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Could you reduce your industrial and commercial energy consumption by up to 50%?

Most organisations now recognise that we all need to reduce our massive energy consumption, not only for the larger companies targeted by the climate change levy but also the rest of us who can ill afford a large carbon footprint. Our social conscience and purses/wallets demand we seek to lower our energy consumption.
Did you know that 65% of energy consumption in industry is used by electric motors? Did you also know that 95% of electric motors are oversized? By simply reducing the speed of an electric motor that drives a pump or fan by 20% you can potentially save 50% of the energy used.
So, how can you reduce the speed of an electric motor? By installing an inverter. An inverter allows control of the existing motor, when you turn a motor down it uses significantly less energy. Turning down a motor that drives a pump or fan by 20% you can reduce the energy it consumes by 50% you can see a demonstration of this in our video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3lRnRy7H6Y
One of the applications that can produce the higher energy saving results from installing an inverter are HVAC (heating and ventilation systems) we have worked with and saved energy for hotels, hospitals, retail outlets, restaurants, large offices, industrial premises and leisure centres, especially those with large chilling plants.

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There are lots of energy saving initiatives, none come close to achieving the same energy saving results, inverters can have a typical payback in just 9 months!
As you can imagine, motors running different applications in different environments with different power ratings will have different energy saving results, so how can you tell what energy saving potential your premises have? You can’t! That is until you ask us to provide an energy efficiency motor audit. Completely complimentary and without obligation we will assess what the likely savings adding an inverter to your motors will be. We are always realistic with our estimations being careful not to over promise or overstate the possible savings, once the audit is complete you will have the projected energy saving, monetary saving and a payback on investment.
Inverter Drive Systems Ltd
0115 944 1036
sales@inverterdrivesystems.com
www.inverterdrivesystems.com

Planning Applications: 24 June 2015

Aldwincle
15/01076/FUL (25/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Detached oak framed garage at The Old Rectory 62 Main Street Aldwincle NN14 3EP

15/01104/VAR (25/07/2015) (Art8)
Variation of condition 18 submitted plans to allow for revised house type pursuant to 14/01487/FUL New detached house and garage dated 26.09.14 at 12 Cross Lane Aldwincle NN14 3EG
Barnwell
15/01111/FUL (25/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Elevated treehouse (retrospective) at Old Rectory 2 Church Lane Barnwell PE8

15/01141/FUL (25/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Single storey extension to rear of existing dwelling with flat roof/balcony extension of existing at Hollinbank Main Street Barnwell PE8 5PU
Brigstock
15/00955/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Two storey extension, new vehicular access, alterations to the front boundary fencing and new
pedestrian gate at 14 Grafton Road Brigstock NN14 3EY

15/01086/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Two storey rear extension, single storey open porch and internal alterations to create utility
accommodation at Bullymores Farm The Parks Grafton Road Brigstock
Chelveston-cum-Caldecott
15/01044/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Construction of an agricultural workers dwellinghouse at SP98234 69261 Higham Road Chelveston
Collyweston
15/01117/LBC (25/07/2015)
(LBRegs)
Alterations to Former Wash House: remove disused “Copper”, remove existing ceiling, insulate
between joists and replace with new ceiling and downlights at 80 – 84 Main Road Collyweston
PE9 3PQ
Denford
15/01084/OUT (18/07/2015)
(Info)
Outline: erection of up to four dwellings (all matters reserved except access) at Hill House Chapel Lane Denford NN14 4EA
Harringworth
15/01074/FUL (25/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Erection of a garage at 4 Scotgate Harringworth NN17 3AE
Higham Ferrers
15/01048/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Single storey front and side extension which consists of a part garage conversion at 17 Fitzwilliam Leys Higham Ferrers NN10 8LY

15/01071/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Single storey side extension at 19 Tenter Close Higham Ferrers NN10

15/01105/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Single storey ground floor extension at 5 Chichele Street Higham Ferrers NN10 8HT
Irthlingborough
15/01099/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Proposed new back door at 7 Gulliver Road Irthlingborough NN9 5GR

