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Government lays Unitary Legislation before Parliament

Government legislation required to create two new unitary councils in Northamptonshire has been laid before Parliament.

The document, known as the Northamptonshire Structural Changes Order 2019 (SCO), sets out how the two new unitary authorities will be formed to replace the existing eight councils on 1 April 2021.

The Draft Order will now be considered and debated by both Houses of Parliament and if approved, should become legislation by the end of the year.


The Structural Changes Order confirms the following details:

  • The names of the new unitary authorities will be North Northamptonshire Council (covering Corby, East Northants, Kettering and Wellingborough) and West Northamptonshire Council (covering Northampton, Daventry District and South Northants areas)
  • The existing eight councils will be wound up and abolished on 1 April 2021 when the two new unitary councils come into effect
  • Two temporary Shadow Authorities – one each for the North and West – will be formed in May 2020 with responsibility for delivering the new unitary councils and setting their first budgets and council tax.  Until then, the joint committees currently in place in the North and West will continue to take responsibility for putting unitary plans in place.
  • Elections for the unitary councils will be held in May 2020 – councillors will serve a five-year term, with their first year on the shadow authorities. There will be 78 councillors elected for the North and 93 for the West.
  • Parish council elections will go ahead in May 2020 too but the district and borough elections will not take place so current members will serve until their existing councils are abolished.

The draft Order also makes it clear that future governance arrangements, including overview and scrutiny, will be for the new councils to decide once they go live on 1 April 2021.

To view the full Order visit


Northamptonshire’s county, district and borough councils are working together with partners on a programme to ensure the two new unitary authorities are delivered on 1 April 2021 with better quality, integrated services for residents across the county.

The Future Northants programme involves councillors and staff from all eight authorities working together to prepare for the new unitary councils and ensure the transformation of public services across the county.

To find out more about and keep up-to-date on Northamptonshire’s unitary preparations, visit or


Bounce Your Way to Fitness in the New Year

Stuck for what to get a loved one for Christmas?  As you know, I love to discover more ways to be healthy and I’ve recently taken up …. Bouncing!!!rebounding benefits nene local

Yep like Joey the Kangaroo I’ve been bouncing around, on my rebounder.

Why I hear you cry?  Why not just run around the park? I’ll give you some great reasons below and maybe you’ll want to bounce yourself….

What is rebounding? A rebounder is a small mini trampoline, around one meter in dimeter, sometimes with handles to steady you and sometimes without, they are ideal for home use and can store away nicely.  Use in the house or garden in the summer.

The Benefits

  1. Rebounding is god for your digestion and ….err.. elimination! Helping you feel less bloated.
  2. Stimulates your metabolism – so you burn more calories, even when your are at rest
  3. Rebounding can help lower cholesterol
  4. Helping a stagnant lymphatic system, rebounding can help with cellulite
  5. Helps prevent emotional eating, rebounding actually can help you feel happier and less likely to reach for the biscuits
  6. It can help you increase your stamina for other exercises and chores
  7. Helps lower your blood sugar and helps insulin work better
  8. It burns loads of calories!!!
  9. Rebounding can help slim your tummy
  10. It pairs will with HIIT training, I’m doing this – Warm up, then 1 minute ‘go for it’ then 2 minutes less energetic then repeat. Doing the HIIT for 1minutes each morning and evening at the moment, I’ll get to 30 minutes each time.
  11. As well as helping drain the lymphatic system (immune system) it is also anti-inflammatory
  12. Increases self-confidence and make you feel better about yourself
  13. Strengthens the heart
  14. Helps oxygenate the body
  15. Gives your body a G Force – thereby strengthening muscles
  16. Increases lung capacity
  17. Lowers blood pressure
  18. Increases endurance
  19. Improves the immune system
  20. Improves the effects of other exercises you may do
  21. Reduces your risk of chronic disease
  22. Improves sleep quality
  23. Fights fatigue
  24. Reduces risk of developing dementia
  25. Reduces the risk of falls and improves balance
  26. Improves the memory
  27. Improves posture
  28. Easy on the joints
  29. FUN!!


The ideal is to rebound for around 15-30 minutes each morning and evening, easier said than done as it does wear you out!!


For more information on the benefits of rebounding click the link

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Councils to Crack Down on Unlicensed HMOs

Councils in North Northamptonshire will be taking action to tackle private landlords whose properties are not licensed, following recent changes in legislation to a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO), which came into effect on 1 October 2018.


