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Planning Applications: 16 December 2020 WEEKLY LIST

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

 

Irthlingborough

20/01587/FUL

(10 January 2021) (CA) Demolition of existing building and erection of 8 dwellings including landscaping, formation of vehicular accesses to highways and highway improvement works 102 Nene View Irthlingborough

Applicant: Strada Group Limited – Mr M Kahn

Brigstock

20/01628/FULand 20/01629/LBC

(10 January 2021) (CA)(LB)

New windows(rear and side elevation)and doors; new rainwater goods and waste pipes; conservation survey and remedial measures to address gap identified; repairs to roof; internal alterations; General associated works as per the Design and Access statement 35 High Street Brigstock

Applicant: Shirley Bower

Kings Cliffe

20/01626/FUL

(10 January 2021) (CA) Proposed front extension 30 Wood Road Kings Cliffe

Applicant: Mr James Taylor

Lowick And Slipton

20/01602/FUL

(10 January 2021) (CA) To remove the existing cedar shingle roof tiles and replace them with clay pantile roof tiles in natural red Halfpenny Cottage 12 Robbs Lane Lowick

Applicant: Mr John Matcham

Raunds

20/01580/LBC

(10 January 2021) (LB) Replacement windows and doors to property. 40 Grove Street Raunds

Applicant: Miss Hicks

Denford

20/01581/FUL

(10 January 2021) (CA) Erection of

dwelling following demolition of car sales room and office (Resubmission of 20/00253/FUL) Denford Garage High Street Denford

Applicant: Draper And Leonard

Thorpe Achurch

20/01460/FUL

(10 January 2021) (CA) Conversion of coachouse to ancillary habitable accommodation; Extension of existing

outbuilding to form new garage / carport Thorpe Farmhouse Aldwincle Road Thorpe Waterville

Applicant: Mr And Mrs Sorabjee

Collyweston

20/01438/LBC

(10 January 2021) (LB) Removal of two areas of the roof to allow for installation of 2 x conservation roof lights.

2 Ketton Road Collyweston

Applicant: Mr And Mrs McKinney

Titchmarsh

20/01593/FUL

(10 January 2021) (CA) Erection of two storey rear extension and removal of redundant chimney stack (Revised

scheme to 20/00870/FUL) 19 Chapel Street Titchmarsh

Applicant: Ms Tasha Darington

Ashton

20/00622/FUL

(10 January 2021) (ART15) Erection of polytunnels OP6967 TL0489 Tansor Road Elmington

Applicant: Lutton Farm

Collyweston

20/01437/FUL

(10 January 2021) (CA) Installation of 2 x conservation roof lights. 2 Ketton Road Collyweston

Applicant: Mr And Mrs McKinney

Collyweston

20/01579/LBC

(10 January 2021) (LB) Demolition of existing rear extension walls to be replaced by oak and glass walls on the

same footprint and keeping the same roof; removal of an internal listed wall; replacement of existing detached rear

outbuilding with new outbuilding 108 Main Road Collyweston

Applicant: Mr Christian Wards

Thorpe Achurch

20/01461/LBC

(10 January 2021) (LB) Conversion of curtilage listed coachouse to allow for ancillary habitable accommodation;

Extension of existing curtilage listed outbuilding to form new garage / carport Thorpe Farmhouse Aldwincle Road Thorpe Waterville

Applicant: Mr And Mrs Sorabjee

Easton-on-the-Hill

20/01226/FUL

(10 January 2021) (CA) Proposed erection of 5 new detached dwellings with associated private drive and hard and soft landscaping 37 West Street Easton On The Hill

Applicant: West Street Nurseries Ltd – Mr P Gibbons

Pilton

20/01588/FUL

(10 January 2021) (CA) Single storey rear extension, removal of shed to be replaced with canopy structure, replacement windows on main dwelling (x 14) and existing outbuilding (x 2) Manor Cottage Main Street Pilton

Applicant: Mr J Jones

Higham Ferrers

20/01547/FUL

(5 January 2021) (ART15) Change of use of land to football pitch and exercise/training area including ground works to remove soil bund and level playing pitch area, sand top to pitch followed by seeding and laying out of pitch area land adjacent Newton Road Higham Ferrers

