This section of the village web site has been established for major plans/development affecting the village in general, eg. the college playing fields, etc. It is not intended to cover all plans. Details of all local planning applications are available directly from ESBC.
Both the threat and the reality of large scale developments within the village and surrounding areas is never far away. Below are links to planning matters that have a major impact on the village including ESBC consultations.
Town And Country Planning Act 1990 (6 December 2016)
Proposal: Outline application for the erection of up to 32 retirement living bungalows. communal hub with 2 no retirement living apartments above, and including details of access (Search using ref. P/2016/01507 at ESBC)
Location: Land at Craythorne Road,, Rolleston On Dove, Burton Upon Trent,
Grid Ref: 424015 327421
This application was to be discussed along with all others at the Parish Council meeting on Monday 12 December. Comments on the proposal should be made within 21 days of the date of this letter (pdf document).
Significant Planning Applications and Consultations
Rolleston PC Newsletter - Jan 2014 (pdf document)
The following contain links to important past planning matters and are provided for reference purposes only (and are not maintained).
- Save Our Playing Fields Campaign
- ESBC Site Allocation Document 2008
- The Parish Plan (2004) and WASP Survey (2005)
- East Staffs Local Plan 2001-2011
- Playing Field Development
- Demolition of Educational Facilities
- Conservation Area - Proposed Development
- End of an Era - Educational Facilities Lost Forever
- Possible Primary School development
The Village Design Statement 1998
In 1998 the Village Design Statement Group were instrumental in The Village Design Statement - a document produced by the village community which describes the character that makes the village a special place in which to live. It sets out design objectives that should be observed by everyone.
© This site was created by Richard Bush
Last updated: 18 February 2017