The legislation now requires any privately rented property occupied by five or more people living as two or more households to be licensed under the mandatory HMO scheme.


Since the legislation came into force, councils in North Northamptonshire have been working with landlords to make sure that their properties are correctly licensed. Teams have aligned HMO standards and processes to make it easier for landlords to comply if they have properties across district boundaries.


Private Sector Housing Officers are now pursuing landlords and managers that fail to licence their properties. Landlords operating an illegal HMO could face prosecution and an unlimited fine or a penalty of up to £30,000. Tenants or the council can also apply to have up to 12 months rent repaid to them if their rented property should be licensed, but the landlord has not made an application.


Leader of East Northamptonshire Council, Cllr Steven North, said: “Changes to the way we license HMO properties came into effect last year in order to provide further assurance and protection to private tenants.


“We have been working with our neighbouring councils to provide landlords with the information they need to ensure their properties meets the new legislation but will now take action to prosecute those that do not responsibly license their private lets.”


Tenants can check if their property is licenced by looking on the Public Register at:


To report an unlicensed property you can email or call the team on 01832 742102.


Northamptonshire Traditional English Country Pub Scoops Top Food and Drink Award

A family-run pub known for its outdoor dining and welcoming atmosphere has won a major award, recognising its excellent service and high-quality menu.

 The Brampton Halt, located in Chapel Brampton, has scooped the Food and Drink prize at the prestigious Northamptonshire Business Awards (NBA).

The glittering ceremony was hosted by comedian Stephen K. Amos and took place on Thursday, November 7, at Northampton’s County Ground.

 The pub, part of the McManus Pub Company, was purchased in 2003. It fast became popular for its outdoor space and beautiful views, which prompted the McManus family to inject more than £1m into restoring and renovating the venue.the brampton halt

It has been run by husband and wife team Tim and Donna Leah for more than 15 years.

 Landlord Tim said: “We’re hugely honoured to have picked up the Food and Drink Award at the NBAs this year. But running a public house is truly a team effort and we would not have been winners without every single person who works here, either front of house or out the back.

“Over the years we’ve really grown the business into a place that caters for all ages. In the day we’re a family-run pub that welcomes kids of all ages. In the evenings we get lots of young people visiting, keen to meet their mates and have a few pints, as well as older people who might seek a quiet corner and a read of the paper.

“We’ve also become a popular venue for weddings and parties after we had our outdoor kitchen fitted. Our newly renovated patio has opened the space up, so we can cater for even more people who wish to visit us over the course of the summer. If you haven’t been to visit us before, then you’re missing out!”

More than 50 people are employed at the Brampton Halt and many of them have been extensively trained to ensure customer service goes above and beyond.

Gary McManus, who has been at the helm of the family business since 1989, added: “The Brampton Halt represents the epitome of traditional English country pubs. We have a passion for excellence, coupled with constant investment. We pride ourselves in serving quality, locally-sourced food and beverages, combined with first-class service.

“We’ve worked hard to ensure in the winter months, the Halt is the go-to public house to visit because of its cosy interior, which we’ve recently renovated. In the summer, we throw open the windows and crank up the BBQ as thousands flock to us, happy to take advantage of the country views, the beautiful lake and the huge outdoor patio space we’ve created.

“This award is hugely deserved for the Brampton Halt team and we will continue to ensure it remains one of the most popular pubs in the county during all seasons.”

The NBAs are an annual awards programme which recognises exceptional businesses and business people across the county. All the winners are determined by an independent judging panel and they are scored against set criteria and marked through a bespoke software-based scoring system. On the night a total of 12 trophies were handed out.

Steeped in history, the Brampton Halt is located on the Brampton Way, the old railway line which ran through Northampton. The building is the former old stationmaster’s house and provides the perfect setting for fabulous BBQs, fireworks and family events.

The McManus Pub Company owns an estate of traditional pubs, country inns, sport bars and gastro pub restaurants in Northampton, Middlesex and Leigh-on-Sea.

Council teams up to tackle drugs in East Northants

Illegal drugs in East Northamptonshire have been sniffed out during an operation by East Northamptonshire Council, Northamptonshire Police and Alpha K9 Security Services.


