and warehousing, Class B1, B2 and B8) including new roundabout and associated roads.
The planning application for Chesterfield Road is for 150 houses (on one side of the road) and warehouse and distribution units on the opposite side – the site of the old Slayley Tip (on the plot of land next to the site where the secure hospital was to go).
Reasons for objecting to this application are:
1. This planning application for unallocated land does not correspond with the Local Development Plan for the area.
2. The road infrastructure will not support the additional traffic.
3. It will result in additional noise, traffic and pollution and further affects residents’ health and quality of life.
4. An additional 30 primary school places will be needed. The school is already oversubscribed and will be for the foreseeable future.
Click here to view the full response to this application.
Here is the link to the planning application on the Bolsover District Council planning portal: http://planning.bolsover.gov.uk/publicaccess/tdc/DcApplication/application_detailview.aspx?caseno=KN88LHDD06X00
It is important that as many people as possible submit their comments via the online petition or to Bolsover District Council’s planning department. The final date for submitting comments is the 10th September 2009.
Case officer: Mr Tim Ball
Bolsover District Council Planning Department