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Old August 24th, 2017, 09:49 AM   #481
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Unpopular plans for care home, community and business hubs and 371 properties in Sedgefield scrapped



A PLANNING appeal for an unpopular major development incorporating a care home, business hub and more than 350 homes in Sedgefield has been withdrawn.

The proposal for the mixed-use development on land to the east of Sedgefield Community College and to the north and south of Butterwick Road was due to go before the Planning Inspectorate in October.

Submitted by applicant ESRG, outline planning permission with details of access, appearance, layout and scale, was sought for a 63-bed care home, 58-bed assisted living complex and a community and youth facility.

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Old August 25th, 2017, 10:03 AM   #482
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Housing estate moves step closer as plans passed for 101 homes on outskirts of School Aycliffe



MORE than 100 houses are to be built on the outskirts of a small village after residents pleas to reject the scheme were ignored by councillors.

Concerns had been raised about access to schools and transport links for anyone buying a house on the planned estate in School Aycliffe.

Last month, members of Darlington Borough Council's planning committee spent more than 90 minutes discussing the Miller Homes application before deciding to defer the application to enable the applicant to come back with further details.

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Old August 27th, 2017, 10:37 AM   #483
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Works begin on next phase of major Newton Aycliffe business park expansion set to create over 3,000 jobs



THE next phase of a development which is set to bring more than 3,000 jobs and an economic boost of nearly half a billion pounds has started.

Durham County Council began the next phase of work to expand Aycliffe Business Park – already the largest site of its kind in the region - onto the 52 hectare Forrest Park site in Newton Aycliffe.

The site is hoped to be the subject of a £140m private sector development including a potential rail freight interchange.

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Old September 3rd, 2017, 09:47 AM   #484
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First six affordable houses built in Ferryhill as part of multi-million scheme



THE first houses in a multi-million programme to build 190 new homes have been completed.

Six two-bedroom houses have been built on a former brownfield site at Thirlmere Road, Ferryhill, and let through the Durham Key Options lettings scheme.

They are part of a £19.8m scheme by homes and communities business livin which will see its construction partner Tolent redevelop other sites including the former sheltered housing scheme Butterby Grange, in Spennymoor, which has been demolished to make way for 14 apartments for older people.

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Old September 4th, 2017, 10:44 AM   #485
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Plan to build 150 homes on outskirts of Sedgefield dismissed after appeal



A PROPOSAL to build 150 homes in Sedgefield has been dismissed by the Planning Inspectorate.

Avant Homes’s outline application for the development on land to the south of Beacon Lane went before county planners in February.

It was refused on the grounds it would significantly harm the character of the local landscape and would amount to a “substantial and inappropriate incursion into the countryside”.

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Old September 6th, 2017, 10:38 AM   #486
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Costa Coffee and other retail units could open if developers in Newton Aycliffe get thumbs up from planners



LAND which was home to a much-loved community cafe for almost four decades could be redeveloped into a new retail hub - including an international coffee chain.

The volunteer-run Cubby operated out of a portable cabin on the site, on Greenwell Road, for 37 years before moving to its new base at Neville Parade Community Centre in 2015.

Formerly owned by Durham County Council, the land was sold to Sheet Anchor Investments, which owns the adjoining retail parade, and the cabin was removed.

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Old September 7th, 2017, 10:20 AM   #487
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Plans for three industrial units submitted in Tow Law



PLANS for three industrial units have been submitted to Durham County Council.

Documents, which were submitted by Paul Batson, outline plans to build the units on land opposite cottages at Wards End, in Tow Law.

The site is currently unused and has one demolished building on it.

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Old September 10th, 2017, 12:29 PM   #488
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Plans for temporary car park at The Polar Express, in Stanhope, submitted by Weardale Railway



PLANS for a temporary car park at a popular festive event have been submitted to Durham County Council.

Weardale Railway Community Interest Company have submitted the plans for the facility to accommodate visitors to this year's Polar Express, which will be held from November 1 to January 15, 2018. The car park, if approved, will be based at Bondisle Playing Field, off Bondisle Way, in Stanhope.

A total of 94 extra spaces would be provided, which would add to the existing 180 already in place.

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Old September 13th, 2017, 11:34 AM   #489
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Baroness officially opens long-awaited leisure centre in Crook



A NEW leisure centre has been officially opened.

Crook has been without a leisure centre since 2011 when Durham County Council closed Glenholme Leisure Centre, despite 4,000 people signing a petition to save it.

In 2013, Crook Community Leisure (CCL) was awarded £500,000 to create a new sports facility, and four years of planning and hard work later the dream has become a reality with the new centre at Peases West.

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Old September 14th, 2017, 11:21 AM   #490
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Kynren focus to switch to creating historical leisure park in Bishop Auckland



AS the second season of the open air spectacular Kynren draws to a close this weekend, the attention is set to switch to creating a £1m plan for a historical leisure park.

Eleven Arches has announced it hopes to have a detailed proposal for the second phase of the popular attraction in Bishop Auckland by the end of next year.

