Planning Applications

The Parish Council meet every two months during which responses to Planning Applications are considered. The Parish Council does not have executive powers to accept or reject applications, but our views are considered when the application is determined by the relevant authority. We also contribute views on Local Area and Regional Strategies on subjects such as housing, transport, environment and employment.

How does it work?

Copies of applications are received by the Chairman from the Planning Office.
The Chairman calls the Planning Working Group together to discuss the planning applications received. The comments agreed by the Working Group are then given to the Clerk to pass to the Planning Office. At the next parish council meeting a schedule of the planning comments submitted between parish Council meetings is presented to the Parish Council for ratification.

Current Planning Applications

Below are a list of the most recent planning applications received by the parish council. You are free to comment on any application by clicking on the link below or by providing the parish council with your views.:

20/0799North House, Kingstown, Carlisle, CA6 4BY
Proposal Change of Use From Offices To Residential
20/0872Formation Of Access Track And Erection Of Hay, Feed And Equipment Store (Part Retrospective)
Location: The Field, Stainton Road, Carlisle, CA3 9QU
21/0019Variation Of Conditions 2 (Approved Documents) & 6 (Surface Water Drainage Works) Of Previously Approved Permission 19/0711 (Originally Approved Under 19/0347 For The Erection Of 2no. Semi-Detached Dwellings) To Redesign Drainage | Land Adjacent West End Farm, Cargo, Carlisle, CA6 4AW
21/0065Erection Of 1no. Dwelling | Land to the South West of Oak House, Cargo, Carlisle
21/0149Variation Of Condition 2 (Approved Documents) Of Previously Approved Permission 19/0963 (Demolition Of Redundant Dwelling & Erection Of 1No. Replacement Dwelling) To Reposition The Dwelling Back 3 Metres | Greenside, Stainton, Carlisle, CA3 9QX
21/0165Erection Of Detached Granny Annexe To Rear Of Property | Red Brooke, Cargo, Carlisle, CA6 4AW
1/21/9001Proposed realigned vehicle and pedestrian entrance to Kingmoor Park, including new weighbridges - in and out traffic.North West Recycling Ltd, Kingmoor Park, Rockcliffe Estate, Carlisle, CA6 4RW
1/21/9002Creation of a waste processing facility, including the erection of a new building, and an extension to and recladding of the existing building together with landscaping and associated works. Site D, Rockcliffe Industrial Estate, Kingmoor Park, Carlisle, CA6 4RW
21/0194Erection Of 300no. Dwellings Including Associated Open Space And Infrastructure (Reserved Matters Application Pursuant To Outline Permission 15/0812) | Land at Harker Industrial Estate, Kingmoor Park Harker Estate, Low Harker, Carlisle, CA6 4RF
21/0244Variation Of Conditions 2 (Approved Documents); 4 (Amalgamation Of Units) & 5 (A1 Retail Restrictions) Of Previously Approved Permission 18/0693 (Erection Of Retail Floorspace (A1) And Drive Thru (A3/A5); Associated Works Including Access/Highways Works, Provision Of Parking Spaces And Landscaping) To Amalgamate Units 3, 4 & 5 To Form A Single Retail Unit & To Enable The Sale Of Any Non Food Retail Goods And A Maximum 30% Retail Sale Of Food And Drinks | Gateway 44 Retail Park, Parkhouse Road, Carlisle, CA3 0GW
21/0324Erection Of 1no. Dwelling And Detached Garage | Land to rear of 1 & 2 Sandymoss, Cargo, Carlisle, CA6 4AZ
21/0349Variation Of Condition 2 (Approved Documents) Of Previously Approved Permission 20/0458 (Installation Of New Window & Door Openings) To Incorporate Additional Ground Floor Window Opening And Modification Of Internal Layout | Unit N4, Earls Way, Kingmoor Park Central, Carlisle, CA6 4SE
21/0347Display Of 1no. Internally Illuminated Totem Sign; 2no. Internally Illuminated Fascia Signs And 1no. Non Illuminated Wall Box Sign | Dobies Vauxhall, Dobies Business Park, Parkhouse Road, Carlisle, CA3 0GW
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HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, 10th June 1921 - 9th April 2021

10th June 1921 - 9th April 2021

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