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Old January 19th, 2016, 05:38 PM   #41
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Woolsington Hall fire: 'Urgent work' under way out to stabilise Newcastle building, 19/01/16

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From Chronicle Live website on 19/01/16

A major fire destroyed much of Woolsington Hall, in Newcastle, on December 29 - work to stabilise the facade is now under way

Work to secure the remains of a Newcastle mansion is under way after it was devastated by fire.

More than 30 firefighters battled the blaze as it ripped through Woolsington Hall on December 29 destroying the roof, walls and floors of the hall.

Scaffolding specialists are now working to secure the facade of the building, which was listed in the English Heritage at risk register in 2002.

Cameron Hall, the developer that owns the estate, has carried out a survey and some demolition work to help make the site safe before work to reconstruct the hall can get under way.

Before the fire it was hoped plans for a five-star hotel on the site would create around 165 jobs and plough £9m a year into the region’s economy.

The firm also received permission for 72 homes on the edge of the site to help offset investment costs.

Paul Mackings, chief executive of Cameron Hall, said: “We’ve had to put together a methodology statement and an element of demolition had to be carried out to make the building safe.

“We’ve put a plan together based on securing the facade and making sure that’s safe.

“We are putting a planning application in to rebuild.

“We are as confident as we can be that everybody will support us, hopefully in the next three to four months we can get on with things but the key thing at the moment is to stabilise the facade.

“It’s key we make sure we don’t lose anything else.”


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Woolsington Hall fire: Owners Cameron Hall were due to start development of luxury hotel complex
31 Dec 2015 By Sonia Sharma

The owners of Woolsington Hall have spoken of their devastation after a fire broke out at the historic building - and revealed multi-million pound renovation works were just weeks away.

The three-storey grade-II listed country house went up in flames at around 8.30pm on Tuesday and more than 30 firefighters battled to put out the blaze in high winds. The main hall was severely damaged, with its interiors and roof destroyed.

The property, which was placed on English Heritage’s ‘at risk’ register in 2002, was to be developed into a five-star hotel, with executive homes, spa and golf course. Developers Cameron Hall, who bought the site in 1994, were given planning permission for the scheme by Newcastle City Council in July and work was due to start in the New Year.

Speaking after the fire, Paul Mackings, chief executive of Cameron Hall Developments, said: “We are absolutely devastated. I got a phone call at around 9.15pm on Tuesday saying there was a fire at the site and I went down there straight away. By then, it was well under way. The winds were very strong, there were gusts of around 65mph to 70mph, and the building literally went up in flames. The firefighters were fantastic and did all they could. But there was substantial damage to the main hall. The roof had come in. I was standing there watching it and I couldn’t believe it. In the summer we were given planning permission by the council for our scheme and we recently got the go-ahead from the Secretary of State. We were planning to start work in the New Year. But this fire has left us devastated. I have spent six years of my life pulling all this together. I still can’t believe it.”

The cause of the blaze is not known at this stage and the police and fire brigade have launched an investigation into the incident. Mr Mackings added: “We don’t know what caused the fire as yet. There was nothing combustible inside, and the place was boarded up and secure. We are now just trying to work with engineers and architects to see what elements can be saved.”

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From an update @ Updated 12:17, 31 Dec 2015
http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/...eated-10670734

Police are investigating a suspected arson after a fire gutted the grade-II* listed Woolsington Hall.
Northumbria Police confirmed it is treating Tuesday’s fire as a suspected arson attack.

Fire officers are continuing their investigations into the cause of the blaze at the estate on the outskirts of Newcastle .
2016/0444/01/DET | Re-construction of roof including dormer, chimney, gable ends, bay window to west and alterations to elevations following demolition of single storey rear extension to north elevation and re-construction of gate pier to northern entrance. | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
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Address Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
Proposal Re-construction of roof including dormer, chimney, gable ends, bay window to west and alterations to elevations following demolition of single storey rear extension to north elevation and re-construction of gate pier to northern entrance.
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2016/0445/01/LBC | Listed Building Application: Re-construction of roof including dormer, chimney, gable ends, bay window to west and alterations to elevations, internal alterations to include installation of steel frame, re-construction of walls, floors, stairs and doors following demolition of single storey rear extension to north elevation and re-construction of gate pier to northern entrance. | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
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Woolsington Hall restoration should be 'reconsidered' as fire removes need for 'millionaire homes

