Planning applications from Willington, Crook, Spennymoor and Seaham
- Changing the use of the existing building from St. John’s Ambulance Center to a first floor mixed-use office and triple apartment, replacing the raised first floor platform with a two-story rear annex and external staircase, and retaining front and skylights and windows rear, in St. Aiden’s House, High Street, Willington, Crook.
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The change of use of the existing premises at St Aiden’s House, on the High Street, Willington, from the previous authorized use as a training center and offices for the St John Ambulance service, to three individual offices on the ground floor and a three-storey one-bedroom flat above , along with a new rearward extension of the site and retention of existing fabric changes.
- Development of 16 two bedroom bungalows at Eclipse Development Site B, South of Rudkin Drive, Crook, DL15 8LU.
The proposal is to develop the property with 14 two bedroom single storey semi-detached houses and two two bedroom single storey detached bungalows.
The property comprises vacant land with existing residential properties to the north, a commercial area to the south and a garage to the east. The terrain is entirely within the Crook settlement and the development would have a neutral impact on the landscape.
- Detailed application for up to 96 apartments on Residential Lot 1 with associated open space at 3 Green Spine, the former site of Black And Decker, Green Lane, Spennymoor.
- Change of use from a ground floor shop/shop to a residential building, 139 Princess Road, Seaham, SR7 7SW.
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