Clifton upon Dunsmore Parish Council is formally consulted on any planning applications submitted to the planning authority (Rugby Borough Council) which relate to the parish, during the planning application process.
The Parish Council considers its views on any planning applications at its monthly meetings. However any resident can now express their personal views at the touch of a button through the link provided here.
Current applications being considered:
- R15/1702 – Outline permission for 380 dwelling and full permission for 88 dwellings – land at Wharf Farm Crick Road Hillmorton
- R14/2166 – Conversion of existing dwelling and erection of 3 new dwellings and conversion of stables to form a residential unit– The Old Hall
- R16/1655 – Radio Station Rugby (Key stage 2) – Reserved Matters
- R16/1638 Radio Station Rugby – reserved matters construction of a link road
- R16/1033 – Radio Station Rugby (Key Stage 2) reserved matters
- R16/2195 Reserved Matters 186 dwellings Radio Station Rugby Key Phase 2 (Parcel D)
- R17/0030 – Stables Dunsmore Home Farm – Change of use
- R17/0022 Radio Station Rugby – Section 73 application (minor changes to the original masterplan for the whole site)
- R170170 – Land at Manor Lane – Erection of a new dwelling.
- R16/2449 – Clifton Cruisers – Re-opening of disused canal arm, relocation of offices, laying of access tracks and associated works (retrospective)
- R17/0275 – Avondale Station Road .Certificate of lawful existing use of the property as a dwelling house
- R17/0276 – Orchard Close Lilbourne Road. Erection of two storey side extension, single storey rear extension and other alterations
- R16/2327 – 1 Allans Clise – Erection of first floor side extension and use as a residential annexe
- R17/0390 – Radio Station Rugby – Reserved Matters, mainly relating to Clifton Brook
- R17/0665 58 South Road – Certificate of permitted development for single storey extension
R16/1488 – 2 Main Street – Replacement single dwelling
R16/0566 – The Old Hall – Listed Building Consent
Major Development – Radio Station Rugby
The Rugby Radio Station site is a former radio transmission facility located off the A5. Following decommissioning in 2003, BT and Aviva formed a joint venture, the Rugby Radio Station Limited Partnership (RRSLP), to promote the redevelopment of the Rugby Radio Station site.
In 2012 RRSLP went to the open market to select a development partner for the 1,170 acre SUE site and, following a competitive process, Urban&Civic was confirmed as the preferred partner in May 2013 since which time we have taken forward the outline planning application.
Rugby Borough Council granted outline planning permission in May 2014 and the Key Phase 1 information is currently before them for approval.
Once the world’s most powerful radio transmitter, reaching out to people across the globe – RadioStation Rugby will now connect people in whole new ways as the site’s legacy underpins its future. 6,200 new homes, 3 primary and one secondary school will be built as well as a new health centre and other community buildings and local centres.
There will be over 200 hectares of open space and nearly 14 km of footpaths and cycle paths criss-crossing the site. Intriguing and inspiring stories fill the historic buildings on the site and their presence in the future district centre will connect modern living with a rich heritage and green landscape. This is Rugby’s new sustainable urban extension – this is RadioStation Rugby.
A new website ‘Come Home to Houlton’ has recently been launched by Urban&Civic. The website provides detailed information about the development of the site.