15/01123/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Proposed first floor extension above existing conservatory at 36 Holbush Way Irthlingborough
NN9 5EP
Islip
15/00998/VAR (25/07/2015)
(Art8)
Variation of condition: minor elevation change to hub office, minor adjustments to approved
landscape design (condition 8 of reserved matters refers) change of foul drainage discharge from
off site to sewage treatment plant on site and approval of ancillary utility buildings including cycle
and smoking shelters, sub station, gas governor, sprinkler and hydrant tank installations with pump houses and treatment plant kiosks and omission of gatehouse as approved and substitution of
automatic security barriers pursuant to 14/01132/REM and 15/00207/AMD – Reserved Matters: Appearance of the development pursuant to 14/00448/VAR Variation of condition16 and 27 (height of proposed main building) pursuant to 12/00417/OUT Outline: Demolition of existing buildings and redevelopment comprising a single building of 92,902 sqm B8 (storage and distribution) with 4,645 sqm B1 (office) floorspace; new access; associated roads, parking/servicing and landscaping (revision of 10/01025/OUT) All matters for determination with the exception of appearance which is reserved for later approval at Vehicle Depot And Adjacent Land Kettering Road Islip
Lowick and Slipton
15/01118/FUL and 15/01119/LBC (25/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Detached store building and garage at Keepers Lodge Aldwincle Road Lowick
Oundle
15/01039/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Re-submission of approved planning application 13-01551-OUT for the demolition of Arn Cottage and erection of new 4 bedroom house with separate double garage and associated works at Arn House Wood Lane Oundle PE8 5TP

15/01046/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Construction of 10 lane synthetic/non turf cricket practice facilities, upgrade of the existing ten lane natural turf lane facilities plus associated storage, fencing and hardstanding works at Land off Pavilion Drive Oundle PE8 4JA

15/01115/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Erection of replacement agricultural barn with access at 151 – 153 Glapthorn Road Oundle
Rushden
15/01054/ADV (18/07/2015) (Info)
New retail signage at Unit 2 Crown Way Rushden

15/01113/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Single storey side extension at 142 Avenue Road Rushden NN10 0SW

15/01127/VAR (25/07/2015)
(Art8)(Info)
Variation of conditions 1, 5, 6, 8, 14, 37, 38, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47 and 48 (as per section 2 of the submitted planning statement) pursuant to planning permission 14/01938/VAR (variation of
conditions 1, 5, 6, 8, 15, 38, 39, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, and 47 (as per section 2 of the submitted planning statement) pursuant to planning permission12/00010/FUL – ‘Rushden Lakes: Hybrid
Planning Application comprising: Full application for the erection of a home and garden centre, retail units, drive thru restaurant, gatehouse, lakeside visitor centre, restaurants and boat house, together with proposals for access. Outline: application for the erection of a hotel, crèche and leisure club with some matters reserved (appearance). Plus removal of ski slope and associated site levelling, landscaping, habitat management and improvement works, vehicular access and servicing proposals together with the provision of car and cycle parking and a bus stop’ dated 20.12.2012 at Land Adjacent Skew Bridge Ski Slope Northampton Road Rushden
Tansor
15/01100/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Removal of chimney and installation of a new woodburner, two storey rear extension. Fix cedar cladding to front elevation to replace former stonework at The Hermitage Main Street Tansor
PE8 5HS
Woodford
15/01073/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Dropped kerb and off road parking at 20 Mill Road Woodford NN14
Yarwell
15/01024/FUL (18/07/2015) (Info)
Single storey side extension to form annexe, insertion of dormer windows to front and rear of existing roof to form storage space at 51 Main Street Yarwell PE8 6PR

Smile & Style event in Thrapston

The Smile & Style event at The Bridge Hotel in Thrapston is all about health, well-being, weight-loss and style.  You can buy tickets from Jollys Toys & Games in Thrapston.

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The event will be begin at 6.30 with time to browse stands and maybe buy from a host of different companies, then everyone will sit down at 7pm…

• 7pm Caroline Prout from Inspired to Change gives us a talk entitled “Train your Brain for Weight Loss Success”   Where you will understand why the way your brain works has an impact on your weight and why we end up in conflict with what we know we “should” be doing and what we end up doing. FB Harmony - when your mind and body work together

• 8.15pm we will hear from Lesley Clarke Style Advisor on ‘The Impact of Style on your Confidence‘ .  Learning how do you perceive yourself, do you think it’s different to how others see you? Lesley will help you discover what works best so deciding what to wear becomes easy and effortless, whilst boosting your self-confidence!