On Friday 8 November 2019, ENC ran their most recent drug dog operation and a suspected Class A substance was recovered from one premises. During the evening, the team visited 15 licensed premises in total across the district and 11 stop searches were carried out by Northamptonshire Police of people who had been identified by the drugs dog. The majority of these searches confirmed drugs had been used by the individuals in the hours prior to being searched.


A Council spokesperson said: “We are proud to have joined up with Northamptonshire Police and Alpha K9 Security Services on these successful operations. Everyone involved has worked hard to ensure this was a success and a special mention should go to Raunds Town Council who funded the operation and are clearly taking proactive steps to keep their residents safe.


“The success we had wouldn’t have been possible without the help of the local community. This is an example of community engagement at its finest. We would like to thank local residents for the large amount of intelligence we have received concerning drugs and to those who were supportive whilst our staff were on the operation.”


DC Jane Manning of the East Northants Neighbourhood Policing Team, who led the operation, said: “By increasing both our visibility and visits to licensed premises, we are making it harder for those involved in the supply of drugs in our towns and villages.


“Having the resources of Alpha K9 Security Services available to us was invaluable to the operation, and we must thank Raunds Town Council for their support in providing the funding for the specialist drugs dog and handler.


“As a result of being able to take the dog into the licensed premises, we spoke to a number of people who confirmed they had used drugs earlier that evening, and enquiries are on-going into the possession of a suspected Class A drug.


“Detecting and preventing the use and sale of illegal drugs in our communities is a key part of our work, and it was great to speak with people during this operation to explain what we were doing and why – the general feedback we had from the public, patrons and landlords were positive.

“We will continue to work in partnership with Licensing Officer Rita Groves and her team at East Northamptonshire District Council, and the night time economy to provide a safe environment for visitors of all ages to enjoy.”


If you suspect drug activity in your area, and would like to report it, please contact Northamptonshire Police on 101.

New Deputy Managing Director appointed to Oxford Innovation

A leading light in the economic development of the Thames Valley has been confirmed as the Deputy Managing Director of the UK’s foremost innovation centre operator.

oxford innovation

Tim Smith MBE has joined Oxford Innovation in a new key role focussed on the day-to-day running of the company. Previously the Chief Executive Officer of the Thames Valley Berkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), Tim brings immediate knowledge and experience of the critical part that innovative start-up companies play in economic growth.


Between April 2015 and March 2019, he led the implementation of a strategy that created or safe-guarded nearly 4,500 jobs, assisted 1,500 businesses and helped to train and upskill over 3,700 workers.

Tim Smith, Deputy Managing Director of Oxford Innovation

Tim Smith, Deputy Managing Director of Oxford Innovation

Tim will support Oxford Innovation Managing Director, Jo Stevens, who is leading the organisation’s ambitious growth plans, which include the management of more than 40 innovation centres across the UK and Ireland.


Jo said: “We are delighted to be welcoming Tim, who has spent many years leading on programmes of economic development for the Thames Valley and beyond.


“Our clients are wrestling with many of the issues that have been at the forefront of Tim’s in-tray, notably how to ensure that the presence of great universities translate into local jobs and economic growth as well as how to develop and support the ‘harder-to-help’ towns of a region.


“Oxford Innovation’s work is about making places work better, through the delivery of successful and sustainable innovation centres, particularly for small business, entrepreneurs and for the innovation economy; we and our clients will greatly value his experience and leadership.”


Established in 1987, Oxford Innovation has grown to become the country’s largest provider of innovation centres; flexible workspace and support for innovative, early stage business.


So far this year, three new innovation centres have been launched; two in Oxford and one Essex, with additional centres in Newcastle, High Wycombe and Aylesbury to be launched in the next three months. Future plans include a centre in Haverhill, Suffolk and a first centre in the Republic of Ireland.


Tim Smith said: “I have been involved with the SQW Group for several years and have long respected the integrity, professionalism and expertise of Oxford Innovation and its sister companies.


“I am delighted to have joined the company and look forward to helping it realise its growth ambitions and supporting even more innovators in the future.”


To find out more about any of the services Oxford Innovation provide visit: or call 01865 261480.


Grub Club Leicestershire-Northants to launch at Warner’s Distillery

Grub Club Events is launching a new group – Grub Club Northants-Leicestershire. The new group will hold its first event on Tuesday 3 December, at the multi-award-winning Warner’s distillery in Harrington, Northants.

