11th November – A beacon of light to remember our fallen.

There will be a commemoration of 100 years since the end of the First World War in Longnor Market Place on the evening of Sunday 11th of November.

Join us as we pay tribute to our fallen heroes of WW1

6:55  – The Last Post

7:00 – Lighting of the Beacon

7:05 –  Ringing out for Peace followed by a cry for Peace around the World

7:15 – Lighting Candles in Remembrance of Loved Ones

 

Assets Register

Longnor Parish Council owns the following items located in Longnor Parish

Bus Stop

Lamp-posts

Market Place

Old Playground Equipment  listed here

These assets have been historically valued at  £102,473

Recently the following assets have been added

Telephone  Kiosk

New Playground Equipment

 

 

Application Number: NP/SM/0917/0958 Horseshoe Inn Longnor

Application Number: NP/SM/0917/0958

Proposal: Change of use from public house to residential dwelling with alterations and demolition of existing rear extensions and replacement with new.

Please be aware that the information below may not be complete in terms of appeal decisions, enforcement notices and appeals and legal decisions made by courts relating to the application. Please contact the Authority to check the current planning status of a site or building.

Development Address: Horseshoe Inn Market Place Longnor
Parish: Longnor
Application Status: REGISTERED
Decision: Pending
Planning Officer: Andrea Needham

Linked Planning Application

The following Planning Application is linked to this Full Planning Permission application.
1. Planning Application NP/SM/0917/0959

Applicant Details

Applicant Name: Mr Andy Howe
Applicant Address: HCP Ltd 11-13 Eagle Parade Buxton SK17 6EQ

Agent Details

Agent Name: David Prior Designs
Address: The Rowans 7 College Road BUXTON Derbyshire SK17 9DZ
Phone: 07976565169
Contact Name:
Email Address: idrprior@globalnet.co.uk

Key Dates

Date Validated: Friday 6 October 2017
Target Date for Decision: Friday 1 December 2017
End of Public Consultation Period: Friday 10 November 2017
Decision issued: not yet issued


Associated documents

Amended Information
Design and Access Statement 06-12-2017 (447KB – PDF pdf format)
Heritage Statement 06-12-2017 (926KB – PDF pdf format)

Amended Plans
Elevations Existing 08-01-2018 (327KB – PDF pdf format)
Elevations Proposed 08-01-2018 (219KB – PDF pdf format)
GF FF + Basement Plans Existing 08-01-2018 (276KB – PDF pdf format)
HPH PlansElevsExgProp3 04-12-2017 (525KB – PDF pdf format)
North Elevations Existing + Proposed without Boundary Wall 08-01-2018 (252KB – PDF pdf format)
Plans Proposed 08-01-2018 (143KB – PDF pdf format)

Application Forms
Application Form (14-09-2017) (941KB – PDF pdf format)

Background Documents
Letter re marketing frome Estate Agents (48KB – PDF pdf format)
Letter re marketing frome Estate Agents (48KB – PDF pdf format)
Letter re marketing frome Estate Agents (48KB – PDF pdf format)
Letter re marketing frome Estate Agents (48KB – PDF pdf format)

Block Plans
Block Plan Dwg. No. 424-08 (14-09-2017) (195KB – PDF pdf format)

Consultation Response
BE Philip Heath response 15 Dec 2017 (81KB – PDF pdf format)
BE Philip Heath response 20 October 2017 (1.5MB – PDF pdf format)
Further response from BE 15 Dec 2017 (81KB – PDF pdf format)
Highways Consultation Response 06-11-2017 (95KB – PDF pdf format)
Highways Further Consultation Response – 13-11-2017 (83KB – PDF pdf format)
Longnor Parish Council 23-10-2017 (80KB – PDF pdf format)
Longnor Parish Council Response 14-12-2017 (75KB – PDF pdf format)
SCC Consultation Response 06-11-2017 (118KB – PDF pdf format)

Design and Access Statement
Design and Access Statement – 05-10-2017 (446KB – PDF pdf format)

Location Plan
Location Plan Dwg. No. 424-01 (14-09-2017) (313KB – PDF pdf format)

Plans and Drawings
Existing Ground Floor, First Floor and Basement Plans Dwg. No. 424-02 (14-09-2017) (511KB – PDF pdf format)

Representation Letter
Brindley H 07-11-2017 (82KB – PDF pdf format)
Darlington B and J 01-11-2017 (94KB – PDF pdf format)
Jackson B 31-10-17 (66KB – PDF pdf format)
Pot F 02-11-17 (49KB – PDF pdf format)
Preston A 02-11-2017 (80KB – PDF pdf format)
Travis M – 24-10-2017 (86KB – PDF pdf format)