In between both talks there will be refreshments and time to browse or chat to the speakers. At 9 we will finish and leave some added shopping time, the event closes at 9.30pm

Our lovely exhibitors include:

Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant –  Make up and skincare

AmbaScarlett – Jewellery and handbagspinkx

Nature’s Sunshine – Health tonics and supplements

The Health Kick – Nutrition, exercise, and healthy recipes

Scentsy Candles – Oil burners, candles and homewares

Arbonne from Athene Spa in the Bridge Hotel

Neals Yard – Aromatherapy goodies

Norfolk Lavender from Danetree Holistic Therapies in Thrapston

Forever Aloe – Aloe Vera inspired products for skin, hair and health

Pampered Chef – Cookware, kitchen implements and bakeware

At the end of the evening, everyone will go home with a goody bag – presents confirmed so far in the goody bag are from:

Flahavans UKhealth kick

FlexiCruise

AmbaScarlett

Inspired to Change

Cakes from the Heart

Scentsy Candles

Phoenix Trading

Flair by Sue

The actual goody bags are super ‘shoppers’ being kindly supplied by Elizabeth Wright – Independent Phoenix Trader

 

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Orthodontic provider becomes the first in Northamptonshire to break the £1000 barrier!

Brixworth Dental are proud to announce that our Orthodontic Provider John Serrano-Davey has become a Diamond Invisalign Provider- one of only 15 in the country, and the first in Northamptonshire!john
John has over 35 years experience in straightening teeth, both for children and Adults, and over the past five years has become extremely proficient in the use of the Invisalign aligner system.
Whilst many Dentists prefer to reserve Invisalign for only the more simple cases, and most Specialists or Consultants prefer to offer fixed appliances (“train-tracks”), John’s almost unique background in having carried out over 5000 traditional fixed treatments, and also being a Diamond Invisalign provider means he has the knowledge, skills and ability to treat cases that were hitherto deemed too difficult for Aligners.
His Diamond Status also allows him to offer very competitive prices on the easier cases too!
As those of you who know him or have been treated by him will testify, he is passionate about his work, and to celebrate this milestone in his Orthodontic career, we are launching a Special Celebratory Offer:
For those of you who have very mild crookedness, or have previously had orthodontic treatment but perhaps not worn your retainers as well as you should have, Brixworth Dental Practice are now offering Invisalign i7 for just £995! (and if you only require one arch treating, eg just the upper then it drops to an amazing £795 all inclusive.)
They believe this is the first time the magic “£1000 barrier” has been bettered, and cannot offer this in conjunction with any of our other offers, but for many patients it will, we are sure, be just the ticket!
All of their other Invisalign treatment types are still available from just £99 per month and Interest-free credit is available, so pop into Brixworth Dental soon to see if their celebrations can help you celebrate a great smile too!
For a Complementary Consultation, you can call the Practice on 01604 880293, or visit them at Charter House, Spratton Road, Brixworth, NN6 9DS and see if they can help you smile more!

A feast fit for a king at Medieval Festival in Wellingborough

Chefs at a Wellingborough pub are preparing to rustle up a feast fit for a king as the town gets ready to be whisked back in time.

The third annual Wellingborough Medieval Festival takes place on June 27 and 28, with more than 80 activities lined up to entertain the crowds.

Town centre businesses are marking the occasion by getting into the spirit of the event, with The Golden Lion, based in Sheep Street, staging a Medieval Banquet and fancy dress hire shop House of Fun, in High Street, stocking medieval-themed costumes.

Sonya Harvey, the pub’s manager, said: “The Medieval Festival is such a big event and as a town centre pub with a medieval banquet hall, what a perfect opportunity to get involved.welly banquet

“Our chefs have relished the opportunity to produce an appropriately themed menu and all of the staff will be getting involved by dressing up. It’s a great event for the town.”

Authentic cuisine will be on offer on the Friday and Saturday evenings. Diners can get enjoy a roast pig with sour dough roll and apple sauce as well as roasted quails, baked trout and hot-spiced stewed pears.

The Medieval Festival will take place throughout the town centre and in Croyland Park, Croyland Gardens, Tithe Barn Lawns, Churchyard and All Hallows Church.