Falls Farm Botanical Garden

Falls Farm Botanical Garden

The new group is an expansion of the existing Grub Club Cambridge – a business networking group for foodies, and movers and shakers in the food industry. Its first Leicestershire-Northants event will include a delicious dinner and the chance to network with others in the food industry.


Grub Club was founded by Vhari Russell and Cat New of The Food Marketing Expert. Vhari said: “This is our first event in this area, and we can’t wait to connect more food and drink businesses, as great things happen over great food and drink.”

Cat New and Vhari Russell

Cat New and Vhari Russell

As well as dinner, the event will include a tour of the distillery, allowing visitors to sample some of the innovative gins that have made Warner’s one of the most successful of the country’s many up-and-coming gin distillers. Warner’s was founded on the family farm in 2012, since when it has forged a reputation for creating novel and great-tasting gins as part of its mission of “Saving the world from mediocre gin”.


Tickets for the event are available from Eventbrite [LINK:] or visit for more information.

Planning Applications: 22 November 2019 WEEKLY LIST

To add your comments to any planning applications – click on the ENC website or click the link below to go directly to the article you require.


Notice is given that the following applications have been received together with the last date for making representations:


19/01734/FUL (21/12/2019)

(LB/CA) (Art8)

Installation of a buried mains water supply pipe connecting Lyveden New Bield Cottage to Lyveden Manor. As part of Lyveden Reconnected works already permitted in application   18/01818/FUL at Lyveden Manor Harley Way Oundle PE8 5AT


19/01692/FUL (21/12/2019)


Installation of balcony and ironworks at Kings Lodge 9 Manor Farm Apethorpe PE8 5DP


19/01683/FUL (21/12/2019)


To remove two existing garage doors and replace with 1.5m high rendered walls and two black cross leaded windows to match the existing walls and windows at 6 Grafton Road Brigstock NN14 3EY


19/01759/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

Rear two storey and single storey extensions at 10 Main Road Collyweston Stamford PE9 3PF

Higham Ferrers

19/01739/FUL and 19/01839/LBC (21/12/2019) (LB/CA) (LBRegs)

Demolition of existing outbuildings including garage, car port and garden store in the Conservation Area at 1 Hind Stile Higham Ferrers Rushden NN10 8EA


19/01737/VAR (14/12/2019) (Info)

Variation of conditions 4 and 17; Removal of condition 11 to allow for boundary treats and amended plans pursuant to application number 17/00836/FUL

Condition 4 – Boundary

Condition 11 – No gates

Condition 17 – Plans at Lakes View 9A Manor Drive Irthlingborough

Kings Cliffe

19/01762/FUL (21/12/2019)


Replacement of all windows and external doors; replacement of rainwater goods; chimney removal; roof and wall repairs at 25 West Street Kings Cliffe PE8


19/01707/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

3 bedroom dormer bungalow built in garden of 22 The Drove, Nassington. Single timber garage

within curtilage of proposed development to be removed at 22 The Drove Nassington


19/01750/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

Relocation of boundary wall at 17 Hillfield Road Oundle PE8

19/01752/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

New dormer window to front elevation at 7 Lime Avenue Oundle


19/01728/REM (14/12/2019) (Info)

Reserved matters:  Revised scheme for Plot 3 access, appearance, landscaping, layout and scale pursuant to planning permission 17/02442/OUT -Outline: Erection of three residential dwellings (all matters reserved) and 19/00808/REM at Antona House 32 Stanwick Road Raunds

19/01757/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

Proposed single storey rear flat roof extension; along with extended garage roof over proposed extension; part conversion of existing garage; along with a render finish applied at rear first floor level at 77 London Road Raunds NN9 6EH


19/01703/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

Single storey Front Extension at 29 Chestnut Close Rushden NN10 9RS

19/01747/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

Change of use of land and building from agricultural to a sui generis haulage business yard (retrospective) at 317 Bedford Road Rushden

19/01754/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

Single storey rear extension to provide additional office space for the existing care home (Re- submission of 18/01520/FUL) at 86 Wymington Road Rushden  NN10 9LA

19/01756/FUL (14/12/2019)


Proposed front extension at 11 Mill Estate Wymington Road Rushden NN10 9LD

19/01784/FUL (14/12/2019)


Conservatory to rear at 11 Alpine Road Rushden NN10 9RJ

Thorpe Achurch

19/01778/VAR (21/12/2019)


