Samas Roneo – Glossop Road Planning Application
Residents living on Glossop Road, will shortly be receiving (or will have received already) a leaflet from Nexus planning, regarding proposals from Countrywide and the Casey group to build 154 new houses on the land that is currently the former Samas Roneo warehouse, and the fields either side of it.
As locals may be aware the former Samas Roneo Warehouse, and the field below it (between the warehouse and the back of the Bluebell Woods) has had planning permission for a number of years (click here for my issues page on Samas Roneo) for 93 houses to be built.
This new application will consider in addition to the Samas Roneo site and the bottom field, the top field (between Samas Roneo and Gamesley Bridge) as well, but is not connected in any way to the works that have been going on, on the former railway sidings at the back of the Bluebell.
You can view the consultation leaflet that is being circulated by clicking below :
|Date:||August 31, 2020|
At current, the planning application has not yet been submitted to the council, and as soon as I have any additional details, I will update as soon as available.
18/05/2017 @ 9:34 am
Thanks Anthony for a useful update. Do you know what the work on the railway line at the back of the Bluebell is for then?
18/05/2017 @ 10:04 am
The works on the former railway land at the back of the Bluebell is unconnected with these proposals.
The company that now owns the land haven’t indicated what there plans are to the council and the work done so far doesn’t require planning permission.
The council have referred the works done to the Forestry Commission who have powers to prosecute.
18/05/2017 @ 11:16 pm
Thankyou for the update. I think the traffic,which is horrendous through Charlesworth .It is a big NO.
19/05/2017 @ 7:35 am
Not more houses taking away our green space !!!!! Destroying wildlife and creating chaos on our roads!! And from a professional point of view where do they expect to get their healthcare from ??? Doctors surgeries already can’t cope with demand