Applicant: Department Of Education And Duchy Of Lancaster

Stanwick

20/00873/LBC

(5 January 2021) (LB) Repair, alteration and reinstatement of estate walls; Clear and rebuild curtilage listed barn for ancillary estate use; Erection of single storey extension/ garden room to South West corner of Stanwick Hall

Stanwick Hall Higham Road Stanwick Applicant: Gina Parker and Simon Russell

Harringworth

20/01333/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) Proposed extensions to sides and rear of property. Re-build front garden wall with new

entrance gates Maystone House Gretton Road Harringworth

Applicant: Mr Craig Slater

Stanwick

20/01507/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) Carry out landscaping works to include the creation of a wildlife pond Stanwick Hall Higham Road Stanwick

Applicant: Gina Parker And Simon Russell

Thrapston

20/01481/LBC

(5 January 2021) (LB) Strengthening and repair of the arch barrels of Nine Arches Bridge Nine Arches Bridge Bridge Street Thrapston

Applicant: Kier  WSP – Northamptonshire

Highways – Mr A Prud’homme

Apethorpe

20/01533/FUL

(5 January 2021) (LOCSIT) Change of use of barns and associated land from agricultural to wedding venue, with

associated vehicular access, car parking, landscaping; open roof canopy to the side; two free standing pergolas to the

rear and installation of a ground source heat pump (consisting alterations to previously approved scheme  18/00627/FUL)

Land and buildings adjacent To Bluefields Farm  assington Road Apethorpe

Applicant: Bluefield Consultants Ltd – Mr Elborne

Kings Cliffe

20/01470/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) To replace three windows with like for like windows (two wooden sash and one wooden casement) 10 Park Street Kings Cliffe

Applicant: Mr J Wooding

Kings Cliffe

20/01520/LBC and 20/01519/FUL

(5 January 2021) (LB) (CA)Rear single Storey extension; addition of traditional canopy over front door and alterations to existing garden room as per proposed plans (Resubmission of 19/01802/LBC) 2 The Dovecote Park Street Kings Cliffe

Applicant: Mr And Mrs Tomalin

Oundle

20/01482/LBC and 20/01484/FUL

(5 January 2021) (LB)(CA) To replace 14 existing windows; Replace 2 exterior doors with bespoke hardwood timber doors in a design to match the current doors; Replace Driveway and Pedestr an Gates, with hardwood gates of similar dimensions. 43 Benefield Road Oundle

Applicant: Mr Gregory Dickinson

Benefield

20/01490/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) Change of use from agricultural land to residential (garden) land on a piece of land adjoining the existing dwelling’s garden 24B Main Street Upper Benefield

Applicant: Simon Rees

Laxton

20/01458/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) Single storey rear extension Willow Down Cottage 8 Main Street Laxton

Applicant: Mrs Janet Monkman

Benefield

20/01543/LBC

(5 January 2021) (LB) Replacement window (retrospective) and 2 No. doors (New) 17 Main Street Upper Benefield

Applicant: E Courtney

Oundle

20/01546/LBC and 20/01545/FUL

(5 January 2021) (LB)(CA) Temporary removal of gate. Dismantle two metre length of garden wall to provide access for building operations of previously approved scheme 20/00502/FUL. Reconstruct wall and reinstate gate.

Flat 13 Parson Lathams Hospital 24 North Street Oundle

Applicant: Parson Latham’s Hospital In Oundle – Mr Graham Sands

Twywell

20/01478/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) Construction of two new detached dwellings with integral garage and landscaping work

The Gables High Street Twywell Applicant: Mr Luciano Valentino

Stanwick

20/01011/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) Change of use of existing ancillary cottages to allow for use as self-catering rental  accommodation (Retrospective); Erection of a shepherds hut for additional self-catering rental accommodation; Landscaping works to include tree planting and re-instatement of second gravel drive Stanwick Hall Higham Road Stanwick

Applicant: Gina Parker and Simon Russell

Barnwell

20/01319/FUL

(5 January 2021) (LB) Installation of 18 x 370W Solar PV panels onto a ground mounted support frame using screw pile anchors 51 Main Street Barnwell