This year it will be focussed on the 600th Anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt. There will be archers, musicians and falconry demonstrations alongside ‘shoot the knight’, a talk by a barber surgeon as well as archery and a battle royal between two knights.

It is being organised by the Wellingborough Business Improvement District (BID), which is paid for by businesses and works to promote the town centre through the Discover Wellingborough campaign.

BID manager John Cable said: “History will be brought to life during the Medieval Festival as we turn Wellingborough into a destination to help showcase our wonderful town centre, which includes a wealth of independent traders, park space, historic buildings and free parking.”

To book a place at the Medieval Banquet, call 01933 223206. To enquire about hiring costumes, call 01933 442154.

Chance to comment on changes to the strategic plan for North Northamptonshire

The North Northamptonshire Joint Committee has agreed to submit its new Joint Core Strategy to the Government for examination by an independent Inspector. This is a key stage in the preparation of a new strategic plan for the area covering Corby, East Northamptonshire, Kettering and Wellingborough. It will involve public hearings in the autumn, to allow the Inspector to test whether the plan has been prepared properly in line with national policy and guidance.
Before this happens, the Joint Committee is consulting on some final changes that it wants to make to the plan. These ‘Focused Changes’ seek to address issues raised in response to consultation on the Pre-Submission JCS in January and March 2015, or to otherwise improve the plan. The consultation runs for six weeks from 15 June to 27 July 2015. The consultation and all relevant information (including the form for making representations) can be viewed on the JPU’s web site www.nnjpu.org.uk, the main offices of the district and borough councils, and in North Northamptonshire libraries.
Responses to the Focused Changes, together with all previous representations on the Pre-Submission Plan, will be provided to the Inspector to consider as part of the examination of the Plan.
The Focused Changes don’t change the overall strategy but clarify or refine aspects of the plan. Some of the most significant changes are to:
• clarify how the impact of development on internationally important wildlife habitats in the Upper Nene Valley Gravel Pits will be managed;
• refine the policy relating to renewable energy projects including the Kettering Energy Park, to ensure that the full range of impacts are considered;
• provide a new policy for the Rothwell North Sustainable Urban Extension, taking forward the principles identified in previous local planning work and in the current planning application.

Cllr Andy Mercer, Chairman of the Joint Committee, explains the importance of this stage in the process: “The Joint Core Strategy is the culmination of many years work. The Joint Committee has considered carefully the feedback from local communities, developers, infrastructure providers and other interested parties at every stage of the process. The Focused Changes are the last ‘tweaks’ to improve the plan before it is submitted for examination. We now need to push on as quickly as possible to complete the process, ensuring that North Northamptonshire has an up-to-date strategic plan in place.”
Please contact the Joint Planning Unit by e-mail info@nnjpu.org.uk or by phone 01832 742358 if you have any queries about this consultation.

Rag and Phone Man to visit East Northants

East Northamptonshire Council is introducing a new pop-up recycling service for your unwanted textiles, electrical items, batteries and mobile phones.

The ‘Rag and Phone Man’ will visit towns and villages across East Northants, from Rushden to Easton on the Hill to collect any of the following:

• Small electrical items (hair dryers, straighteners, razors, toothbrushes, radios, torches, chargers, toys, irons etc.) – anything which needs a plug or battery
• Batteries (AAA , AA, C & D cells/button batteries, mobile phone, laptop, power-tools etc.)
• Textiles – in bags please
• Large electrical items (fridges, freezers, washing machines etc.) – so long as it can be delivered to the collection point
• Mobile phones

Collection staff will be on hand to help residents with their items and advise on all things recycling-related.

Where and when we will collect:

5 July Council offices car park, Cedar Drive, Thrapston 9 – 10.45am
Waitrose car park, East Road, Oundle 11.10am – 1.30pm
Working Men’s Club car park, Chapel Street, Warmington 1.45 – 3.00pm

12 July Orchard Place car park, Rushden 9 – 10.30am
Grangeway shopping precinct, Rushden 10.45am – 12.15pm
Saffron Road car park, Higham Ferrers 12.30 – 1.45pm
Church Street car park, Irthlingborough 2 – 3pm

19 July Village Hall, New Road, Easton on the Hill 9.30 – 10.45am
Kingsmead Industrial Estate, Station Road, King’s Cliffe 11am – 12.15pm
Red Lodge Road (old bottle bank site), Bulwick 12.40 – 1.40pm
Woodlands Garage, Sudborough Road, Brigstock 2 – 3pm

26 July Orchard Place car park, Rushden 9 – 10.30am
Grangeway shopping precinct, Rushden 10.45am – 12.15pm
Saffron Road car park, Higham Ferrers 12.30 – 1.45pm
Market Square, Raunds 2 – 3pm

 

Steven North, Leader of East Northamptonshire Council, says: “We’re delighted to use the funding we have received to launch this service. It will run as a 12 month pilot scheme and then we’ll review its success.