The aim is to create a plan that is viable and will complement Kynren and once this has completed, organisers intend to open the day park to visitors in 2020.

The plan, which is expected to cost £1m, will include consultations, costings and also fundraising.

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Old September 15th, 2017, 11:14 AM   #491
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Lord Barnard submits plans for nine new homes on Marwood Estate



PLANS to build nine new homes on a Teesdale farm have been submitted to Durham County Council.

Landowner Lord Barnard is hoping to convert existing barns at Hilton Hall Farm, Hilton, into five new homes as well as building four new ones on the site of an existing agricultural shed.

If planning consent is granted, the properties would consist of one two-bedroom, two three-bedroom and five four-bedroom houses.

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Old September 16th, 2017, 10:29 AM   #492
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Plans to turn garage and car sales centre in Low Willington into petrol station and convenience store



A CAR sales and repairs centre could be replaced with a petrol station and convenience store if plans are approved.

James Hall & Co is seeking permission to demolish Park View Garage in Low Willington and replace it with a Spar store and petrol station, complete with tanks, pumps, canopy, ATM and car parking.

The 0.2 hectare site, which has been previously used as a petrol station, is located on the A690. Plans for housing were approved in 2003 and 2008, but these permissions have lapsed and the site has remained as a garage.

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Old September 19th, 2017, 10:46 AM   #493
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THE controversial future of a derelict pub is up for discussion again after an application was submitted to turn it into four flats.

The Foresters Arms, in Collingwood Street, Coundon, has been derelict since 2013 and has stood derelict and boarded up ever since.

Andrew Samuels, on behalf of the finance company that owns the site, applied for consent to redevelop the building into the four flats, after his previous application for six flats was turned down.

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Old September 22nd, 2017, 10:36 AM   #494
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Housing plans that could expand Toft Hill by ten per cent turned down

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CONTROVERSIAL housing plans which could increase the population of a village by ten per cent have been rejected by councillors.

More than 100 people wrote to object to Toft Hill Ltd’s application to build up to 100 new houses on farmland to the north of the A68 and the south of Holme Farm in the village.

The developer was seeking outline permission for the homes and access, with all other matters reserved.

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Old September 24th, 2017, 10:03 AM   #495
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Fourteen new homes agreed for former car showroom site in Chilton



FOURTEEN new homes are to be built on a former car showroom site, viewed by many as an eyesore.

CoreHaus previously hoped to build 16 homes on land once occupied by the now demolished Vine Place Sports Garage in Durham Road, Chilton, but reduced the number following the pre-application consultation exercise.

On Thursday, Durham County Council’s south and west area planning committee met to determine the proposal, which comprises four two storey detached four bedroom homes and a mixture of ten terraced and semi-detached 2.5 storey three bedroom properties. Access will be from Durham Road, with the drive of a nearby property likely to be moved to accommodate this. The developer has also agreed to invest £31,000 in providing and improving open spaces and recreation land.

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Old September 27th, 2017, 09:55 AM   #496
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Bishop Auckland's new welcome tower takes shape as wooden structure is lifted into place



A NEW tourist attraction in a town undergoing multi-million redevelopment is starting to take shape.

Cranes have this week begun lifting the wooden structure which will surround the new Auckland Tower, in the Market Place.

The facility will act as a welcome point for visitors to Auckland Castle and other new attractions due to open over the next few years.

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New homes proposal at Grade II listed farm near Byers Green



PLANS have been drawn up to replace redundant buildings on an historic farm with new houses.

Durham County Council has received an application from Mr and Mrs R Gilson for permission to build three houses at Old Park Hall Farm, Byers Green, near Spennymoor.

The main farmhouse, a medieval manor house partly rebuilt in 1901, and adjoining buildings and yard walls are Grade II listed because of a number of historically and architecturally important features.

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Old October 10th, 2017, 11:02 AM   #498
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Launch event as work begins on new neighbourhood plan for Gainford and Langton



VILLAGERS are being encouraged to get involved in a project to help shape the future of their community.

Gainford and Langton Parish Council is hosting a special event to celebrate the launch of a new neighbourhood plan for the area.

A neighbourhood plan is a legal document that will be used when determining planning applications over the next 20 years.

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Housing plan revealed for court site in Consett



PLANS to knock down a former town centre court house and replace it with homes have been revealed.

Durham County Council has received a planning application to demolish Consett Magistrates’ Court on Ashdale Road.

The building has been empty since it was closed in July last year and the application has been lodged by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

Once the site has been cleared outline planning permission will be sought to build 20 houses on the site.

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Old October 13th, 2017, 11:14 AM   #500
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Proposal to move old business and build new houses on edge of Sedgefield



PLANS to move a well established business to a new site and redevelop its old land for housing have been unveiled.

Hardwick Properties hopes to build around 70 new homes on the Turners garage site, east of Salters Lane on the outskirts of Sedgefield.

Its proposals will see the existing garage, taxi operation and vehicle rescue fleet move nearby to new purpose-built premises, to be built by Hardwick Properties.

A spokesman for the project said all existing jobs would be maintained and transferred to the new premises.

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