Applicant: Mr And Mrs Brown

Easton-on-the-Hill

20/01491/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) Installation of garden room 58 High Street Easton On The Hill

Applicant: Mrs Jodie Wilson

Stanwick

20/00872/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) Carry out landscaping works to the garden of Stanwick Hall (including installation of

tennis court / MUGA); Repair, alteration and reinstatement of estate walls; Erection of detached greenhouse; Construct a swimming pool and pergola; Clear and rebuild curtilage listed barn for ancillary estate use; Erection of single storey extensions / garden room on the South West corner of Stanwick Hall Stanwick Hall Higham Road Stanwick

Applicant: Gina Parker and Simon Russell

Kings Cliffe

20/01449/FUL

(5 January 2021) (CA) Demolition of stone shed to be replaced with single storey extension coursed limestone,

Collyweston slate roof and conservation roof light, this will form a new breakfast room from the existing kitchen, with glazed doors to the north and west elevations; new glazed link which will create a direct access to the existing utility room and study with a Collyweston slate roof and conservation roof light, glazed doors to north elevation to maintain access through main house to West Street; replacement of existing north/west study roof with Collyweston slate to match main dwelling and kitchen extension and addition of conservation roof light and window to east  elevation of study to be replaced with french doors. 38 West Street Kings Cliffe

Applicant: Mrs Jo Rhodes-Lewis

Kings Cliffe

20/01450/LBC

(5 January 2021) (LB) Demolition of stone shed to be replaced with single storey extension coursed limestone, Collyweston slate roof and conservation roof light, this will form a new breakfast room from the existing kitchen, with glazed doors to the north and west elevation; new glazed link which will create a direct access to the existing utility room and study with a Collyweston slate roof and conservation roof light, glazed doors to north elevation to maintain access through main house to West Street; replacement of existing north/west study roof with Collyweston slate to match main dwelling and kitchen extension and addition of conservation roof light and window to east elevation of study to be replaced with french doors. Internal alterations to main house to include new shower room to first floor; removal of chimney breast in utility room at ground floor level only; Removal of section of kitchen wall into glazed link 38 West Street Kings Cliffe

Applicant: Mrs Jo Rhodes-Lewis

Thrapston

20/00969/VAR

(5 January 2021) (CA) Variation of Condition 2 (Materials) and Condition 3 (Approved Plans) to allow for amended drawings to show change of materials pursuant to 19/01503/FUL – Erection of two dwellings Land rear of 7 to 9 Chancery Lane Thrapston

Applicant: Lines

Woodford

20/01479/PNT

(5 January 2021) (GPDO) The installation of 6 no. replacement and 6 no. new antennas and associated ancillary development at the water tower Site 1840 Water Tower Addington Road Applicant: Wireless Infrastructure, On

Behalf Of MBNL, EE Ltd

Willingness to Take Part in COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Across Region

Thousands of people across the East Midlands are putting themselves forward to take part in COVID-19 vaccine research trials driven by a desire to generate faster results and to help others in their community, according to new research revealed today.

Council and police hold joint patrols to support pandemic restrictions

A survey carried out in the region reveals that more than two in three (69%) people would consider putting themselves forward to take part in research to find a vaccine to slow the spread of the virus.

 

Amongst those who said that they would consider taking part in vaccine research, the most powerful motivations included supporting research to deliver faster answers (85%) and helping others in my community (59%). Three quarters of all respondents (76%) identified support to help with transport and childcare as something that would encourage them to volunteer to take part in research.

 

The findings, released by the Centre for Black and Minority Ethnic Health in Leicester, and the NIHR Clinical Research Network East Midlands, come from a survey conducted to understand more about attitudes towards vaccine research and how they differ across different communities.

 

Research studies are testing the effectiveness of a range of candidate vaccines to determine their safety and efficacy before those that are successful are rolled out to the general public. An essential part of trials is ensuring that they work effectively for people from different communities. The data and responses from this survey are being analysed to inform the creation of content to inform and encourage members of the public to take part in COVID-19 vaccine trials.