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2016/0444/01/DET | Re-construction of roof including dormer, chimney, gable ends, bay window to west and alterations to elevations following demolition of single storey rear extension to north elevation and re-construction of gate pier to northern entrance. | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
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Application Received Wed 09 Mar 2016
Application Validated Wed 06 Apr 2016
Address Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
Proposal Re-construction of roof including dormer, chimney, gable ends, bay window to west and alterations to elevations following demolition of single storey rear extension to north elevation and re-construction of gate pier to northern entrance.
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2016/0445/01/LBC | Listed Building Application: Re-construction of roof including dormer, chimney, gable ends, bay window to west and alterations to elevations, internal alterations to include installation of steel frame, re-construction of walls, floors, stairs and doors following demolition of single storey rear extension to north elevation and re-construction of gate pier to northern entrance. | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
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Woolsington Hall restoration should be 'reconsidered' as fire removes need for 'millionaire homes'
6 May 2016 By Katie Dickinson


Fire crews damp down Woolsington Hall after it was damaged by fire

Campaigners have called for a controversial development at Woolsington Hall to be “reconsidered” in the wake of last year’s devastating fire.

Owners Cameron Hall Developments want to start reconstructing the hall after a blaze which tore through the grade II-listed building in December. The developers had previously been granted permission to transform the former 17th century Jacobean hunting lodge into a £23m five-star hotel.

The costs of refurbishing and developing the site were to be met with a 72-home development, which was also given the green light in July despite fierce opposition from campaigners calling it a “greenbelt grab”. But opponents have said that the fire, which police believe was started deliberately, has removed the need for the “millionaire homes” and claimed rebuilding the hall would be “a farce”.

A planning application submitted to Newcastle City Council proposes to reconstruct and restore the building, including the roof, floor layouts, staircase, landing windows and basement. It comes after an earlier application to demolish parts of the hall earlier this year.

The documents say: “The works proposed are aimed primarily at stabilising the structure, retaining and reusing as much of the original historic fabric as possible and protecting its remaining heritage significance. The fire however has also provided the opportunity to, where appropriate, remove unsympathetic later alterations/additions and reinstate original 17th century features.”

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Plan for 800 homes near Newcastle Airport set to be given the thumbs up

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15/00146/SCR | Screening Opinion for Residential development of approximately 800 units including associated infrastructure, access and open space: time recording code on the greenbelt codes for Kenton Bank Foot | Brunton Road Kenton Bankfoot Newcastle upon Tyne

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Application Received Mon 02 Mar 2015
Application Validated Mon 02 Mar 2015
Address Brunton Road Kenton Bankfoot Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Screening Opinion for Residential development of approximately 800 units including associated infrastructure, access and open space: time recording code on the greenbelt codes for Kenton Bank Foot
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https://publicaccessapplications.new...=NKQVBFBS0DL00

From the accompanying documents:

The site is located approximately 4km to the north-west of Newcastle Upon-Tyne and 820m to the south-east of Woolsington. The site is adjacent to existing built up areas of Newcastle, adjoining Brunton Road and Station Road to the south.

Two planning applications would be submitted to Newcastle City Council (NCC). The formal descriptions of these applications are yet to be finalised but are expected to comprise:
* A hybrid planning application, comprising the development of up to 439 residential dwellings including associated access, infrastructure and open space in outline, with all matters reserved (shown on Parcels 2, 3 and 4 at Figure 1) and the development of up to 103 residential dwellings including access, infrastructure and open space in detail (shown on Parcel 1A at Figure 1); and
* An outline planning application for up to 203 dwellings including associated access, infrastructure and open space with all matters reserved (shown on Parcel 5 at Figure 1).

The site is approximately 32 hectares (ha) and is currently in agricultural use.
From today's Chronicle Live, copyright NCJMedia Ltd @ http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/...astle-11327798
Plan for 800 homes near Newcastle Airport set to be given the thumbs up
13 May 2016 By Dan O'Donoghue


Rural land earmarked for development in the Neighbourhood Growth Area for Kenton Bank Foot scheme

Council bosses are set to vote on a plan to build 800 homes near Newcastle Airport .

Newcastle City Council’s cabinet will meet on Monday to consider a draft masterplan for hundreds of homes at Kenton Bank Foot. If approved the plan will be used when considering and determining future planning applications for development on the site.