Variation of condition 2 (approved plans) to allow for revised drawings pursuant to 19/00657/FUL – Rear glazed extension to garage to form gym at Thorpe Castle House Aldwincle Road Thorpe Waterville  NN14 3ED


19/01528/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

Erection of 3 terraced units for B1 Employment Use together with car parking and vehicle circulation areas at Land Off Top Close Thrapston

19/01666/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

Change of use of current offices (B1) to non-residential institution (D1); Erection of fencing around Eastern entrance; installation of 2 gates to existing fencing at Western boundary (materials and colour to match existing) at East  Council Cedar Drive Thrapston


19/01724/FUL (14/12/2019)


Installation of new site boundary gate and frame at 33 Islington Titchmarsh NN14 3DG

19/01725/LBC (21/12/2019)


Attach new site boundary gate and frame at 33 Islington Titchmarsh


19/01611/FUL (14/12/2019) (Info)

Alterations and extension to existing garage to create carport with associated ramp access, revised layout and new access to highway at Willowbrook Barn Pound Lane Woodnewton


Planning Applications: 08 November 2019 WEEKLY LIST

To add your comments to any planning applications – click on the ENC website or click the link below to go directly to the article you require.


Notice is given that the following applications have been received together with the last date for making representations:


19/01563/FUL (07/12/2019) (Info) (Art8) Demolition of existing dwelling and replacement with new dwelling at Poultry Farm Lowick Road Aldwincle NN14 3EL


19/01654/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) Extension to and conversion of existing detached garage block into two storey dwelling with integral garage at Willoughby House 110 Main Street Aldwincle NN14 3EP


19/01719/VAR(30/11/2019) (Info) Variation of condition 8 to allow for variation of fascias and window design pursuant to planning permission  17/02560/FUL Two 2 storey Dwellings with access path, Access drive and six parking  spaces including 2 for existing bungalow. Proposed dwellings to be sited at bottom of rear garden at 10 Cross Lane Aldwincle NN14 3EG


19/01720/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) External alterations (as per Design and Access statement) including replacement windows, new door opening, installation of bi fold doors, remodel existing porch; Replace garage door, installation of French door balcony on first floor garage, extend existing garage windows at 51 Main Street Aldwincle NN14 3EL


19/01721/LBC (07/12/2019) (LBRegs) External and internal alterations (as per Design and Access statement) including replacement windows, rear roof extension, installation of bi fold doors, installation of roof lights, remodel existing porch, removal of internal walls and additional internal alterations at 51 Main Street Aldwincle NN14 3EL



19/01738/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) Conversion and extension of redundant barns to form a single new dwelling and associated off road parking at The Estate Yard Main Street Bulwick



19/01657/FUL and 9/01658/LBC (07/12/2019) (LB/CA) (LBRegs) Retrospective Application – Works to outbuildings only: Installation of concertina doors, tiling to floor, boiler installed in corner of store (Store 1), staircase to garage to access roof void (Store 1a); Lining of the walls and tiling of the floor (Store 2) at 9 Church Street Easton On The Hill   Stamford



19/01686/FUL (07/12/2019) (Info) (LB/CA) Ground floor rear extension at Clairville Wakerley Road Harringworth


Higham Ferrers

19/01695/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) Single storey rear extension at 16 Roman Way Higham Ferrers Rushden NN10



19/01746/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) Replacement garage with first floor extension above and amendments to previously approved 19/00601/FUL for single storey rear extension, alterations to the front elevation,  replacement windows, doors, roof material, guttering and fascias and full rendering of property at 89A Lowick


Kings Cliffe

19/01584/FUL (Info) (LB/CA) Raising of rear thatched eave line either side of dormer windows; Replacement of concrete tiles on rear roof with blue slate tiles ; Removal of part limestone boundary wall and widening of driveway to provide additional parking space at 52 West Street Kings Cliffe


19/01585/LBC (07/12/2019) (LBRegs)Raising of rear thatched roof eaves line either side of dormer windows to create overhang to allow run off and preservation of thatch. Eveline to be lead lined; replacement of concrete tiles on rear roof with blue slate tiles; Removal of part limestone boundary wall and widening of cobble driveway at 52 West Street Kings Cliffe   PE8 6XA



19/01733/FUL (07/12/2019) (LB/CA) Change of use from dwelling to Health Care Clinic (D1) use at 10 Stoke Hill Oundle   PE8 4BH