 

The findings show that attitudes towards research participation change over age. Six in ten (62%) of respondents aged 18-44 said that they would consider taking part in COVID-19 vaccine research, rising to three-quarters (77%) of people aged 45+. In addition, the survey found that people from White communities were more likely (76%) to say that they would consider participating in research to find a vaccine than those from Asian (53%) and Black (38%) communities.

 

Professor Kamlesh Khunti, Director of the NIHR ARC East Midlands and Professor of Primary Care Diabetes and Vascular Medicine at the University of Leicester, said:

 

“We are proud to be delivering vital vaccine research in the East Midlands and we are incredibly grateful to everyone who has signed up to support this important work. It is essential that vaccines work effectively for people from all backgrounds, and the results of this survey are helping us to better understand the different motivations and barriers that can affect participation in research. We will be using the findings to encourage all research sites within our region and beyond to ensure that research is as inclusive as possible.”

 

The survey results also indicate that people with previous experience of either receiving a vaccine or taking part in research are inclined to do so again. The proportion of people who said that they would consider taking part in COVID-19 vaccine research rose to 74% amongst those who received a flu vaccine last year, and 78% amongst those who have previously been involved in clinical trials.

 

Professor Khunti added:

 

“It is extremely pleasing to see that people who have a history of either taking part in research or receiving a flu vaccine are more likely to consider joining the research effort to find a vaccine for COVID-19. This is testament to the positive experience of research that the overwhelming majority of participants have, and shows that people who receive vaccines are clear about the benefits of doing so and the impact that a vaccine for this virus could have.

 

“The news on vaccines in recent weeks has been incredibly uplifting, but there is more work to do. We need people to continue signing up to support COVID-19 vaccine research so that we can test a range of different vaccines and ensure that we find vaccines that can protect as many people as possible. I would encourage everyone across the East Midlands to step forward and be part of this enormous research effort.”

 

So far, over 28,000 people across the East Midlands have signed up to support COVID-19 vaccine research through the NHS COVID-19 Vaccine Research Registry, with over 350,000 registrations from across the UK. The registry enables researchers to quickly contact people who have expressed their interest in taking part in vaccine trials to ensure that studies can be delivered quickly and effectively.

 

Research teams across the East Midlands have been involved in the delivery of three COVID-19 vaccine trials. To find out more about research and to sign up to support vaccine research, visit nhs.uk/researchcontact.

Rothwell Children Decorate Housebuilder’s Christmas Tree

Rothwell children decorate housebuilder’s Christmas tree

 

Local children helped to spread some festive cheer at a new homes development in Rothwell by decorating a Christmas tree on the site.

 

Persimmon Homes invited students from Rothwell Junior School to ‘bring a bauble’ to put on the Christmas tree at its Woodland Valley development in the town.

 

Bridget Leder, from Rothwell Junior School, said: “The children were thrilled to help decorate the tree for Persimmon. It was a lovely way for them to see how they could be part of the community.”

 

Claire Dearsley, sales director at Persimmon Homes Midlands, added: “Our Christmas tree decoration event at Woodland Valley was the perfect way to kick off the holiday season.

 

“The event was a lovely opportunity to bring together local people and bring some Christmas joy to the community.

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“Woodland Valley is quickly establishing itself as a neighbourhood and we look forward to welcoming even more new residents in the coming months.”

 

The development, on Desborough Road, is planned to deliver a selection of two, three, four and five bedroom homes to suit a range of buyers.PHM_WoodlandValley_tree1

 

For further information on the development, visit www.persimmonhomes.com

 

Save your Kitchen and Save your Sanity this Christmas

Save your kitchen and save your sanity this Christmas

It’s the most wonderful time of year, where we can eat drink and be merry and this year more than ever it is a great time to be enjoying time with our family.

One of the downsides of all that eating, and drinking is it requires a whole lot of time in the kitchen preparing festive treats as well as all the inevitable cleaning up afterwards.

This Christmas, whether you want to prepare some festive treats as gifts, make a delicious eggs benedict Christmas brunch, or impress with your turkey dinner- the Thermomix can help save your sanity and save your kitchen this Christmas.

What is the Thermomix? thermomix

The Thermomix is all your kitchen gadgets in one, combining an incredible 20 features – you can whisk, caramelize, brown, chop, steam, sauté, blend, boil, knead, emulsify, mill, grind, grate, and knead all at the touch of a button.