“We hope lots of people will take advantage of this convenient and easy way to dispose of those electrical bits and bobs and old textiles that have been cluttering up drawers and cupboards. Our collection crews will take all items back to our depot, ready for collection by a registered compliance scheme so residents can be assured that their items are being recycled properly.”

For more information about recycling, visit www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk/waste

To recycle your garden waste, join the Garden Waste Club at www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk/gardenwaste

The Great Thrapston Wedding update…

As our Thrapston wedding gets closer, today is a busy day!

We’re having an email conversation with the lovely Sarah from Tasty Bite regarding food, drink and a special gluten free platter from DonnaLulu Cooks.

Strawberry Custard Tart

Strawberry Custard Tart

You can read about our venue here at ‘Tasty Bite’.

We have one gluten free guest and DonnaLulu of Farmer’s Market fame is rustling up a special platter for her, see Donna#s Facebook page here – DonnaLuluCooks.

I’ve also been organising timing with the florist, Florae Foray. Becky has been advising me on times to have things delivered and how to look after them, I cannot wait to see her wonderful work!

I have a little shopping to do, like buying some wedding gift paper from Forget me Not Cards on the High Street, for wrapping a certain flower girls gift…

Then the most exciting part of the day is my trip to Victoria’s Emporium where I shall be collecting my wedding ring.  You can read the ring story here.

…..We’re on the final count down now, and it’s a little scary with so much to do.  I’d like to be able to get everything ready today and leave in situ for a few days but life must go on and so much of the decoration and finishing touches are just a few hours beforehand.

Spray your bridal bouquet so butterflies stay a while and appear in your photographs

Spray your bridal bouquet so butterflies stay a while and appear in your photographs

 

Strawberry Custard Tart

This recipe uses fresh local seasonal strawberries, but it will work just as well with other soft fruit that is now in season or is just about to come into season. So this recipe can be made throughout the summer and into autumn!

Strawberry Custard Tart

300g chocolate (or plain) biscuits
60g butter
4 egg yolks
100g caster sugar
40g cornflour
400ml milk
1 vanilla pod or 1 tsp vanilla extract
25g extra butter
300g strawberries (or other fruit of choice)
60g plain, milk or white chocolate melted (optional)

Strawberry Custard Tart

Strawberry Custard Tart

Place the biscuits in a food processor and whizz until they resemble breadcrumbs, alternatively place them in a plastic bag and use a rolling pin to crush them. In a saucepan that’s big enough to be able to mix in the biscuits, melt the 60g butter on a low heat and then add the biscuits. Stir until all combined, and press the mixture into a 23cm loose bottomed tin or a non-stick tin. Allow to cool.

In a large mixing bowl, whisk the egg yolks with the sugar until thickened and pale then whisk in the cornflour.

Pour the milk into a saucepan. If using a vanilla pod, cut in half lengthways, scrape the seeds out and add the seeds and the pod to the milk or add the vanilla extract. Over a medium heat, heat the milk until it is just about at boiling point. Remove the vanilla pod (if used) and mix half of the milk into the egg mixture, making sure to whisk continuously. Add the remaining milk whilst still whisking. Tip the mixture back into the milk pan and bring to the boil over a low-medium heat stirring all the time or whisking if it appears lumpy. Cook on a low heat for 2 or 3 minutes until the custard mixture has thickened. Remove from the heat and stir in the 25g butter. Leave the custard to cool down slightly, but not so it sets.

Once the custard mix has cooled, pour into the biscuit base and smooth out with a palette knife or you can spoon it into a piping bag and pipe onto the base. Decorate with whole or chopped strawberries or any other fruit of your choice. Drizzle over the melted chocolate if using. Leave to fully set in the fridge for a couple of hours before enjoying!