Screening Opinion
10-10-2017 (35KB – PDF pdf format)

Site Plans
Site Plan Dwg. No. 424-08 (14-09-2017) (195KB – PDF pdf format)

Supporting Documents
HPH Plang2 Covering Letter with Amended Plan 04-12-2017 (5.6MB – PDF pdf format)
Heritage Statement (14-09-2017) (1.1MB – PDF pdf format)


Filling of grit bins at Lane Head

Highways Issue Inspected – Fault Report 4103185
Dear Mr Stephen Mansfield(Clerk LPC)
This is an update to your enquiry dated 19/01/2018 in relation to BUXTON ROAD .
A highways inspector has now visited the site and added the following notes to the report:
The grit bins will be replenished just as soon as the crews are back in this location
If you have any queries regarding this report please contact highways@staffordshire.gov.uk quoting your enquiry number
Kind regards
The Highways Team

Access for Drain Gully Clearing Teams

Issue type:
Road Issue – Drains – Blocked

Date first noticed
3rd September, 2017

Additional information
The Parish Council are concerned that the drains in and around the village of Longnor are not being cleared/emptied regularly, probably because of the parking of cars is preventing the council gully clearing teams gaining proper access to the drain grids. The Parish Council would like to know the Staffordshire Highways schedule of work on this matter so that they can assist in keeping the streets clear of parked cars to help the Gully clearing teams. The Parish Councillors fear that if the current situation is allowed to continue then the end result will be flooding and great damage/costs/losses of property in the village. Basically, if you can give us some notice of when you are coming to empty the grids we will make every effort to ensure you have easy access to them. Thank you Steve Mansfield Clerk to the Parish Council 01298 83308

Location
Easting:408944 Northing:364907

Additional location information
Throughout the back streets of Longnor Village


Contact name
Mr Stephen Mansfield(Clerk LPC)

Email address
swmde52@yahoo.co.uk

Telephone number
01298 83308

Kind Regards
Staffordshire County Council

LONGNOR signs

Issue type:
Road Issue – Road signs – Missing

Date first noticed
12th October, 2017

Additional information
Most of the signs announcing to visitors that they are entering the village of Longnor are old or missing. The Parish Council would like to have the opportunity to discuss with Staffordshire Highways the replacement of the old and missing signs with attractive new signs in keeping with the approach to this popular tourist destination. The Parish Council may be able to contribute to the extra costs of making the signs more suitable than the standard black and white metal signs.

Location
Easting:408850 Northing:364912

Additional location information
Approach roads from Buxton, Warslow, Crowdecote, Leek.

Road sign “To Warslow”

Issue type:
Road Issue – Road signs – Damaged

Date first noticed
12th October, 2017

Additional information
Road sign to Warslow is damaged in front of the old Crewe and Harpur Hotel.

Location
Easting:408850 Northing:364912

Additional location information
At crossroads in Longnor village.

Drains in Longnor

Issue type:
Road Issue – Drains – Other

Date first noticed
12th September, 2017

Additional information
The drains on the Main Roads through Longnor have been cleared but those in side roads have not. The Parish Council has asked if the County Council Highways Department have a map of the drains that need to be emptied and a schedule of when this work takes place. Residents are concerned that if the drains are not cleared regularly there will be flooding issues in the next period of heavy rains. It may be that cars are parked over the drains preventing clearance. If the Parish Council have a map and a schedule of work, efforts can be made to ensure access to drains is available to SCC Highways contractors when necessary.

Location
Easting:408860 Northing:364901

Additional location information
Throughout the village of Longnor.

This may be of interest to the PC. If a plan is drawn up, housing and parking can be addressed.

Highways Issue Inspected – Enquiry 4089188

Highways Issue Inspected – Enquiry 4089188
Dear Mr Stephen Mansfield(Clerk LPC)
This is an update to your enquiry dated 15/08/2017 in relation to FOLD END LANE.
A highways inspector has now assessed the site and arranged for repairs to be carried out.
The reported issue is not considered to be a high risk to public safety and so the repairs will be grouped with similar works in the area in order to be as efficient and cost effective as possible. Currently over 50% of these repairs take place within 60 days. The remaining defects are repaired as soon as resources are available.
You will receive a further email when the works have been completed. You can also check on the progress of your report online at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/reportit
General Information about Repairs
Timescales for repairs are determined by the defect’s location, size and ultimately, the risk the defect poses to public safety.
Currently 97% of the most urgent defects are repaired within seven days. However, the majority of reported defects are inspected and categorised as non-urgent and, to be as efficient and cost effective as possible, these repairs are grouped by location and work type. Currently over 50% of these lower risk repairs take place within 60 days.