Posted by: Laura Hammond
Mon 25th July 2022
A new affordable housing development is to be built in Alfreton after a planning application was given the go-ahead by Amber Valley Borough Council.
The development will be built on land between The Panini Grill and 45 Mansfield Road.
The application, submitted by Nottingham Community Housing Association, sought permission to build 30 houses and four flats for affordable rents.
The bid was one of six Alfreton area planning applications to be decided by Amber Valley Borough Council in June.
Here’s a round-up of all six Alfreton area planning decisions:
AVA/2021/1221 Change of use from restaurant E(b) to hot food takeaway (sui generis)
Munch Kitchen Ltd, 87 High Street, Alfreton
AVA/2022/0059 Conversion of vacant three bedroomed house into seven bedroomed HMO by means of internal alterations, single storey side extension and single storey dormer extension to the rear
89 Mansfield Road, Alfreton
AVA/2022/0284 Erection of agricultural building
Land adjacent to Coach Road, Golden Valley, Alfreton
AVA/2022/0274 Installation of air conditioning unit
Somercotes Family Dental Centre, 350-352 Lower Somercotes, Somercotes, Alfreton
AVA/2020/0156 Erection of 30 new build dwelling houses and four flats for affordable rent
Land adjacent to 45 Mansfield Road, Alfreton
AVA/2022/0477 Application for a Lawful Development Certificate for a proposed erection of detached single storey garden building
237 Sleetmoor Lane, Swanwick, Alfreton
The decisions were published in papers presented to Amber Valley Borough Council’s planning board on Monday (July 25).
You can view the list of all Amber Valley planning decisions made in June here.
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