Recipe by Donna Thomas
Website: donnalulucooks.co.uk
Email: donnalulucooks@btinternet.com
Facebook: DonnaLulu Cooks
Twitter: @DonnaluluThomas

Planning Applications: 11 June 2015

Aldwincle
15/00897/FUL (04/07/2015)(Info)
Proposed new house and double garage to include loft conversion to main house, addition of porch and other alterations at 12 Cross Lane Aldwincle NN14 3EG

Benefield
15/00828/LBC (11/07/2015)
(LBRegs)
To replace the single glazed windows with double glazed wooden windows with same profile and match the existing versions at Ashley Farm House Main Street Upper Benefield PE8 5AN

Brigstock
15/00986/VAR (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Variation of condition 5 to amend the internal layouts, external appearance and orientation of
proposed dwellings in order to improve the outlook of plots 4 and 5 and flexibility relationships
between spaces to plot 1 – 7 pursuant to planning permission 12/01862/FUL dated 26.9.13 –
‘Demolition of existing building to the rear, conversion of buildings and new buildings to form 8
no. dwellings’ at 43 High Street Brigstock NN14 3HA

15/01013/FUL (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Replacement of an existing garage with a larger alternative allowing for the parking of four cars at
Cherry Orchard 23 Park Walk Brigstock NN14 3HH
Deene
15/00976/OUT (11/07/2015)
(Art8)
Outline application for the development of an employment park comprising up to 121,703 sqm (gross) floorspace in use classes B2 (general industrial) and B8 (storage and distribution) (all
matters reserved) at Car Park And Land Rockingham Motor Speedway Mitchell Road Corby

Higham Ferrers
15/01045/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Demolition of commercial buildings and erection of two semi detached residential houses at 24
Saffron Road Higham Ferrers NN10 8ED
Irthlingborough
15/00999/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Change of use from D1 to D2 at 29 Allen Road Irthlingborough

15/01068/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Ground floor side extension at 42 Drayton Road Irthlingborough
NN9 5TB

Little Addington
15/00941/OUT (04/07/2015) (Info)
Outline: Demolition of existing barn and erection of one and a half storey three bedroom dwelling
and detached double garage (all matters reserved) at Chudleigh House High Street Little
Addington NN14 4BD

Nassington
15/00968/FUL (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Demolition of existing garage and erection of two storey rear extension and detached outbuilding at 47 Church Street Nassington PE8 6QG

15/01066/FUL (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Demolish existing bungalow and garage and build new dwelling with detached car port and
workshop at 4 Station Road Nassington PE8 6QB

Oundle
15/00841/OUT (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Outline: Demolition of existing buildings and redevelopment for six town houses (only landscaping
and appearance matters reserved) at 38 West Street Oundle PE8

15/00883/FUL (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Renovation of semi derelict, uninhabitable cottage to provide a single dwelling. Conversion of
disused buildings comprising a brewery, maltings, stables, kiln and cartshed and cowshed into
eight dwellings at 15 Mill Road Oundle PE8 4BW

15/00964/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Single storey rear extension, replacement of existing garage and front porch and alteration to
access at 34 Bellamy Road Oundle PE8 4NB

15/00995/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Erection of a single three bedroom dwelling house together with associated parking at Land Adj 23 Herne Road Oundle

15/01034/LBC (11/07/2015)
(LBRegs) (LB/CA)
Emergency roof repairs and addition of two conservation roof lights at 14 Market Place Oundle PE8 4BQ

Pilton
15/00774/LBC (11/07/2015)
(LBRegs)
Raise existing chimney height by 60cm, remove extractor fan outlet at front elevation and make
good, fit extractor fan outlet to rear elevation. Fit 28mm exit pipe at ground level, rear of house, to
serve installation of AGA at The Stone Barn Pilton Manor Main Street Pilton

Raunds
15/01051/VAR (11/07/2015) (Art8)
Variation of condition 13 – to increase floorspace limits – pursuant to planning permission
11/00700/OUT Outline: Demolition of existing buildings, development of employment park including A3/4/5, B1b and c, B8, C1, D1 and D2 uses together with access, parking areas and open space (all matters reserved except for access) at Phase 2 Warth Park Way Raunds