The masterplan, unveiled back in February, attracted criticism from residents who raised concerns about an increase in traffic, the impact on existing services and facilities such as schools, GPs and shops and flood management. In response to the concerns the masterplan has been adapted to include road junction improvements, a requirement for developers to pay a contribution to provide additional capacity at GP surgeries and the council is undertaking a feasibility study around capacity in schools across the city- including looking at the possibility of expanding Kingston Park Primary School .

There will be further opportunities for residents to comment on detailed proposals through the planning process once the developers have submitted planning applications It is likely that developers will submit planning applications for the sites at Kenton Bank Foot imminently.

Unveiling the plan councillor Ged Bell, cabinet member for investment and development, said: “Our city is growing and the demand for new housing has never been greater. We need to ensure that we can deliver enough new homes for our residents and provide sufficient services and facilities at the same time. Our vision for Kenton Bank Foot’s future includes concepts for housing design, landscaping, roads and facilities, which will create a vibrant and integrated new community.”

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2016/0444/01/DET | Re-construction of roof including dormer, chimney, gable ends, bay window to west and alterations to elevations following demolition of single storey rear extension to north elevation and re-construction of gate pier to northern entrance. | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
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Application Received Wed 09 Mar 2016
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Address Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
Proposal Re-construction of roof including dormer, chimney, gable ends, bay window to west and alterations to elevations following demolition of single storey rear extension to north elevation and re-construction of gate pier to northern entrance.
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2016/0445/01/LBC | Listed Building Application: Re-construction of roof including dormer, chimney, gable ends, bay window to west and alterations to elevations, internal alterations to include installation of steel frame, re-construction of walls, floors, stairs and doors following demolition of single storey rear extension to north elevation and re-construction of gate pier to northern entrance. | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
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City Officers are recommending to grant the above proposal to the Planning Committee Meeting of 27th May 2016.
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Granted conditionally at the 27th May 2016 meeting.

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Land To The North Of Front Street, Adj White Swan PH And The Quarry House Dinnington

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2015/1673/01/DET | Erection of 71 residential dwellings (Use Class C3) and pumping station with associated access, landscaping and engineering works. | Land To The North Of Front Street, Adj White Swan PH And The Quarry House Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne


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Address Land To The North Of Front Street, Adj White Swan PH And The Quarry House Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Erection of 71 residential dwellings (Use Class C3) and pumping station with associated access, landscaping and engineering works.
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Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington

Known locally as Donkey Field.

2016/0782/01/DET | Erection of 2 storey block comprising of 24 independent living facility flats, associated car parking, landscaping and boundary treatment | Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JW
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Address Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JW
Proposal Erection of 2 storey block comprising of 24 independent living facility flats, associated car parking, landscaping and boundary treatment
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Land South Of Front Street West Of Dinnington Village

This is a proposed development from Persimmon Homes and is to be called The Crest Dinnington.

2016/0956/01/DET | Erection of 200 residential dwellings (Use Class C3) with associated vehicular and pedestrian accesses, landscaping and engineering works | Land South Of Front Street West Of Dinnington Village Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
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Application Received Thu 16 Jun 2016
Application Validated Fri 01 Jul 2016
Address Land South Of Front Street West Of Dinnington Village Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Erection of 200 residential dwellings (Use Class C3) with associated vehicular and pedestrian accesses, landscaping and engineering works
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2007/0949/02/REN | Renewal of Outline Planning Permission (2007/0949/01/OUT dated 06/08/2010): Erection of Business Park comprising 16250sqm of office space and 232sqm of retail floorspace, 465 car parking spaces with associated access from junction of Main Road and Callerton Lane Ends (as amended by correspondence received 6 July 2007) and removal of condition 2 (restriction of use to airport related office space only) | Land To The South Of Airport Freight Village And To The East Of Hawthorn Cottage, Main Road Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne Tyne And Wear

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Address Land To The South Of Airport Freight Village And To The East Of Hawthorn Cottage, Main Road Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne Tyne And Wear
Proposal Renewal of Outline Planning Permission (2007/0949/01/OUT dated 06/08/2010): comprising 16250sqm of office space and 232sqm of retail floorspace, 465 car parking spaces with associated access from junction of Main Road and Callerton Lane Ends (as amended by correspondence received 6 July 2007) and removal of condition 2 (restriction of use to airport related office space only)
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From the Planning Statement - copyight Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners

The proposed development would create an international business park, which mirrors similar successful developments at other major international airports. The development would comprise six office buildings, all of three storeys in height, and arranged around a new landscaped park. These buildings would incorporate a range of unit sizes, to provide maximum flexibility to accommodate new tenants. There would also be a smaller stand-alone building,which could combine a number of uses, such as restaurant, information centre, site security and/or newspaper kiosk, and is intended to create a focal point for the business park

The below advertisement was part of the "Business / Commercial Property" section of the Journal, this Wednesday, 13th July 2016 . . .