19/01630/OUT (30/11/2019) (Info) Outline: Erection of five dwellings (All matters reserved) at Land Adjacent Brook Farm Cottage Brooks Road Raunds


19/01633/OUT (30/11/2019) (Info) Outline: Erection of two dwellings (All matters reserved) at Land Adjacent Brook Farm Cottage Brooks Road Raunds



19/01569/FUL (07/12/2019) (LB/CA) change of use of the existing public house (Class A4) to a mixed-use comprising restaurant and bar  (Classes A3 and A4) at ground floor level with external and internal alterations involving a rear  extension, the creation of a new lower ground floor to provide ancillary restaurant/bar space, a first  floor rear extension together with an associated extension of the roof above, and the sub-division  of the first floor and the new accommodation within the roof space to create a total of 8 self-contained flats at 105 High Street Rushden  NN10 0NZ


19/01652/FUL (07/12/2019) (Info) (LB/CA) Change of use from a taxi office to a dog grooming salon, additional works to single storey annex at 22A Church Street Rushden NN10 9YT


19/01689/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) Creation of first floor with raised roof constructed over the existing bungalow at 223 Avenue Road Rushden   NN10 0SN


19/01702/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) Installation of a two storey portakabin office building linked into Pharmaron’s existing unit. (Re-submission with additional information to mitigate previous concerns on Application 19/01020/FUL) at Pharmaron UK Pegasus Way Rushden NN10 6ER


19/01711/VAR (30/11/2019) (Info)Variation of conditions 4 and 5 pursuant to 9/00953/FUL – Erection of a lightweight relocatable building positioned in existing service yard for shelter of overspill product storage Condition 4 – Temporary use Condition 5 – PIR lighting at 1 Spire Road Rushden  NN10 0FN


19/01712/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) Two storey rear extension (partially over existing ground floor kitchen) (Resubmission of 19/01371/FUL) at 15 Benedict Close Rushden NN10 9PH


19/01714/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) Erection of a two storey side extension; single storey side extension with roof terrace over; Single storey rear extension; Porch and porch canopy to front elevation; rendering the existing brickwork, timber cladding to the existing bay window and gable end; New front boundary wall/railings and gates at 231 Bedford Road Rushden  NN10 0SQ



19/01717/VAR (30/11/2019) (Info) Variation of conditions pursuant to application 18/02167/FUL Conditions 2 and 3 – Demolition of existing detached dwelling house and replacement with new detached dwelling house Condition 2 – drawings Condition 3 – materials at Green Lodge Farm Brigstock Road Sudborough   NN14 3BU



19/01697/FUL (07/12/2019) (Info) (LB/CA) Change of use from 1 vacant retail shop (A1) No75 and 1 vacant office (B1) No73, to 2No. Dwellings (C3) – No71 to remain as retail shop (A1); Replacement external doors, block up existing door and installation of obscure glazing at No75 at 71 – 75 High Street Thrapston


19/01698/LBC (07/12/2019) (LBRegs) Addition of internal walls; Replacement external doors, block up existing door and installation of obscure glazing at No75; Installation of external gate to allow for the change of use from 1 vacant retail shop (A1) No75 and 1 vacant office (B1) No73, to 2No. Dwellings (C3) at 71 – 75 High Street Thrapston


19/01726/REM (07/12/2019) (Art8) Reserved matters: layout, appearance, landscaping pursuant to outline approval 07/02457/OUT (partial re-plan of 16/1690/REM relating only to 14 dwellings.) – Outline application for residential  development and Doctors Surgery.  (All matters reserved except for means of access) dated 21.12.2007 at Land off Huntingdon and Market Road Thrapston



19/01530/LBC (07/12/2019) (LBRegs) Installation of staircase, part removal of partition wall and construction of new partition at first floor,  alterations and improvements at 41 Islington Titchmarsh Kettering  NN14 3DG


19/01623/FUL (30/11/2019) (Info) Change of use of agricultural land and buildings to B1(C) B2 and B8 uses and erection of security fencing and gates. (Fresh application following refusal of 18/02401/FUL) (Retrospective) at Newbrook Farm Islington Titchmarsh Kettering NN14 3DG



19/01490/FUL (07/12/2019) (Info) (LB/CA) Installation of 6 solar panels to garage roof at 2 Oaklee Close Wadenhoe    PE8 5SQ