Even the most reluctant chef will be drawn to the design of the sleek, compact unit with easy to use touch screen features. With smart technology your Thermomix constantly gets better with new updates and new functions to make life in the kitchen easier.

Unlimited recipes

Using the built-in Wi-Fi connectivity you can access Cookidoo with 40,000 recipes at the touch of a button or you can use the guided cooking function to see step by step instructions to create everything from festive cocktails to delicious bread or even help with Christmas dinner itself.

There are so many recipes to inspire you and help you get creative in the kitchen. You can even cater for allergies or dietary requirements.

An extra pair of hands in the kitchen

When your time is precious you do not want to be spending hours slogging away in the kitchen. The machine has the speed of having an extra pair of hands alongside you.

There are automated functions to let the Thermomix do the work for you. Whether you use the built-in scales to weigh out your Christmas cake ingredients all at once or setting a pulled pork to slow cook for your Christmas buffet.

It’s like having a professional chef next to you as you create restaurant quality food in minutes, at the touch of a button and all with minimal effort and minimal mess.

No need to use every pot, pan and appliance

One of the downsides of a big Christmas dinner is the inevitable mess that is left in the kitchen from all the dishes and appliances. It all needs to be cleaned and packed away, just at the point when you want to put your feet up.

You can clear your cupboards and workbenches of your blender, juicer, slow cooker, electric mixer and much more. The Thermomix combines all your appliances into one. It even weighs and measures your ingredients as you go.

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Not only can it help with all the jobs that you would need multiple appliances for, but it even has a self-cleaning function.

Yes! By filling the mixing bowl with water and washing up liquid and setting the unit to the built-in self-cleaning function you can finally put your feet up.

Being able to enjoy being in the kitchen and create delicious festive food to spread joy can really save your sanity this Christmas. The only downside of the Thermomix is that next Christmas EVERYONE will want come to your house for dinner.

Get in touch to book your FREE no obligation demonstration where I can show you the Thermomix can make a big difference to your Christmas.

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Tranquility Time Awaits You…

Yesterday I went on a little adventure, I headed out towards Sharnbrook, took a turn which said ‘art gallery’ and found a little oasis of calm; artists, a café where you can play games, therapists and more….plus….

The Self Care Space brought to you by Tranquility Time Retreats

The space is a cosy room for guided meditations, yoga, workshops and more.  Currently open for one on one sessions but as Covid allows the space will be opened to small groups then larger ones.

The space is so welcoming and calm, the whole area is exactly where I feel at home.  Outside lots to look at and explore – random Objet D’art hidden amongst the trees and bushes. I can imagine in the summer it will be an explosion of colour and scent but for now the autumnal colours and architectural wintery undergrowth take centre stage.  I’m sure it’s a place where fairies reside, why not go and see for yourself…

Some of the workshops on offer from Tranquility Time Retreats are currently online and they include:

Christmas Zen Time Retreat

 https://www.facebook.com/events/1092787234478320/

Tranquility Time & Self Care Rocks bring you a festive Christmas creativity and calm before Christmas Retreat. Relax as we explore the Wheel of the year through meditation, & visualisation before we gather to Design a beautiful Zen Garland together, calm our minds & bodies as I select a group goddess oracle to guide us through the winter months.

The Magic of Winter

https://www.facebook.com/events/378667626749185/

Join Sharon Strickland-Clark & Susan Royle to find the power of magic within you during these winter months, unearth your deepest wisdom as you relax, remove any limitations and take a beautiful journey inward to start your new year. Trust & let go as you flow gently into this beautiful 90 minutes for fun relaxation and enjoy sharing the Magic of Winter.

The Self Care Space brought to you by Tranquility Time Retreats

Or you can book a one to one session and see this magical place for yourself… I had a wonderful guided relaxation and had angel cards pulled for me and we looked at their meanings…

For More Information

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TranquilityTimeLtd

Telephone: 07738 095089

Email: harmonisationsue@gmail.com

Website: https://tranquilitytime.co.uk/

The Self Care Space brought to you by Tranquility Time Retreats