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2016/0782/01/DET | Erection of 2 storey block comprising of 24 independent living facility flats, associated car parking, landscaping and boundary treatment | Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JW
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Address Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JW
Proposal Erection of 2 storey block comprising of 24 independent living facility flats, associated car parking, landscaping and boundary treatment
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City Planning Officers are recommending a conditional grant on this planning application in their report to the forthcoming Planning Committee Meeting, 29th July 2016.
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2016/0782/01/DET | Erection of 2 storey block comprising of 24 independent living facility flats, associated car parking, landscaping and boundary treatment | Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JW
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Address Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JW
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City Planning Officers are recommending a conditional grant on this planning application in their report to the forthcoming Planning Committee Meeting, 29th July 2016.
Passed by this morning's Planning Committee - Granted Conditionally.
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2016/1204/01/DET | Erection of 93 dwellings (Class C3) (Phase 2) with associated access, roads, car parking. landscaping and boundary treatment | Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
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Address Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
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Cleobury, House, Woolsington

2016/1213/01/DET | Demolition of existing house and erection of 6 bed detached dwelling (Class C3) | Cleobury Main Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8BN
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Address Cleobury Main Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8BN
Proposal Demolition of existing house and erection of 6 bed detached dwelling (Class C3)
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From the Design & Access Statement:

It is understood that the existing property was built in the 193os but there have been a series of alterations and extensions made to the building over time which have diluted the original design.

Present day, the building comprises a mix of design styles and does not have any pafticular architectural value or features worthy of retention.

The property is not Listed and does not form part of a Conservation Area.

The Applicant considers that the design of the existing dwelling is somewhat dated and it is considered that further amendment and extension of the existing building is unlikely to provide a significant enhancement visually or indeed in terms of internal layout and operation.

Demolition of the existing property and development of a new dwelling provides much a greater opportunity to 'lift' the existing site and secure a high quality design solution based on full consideration of design issues rather than further incidental change.
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Please see the below copy of my post of today on the 'Forum Admin Thread', which explains the existence of this new Developments Thread for Woolsington and Dinnington . . .

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Over the years, since the forum started in 2009, the 'thread structure' has grown and developed in many ways.

One of the most effective ways it has developed is by the establishing of our group of "Developments Threads". These are all geographically based, and it is an efficient way of grouping all issues, discussions and smaller 'projects' from a given area, into one convenient and easy to find location.

It is also a useful way to cover the initial stages of 'projects' during the "will it / won't it happen" stage, before an individual 'Project Thread' may become required.

The evolution of these threads over the years has meant that nearly ALL areas have their own Area Development Threads, but from time to time it can become apparent that certain discrete areas are not appropriately represented, and so posts about these areas tend to be 'tagged on' to threads that are really designed to cover 'neighbouring' areas. This can sometimes be a bit confusing.

OK, after that long preamble (!) I have identified two neighbouring areas of Newcastle that could do with their own Developments Thread, as they previously have not had one, and there appears to be quite a bit happening in those areas.

So, there is now a new Developments Thread for . . .

The Woolsington and Dinnington Areas of Newcastle - Developments
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1946185


Could all issues and discussions about those areas please take place on that new thread, from todays date (20th August 2016)

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Application Validated Tue 16 Aug 2016
Address Cleobury Main Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8BN
Proposal Demolition of existing house and erection of 6 bed detached dwelling (Class C3)
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From the Design & Access Statement:

It is understood that the existing property was built in the 193os but there have been a series of alterations and extensions made to the building over time which have diluted the original design.

Present day, the building comprises a mix of design styles and does not have any pafticular architectural value or features worthy of retention.

The property is not Listed and does not form part of a Conservation Area.

The Applicant considers that the design of the existing dwelling is somewhat dated and it is considered that further amendment and extension of the existing building is unlikely to provide a significant enhancement visually or indeed in terms of internal layout and operation.