Ringstead
15/01025/OUT (04/07/2015)
(Info)
Erection of three bedroom, two storey house plus detached double garage (all matters reserved except access) (Resubmission of application 11/00512/OUT dated 25.05.11) at Land Opposite 5 Spencer Street Ringstead

Rushden
15/00790/FUL (24/06/2015)
(LB/CA)
Change of use from dental practice to A5 hot food takeaway at 57 High Street South Rushden
NN10 0QX

15/00950/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Single storey front porch extension at 12 Yarrow Close Rushden NN10 0XL

15/00972/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Demolition of shed and construction of five two bedroom terrace starter homes with front courtyard and off road parking to rear at Land Adjacent Hayden Walk Hayden Road Rushden

15/00973/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Garage conversion into habitable room at 57 Clover Drive Rushden NN10 0UE

15/00985/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Demolition of existing pre fab garage and erection of extension to provide utility room and garage
at 52 Silverdale Grove Rushden NN10 6UG

15/00996/ADV (04/07/2015) (Info)
Display external signs at Storefirst Northampton Brindley Close Rushden NN10

15/01011/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Change of use to domestic garden 195.5 sq.m of land only at 78 Avenue Road Rushden NN10 0SJ

15/01019/REM (11/07/2015) (Art8)
Reserved matters: access, appearance, scale and layout for plots 17 plots 10-20 & 117-122
(resubmission of 14/02213/REM) pursuant to 10/01017/OUT Outline: Erection of a NHS Resource Centre, creation of up to 125 dwellings with associated open space, space for educational use by South End Infant School, removal of four trees covered by TPO, new access roads and alterations to existing internal road layout (All matters reserved) at Rushden Hospital The Drive Rushden

15/01040/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Erection of a two storey rear extension (re submission of planningpermission11/01491/FUL) at 112 Higham Road Rushden NN10 6DT

15/01052/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Single storey side extension with pitched roof at Bencroft Grange 322 Bedford Road Rushden
NN10 0SE

Stanwick
15/01005/LBC (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Conversion of barns to 2 no attached dwellings at Dove House Including Part Of Former Farm
Building Higham Road Stanwick

Sudborough
15/01038/FUL (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Two storey rear extension at The Old Granary Main Street Sudborough NN14 3BX

Thrapston
15/00966/FUL (11/07/2015)
(Art8)
Industrial unit for B1c and B8 uses with associated service yard and car parking at Unit 1B Haldens
Parkway Thrapston

15/01008/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Demolish existing garage and build new wider garage at 20 Grebe Close Thrapston NN14 4JG

15/01012/LBC (11/07/2015)
(LBRegs)
Demolition of part of garden wall at The Corner House 15 Chancery Lane Thrapston NN14 4JL

Warmington
15/00947/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Demolition of former working mens club and proposed residential development of 9 no. dwellings
at 18 – 20 Chapel Street Warmington PE8 6TR

15/01026/FUL (04/07/2015) (Info)
Single storey rear extension and relocation of existing conservatory at 15 Chapel Street Warmington PE8 6TR

Woodford
15/00988/VAR (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)
Variation of condition 14 – garage to be raised up and house and garage to be moved 1.5m east
pursuant to planning permission 15/00027/VAR: ‘Removal of condition 3 (garage door
construction) and variation of condition 15 (permitted plan condition) of 12/00198/RWL to amend the approved drawings to include, increased external wall thickness of dwelling (affecting
footprint), alterations to fenestration, addition of canopy to front door and revised garage design’ pursuant to planning permission 08/01228/FUL: ‘Construction of detached two storey dwelling and detached garage, and footpath to Club Lane. Reconstruction of stone wall behind footpath at 3A De Capel Close (Resubmission of 07/02405/FUL)’ at 3A De Capel Close Woodford

Yarwell
15/00798/FUL (11/07/2015)
(LB/CA)(Art8)
Demolition of 2no. existing 20th century extensions to the side and rear of the Mill building
(retrospective). Conversion of the existing unused Mill building into a restaurant and one residential unit, erection of 2no. replacement extensions in the same footprint as those being demolished, alterations to fenestration, insertion of rooflights, formation of balcony to the rear elevation. Formation of car park to include erection of fence and erection of wall at Yarwell Mill