Tutbury conservation area 2015

East Staffordshire Borough Council (ESBC) is the Local Planning Authority for Tutbury, but Tutbury Parish Council is a statutory consultee for planning applications within the parish. Below is a listing of any applications that are presently in the consultation period and you can see the full details for any of these by visiting the ESBC Planning Portal and entering the relevant application number.
Application NoAddressPlanning OfficerComments Deadline

Crown reduction of
1 Ash tree by 20% and remove lower epicormic shoots
Location: The Coach House, 16 Duke Street, Tutbury, DE13 9NE Grid Ref: 421184 328922 Gary Shilton 01283 508607 20-10-2019

Remodelling of existing dwelling to include single storey side extensions and raising of ridge height and front and rear dormer windows to facilitate loft conversion.
The Pleasaunce
Ludgate Street
Gary Shilton 01283 508607 18-10-2019

Proposal: Erection of a conservatory on side/rear elevation
Croft House, 11 Duke Street, Tutbury, DE13 9NE Andrew Huntley 01283 508695 01-11-2019

Proposal: Listed consent Erection of a conservatory on side/rear elevation
Croft House, 11 Duke Street, Tutbury, DE13 9NE Andrew Huntley 01283 508695 01-11-2019

Proposal: Retention of Biomass Boiler, Gasifier and Flue
Rolleston Park FarmRob Duckworth 01283 508678 04-11-2019
Crown reduction of up to 2 metres of 1 Yew tree (T26 of TPO 9)
10a High Street, Tutbury, Staffordshire, DE13 9LP



Replacement windows and repainting of the building on the front elevation.
26 High Street, Tutbury, Staffordshire, DE13 9LS


Erection of a single storey front and side extension
Cherry Tree Lodge, Fauld Lane, Fauld, Staffordshire, DE13 9GU



Erection of a two storey rear extension
4 Honeysuckle Avenue, Tutbury, Staffordshire, DE13 9NY

P/2019/01025 & P/2019/00962

Listed Building application for the erection of an extension to existing building to form dwelling including use of first floor above garage as bedroom, and re-open bricked up opening in front wall as pedestrian access Land to the West of Charity House, Duke Street, Tutbury, Staffordshire

Felling of 1 Scots Pine and all over crown reduction of 1.5m from both the height and sides to 2 yew trees (TPO No 5)

56 Belmot Road, Tutbury, Staffordshire, DE13 9NL

Felling of 1 Conifer tree and reduction in height by 50% of 1 Conifer tree
Location: 61 Monk Street Tutbury Staffordshire DE13 9NA

Please click the link for updates on recent planning applications or search on the ESBC website
East Staffordshire Borough Council deal with all planning applications and their website has details of what iss required and how to go about getting planning permission.
Follow the link to submit comments online.

If you are interested in a planning application and want to inform the Borough Council of your views you can comment or object on the plans during the consultation period. Visit the ESBC website and place your comments online, by searching for the application reference number that starts with a P eg such as P/2018/00159, once you have located the application online, if comments are still available to be made there will be a link, click on the words Add comments Here to submit your comments, alternatively write to the planning officer managing the application via post or email. Details of which can be found under recent applications.
Planning review calls for sweeping reform The Raynsford Review of Planning, led by former housing minister Nick Raynsford, has released its final report, Planning 2020. The report, commissioned by the Town and Country Planning Association, concludes that “the current planning system in England does not work effectively in the long-term public interest of communities or the nation.” The review makes a number of recommendations: establishing a “betterment tax” allowing local authorities to acquire land at its use value through compulsory purchase; communities to have the right to appeal planning decisions that contravene agreed local development plans; partial redistribution of capital gains tax and stamp duty for regeneration; organising planning into four tiers, with locally led development prioritized but with development corporations taking precedence in areas with specific needs; a national code for health, safety and wellbeing standards; a legal duty for local authorities to plan high-quality affordable homes; and the formation of a government department to allow national and local engagement on planning decisions. For further information*, click here.  
  • News Source From the Society of Local Clerks
The Revised National Planning Policy Framework has been released. The Ministry for housing, communities and Local Government has updated and released the national policy. This document will be the guide to planning decisions across England. The National Planning Policy Framework sets out the Government’s planning policies for England and how these should be applied.It provides a framework within which locally-prepared plans for housing and other development can be produced. National Planning Policy Framework July 2018  
Tutbury Parish council will agree on the council’s responses to recent applications at each full parish meeting. Please see the schedule of meetings. If an application has a large impact on the parish, for example a housing development or a potential gas power generation unit, then a dedicated public meeting will be called. There are no separate planning meetings scheduled at present.
Tutbury Parish Council do not currently have a neighbourhood plan. However, a meeting was held with a representative from the ESBC to investigate this for the parish please see the notes from this meeting.

Since tgis meeting Cllr Beighton has been visiting community groups to form a commitee to move this forward.