Demolition of the existing property and development of a new dwelling provides much a greater opportunity to 'lift' the existing site and secure a high quality design solution based on full consideration of design issues rather than further incidental change.
Status Decided
Decision Grant Conditionally
Decision Issued Date Thu 06 Oct 2016
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Woolsington Hall

2016/1534/01/LBC | Listed Building Application: Partial demolition of fire damaged central chimney stacks and section of internal cross-wall, installation of lift shaft, lift, redesigned chimney flues/service risers, hotel shaft and storerooms. | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
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Application Received Fri 23 Sep 2016
Application Validated Fri 07 Oct 2016
Address Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
Proposal Listed Building Application: Partial demolition of fire damaged central chimney stacks and section of internal cross-wall, installation of lift shaft, lift, redesigned chimney flues/service risers, hotel shaft and storerooms.
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2016/1204/01/DET | Erection of 93 dwellings (Class C3) (Phase 2) with associated access, roads, car parking. landscaping and boundary treatment | Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
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Application Received Fri 29 Jul 2016
Application Validated Fri 12 Aug 2016
Address Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Erection of 93 dwellings (Class C3) (Phase 2) with associated access, roads, car parking. landscaping and boundary treatment
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This application is on the agenda for the Planning Committee Meeting of 21st October 2016.

City Planners are recommending a conditional grant.
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2016/1204/01/DET | Erection of 93 dwellings (Class C3) (Phase 2) with associated access, roads, car parking. landscaping and boundary treatment | Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
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Application Received Fri 29 Jul 2016
Application Validated Fri 12 Aug 2016
Address Land South Of Recreation Ground Main Road Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Erection of 93 dwellings (Class C3) (Phase 2) with associated access, roads, car parking. landscaping and boundary treatment
Status Registered
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This application is on the agenda for the Planning Committee Meeting of 21st October 2016.

City Planners are recommending a conditional grant.
Published result - Planning permission granted subject to conditions.

Status Decided
Decision Grant Conditionally
Decision Issued Date Thu 24 Nov 2016
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2014/1925/01/DET | Demolition of courtyard buildings, World War II hospital buildings, stable block extensions, outbuildings, two farmhouses and farm buildings and two dwellings to facilitate the restoration, conversion and extension of Woolsington Hall, Stables, Coach House and Orangery with the erection of one and two storey extensions and outbuildings to form a 32 bed Hotel (Class C1), restaurant (Class A3) and staff accommodation; Erection of spa complex (Class D2) with associated Energy Centre; Conversion and extension of gardeners cottage to form cookery school with ancillary guest accommodation (Sui Generis) and erection of marquee within walled garden and potting sheds for assembly and leisure events (Sui Generis); Erection of 10 woodland lodges (Class C1); formation of 18 hole golf course, grassed playing pitch, and erection of golf club house; and restoration of ornamental lake and Monks Hut all with associated car parking for 238 vehicles and associated landscaping works; Erection of 72 dwellings with ancillary estate road, 10 visitor parking bays, landscaping and substation; and the creation of new vehicular access through existing stone wall onto Ponteland Road. | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ

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Application Received Thu 18 Dec 2014
Application Validated Mon 05 Jan 2015
Address Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
Proposal Demolition of courtyard buildings, World War II hospital buildings, stable block extensions, outbuildings, two farmhouses and farm buildings and two dwellings to facilitate the restoration, conversion and extension of Woolsington Hall, Stables, Coach House and Orangery with the erection of one and two storey extensions and outbuildings to form a 32 bed Hotel (Class C1), restaurant (Class A3) and staff accommodation; Erection of spa complex (Class D2) with associated Energy Centre; Conversion and extension of gardeners cottage to form cookery school with ancillary guest accommodation (Sui Generis) and erection of marquee within walled garden and potting sheds for assembly and leisure events (Sui Generis); Erection of 10 woodland lodges (Class C1); formation of 18 hole golf course, grassed playing pitch, and erection of golf club house; and restoration of ornamental lake and Monks Hut all with associated car parking for 238 vehicles and associated landscaping works; Erection of 72 dwellings with ancillary estate road, 10 visitor parking bays, landscaping and substation; and the creation of new vehicular access through existing stone wall onto Ponteland Road.
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This proposal is due before the Planning Committee on 26th June 2015 with a recommendation for a grant from the City Officers.
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A decision was deferred by the Planning Committee.
This proposal is back on the agenda for the Planning Committee Meeting of 1st November 2016.

The City Planner is recommending a conditional grant pending a S106 agreement.
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