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Hollis Lane - Proposed Development at Land to the east of the A61 dual carriageway

S41Published 16/11/23Expired
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What is planned?

Town and Country Planning
(Development Management Procedure)
(England) Order 2015

Proposed Development at Land to the east of the A61 dual carriageway extending north from Hollis Lane towards the network rail car park, bounded on the east by the railway line, Chesterfield
Ordnance Survey Grid Reference: 438684 (easting), 370990 (northing)
Application Code No: CD2/1023/35
I give notice that the Director of Property is applying to Derbyshire County Council for planning permission for the construction of the initial approximately 160 m stretch of link road from the junction of Hollis Lane and Spa Lane, the works will include; the realignment of the Spa Lane/Hollis Lane junction, new pedestrian crossings and a shared foot/cycleway along the eastern boundary of the carriageway, demolition of the buildings associated with the former Jewson's builders merchants and associated works. The proposed development to which the application relates is situated within 10 metres of relevant railway land.
Members of the public may inspect copies of the application, plans and other documents submitted with it by prior arrangement at Derbyshire County Council, County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3AG, tel. 01629 539800 (available online at, or at the Chesterfield Borough Council Planning Department, Town Hall, Rose Hill, Chesterfield, S40 1LP (available online at Planning applications ( during all reasonable hours until 07 December 2023.
Anyone who wishes to make representations to the County Council about this application should do so by 07 December 2023,
by writing to the Executive Director of Place, at the County Council postal address given above,
by email to:,or
by using the facility for representations about current planning applications available on the Council’s website
Other Information:
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Signed: Chris Henning
Executive Director of Place
On behalf of Derbyshire County Council
16 November 2023.

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