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    Residential Planning Applications are administered by the Planning Department at Daventry District Council (DDC). All residents have the right to send their comments on any application affecting the village directly to DDC. The Parish Council also often makes submissions to DDC on behalf of all residents.

    If you wish your view to be taken into account by the Parish Council, please attend the relevant Parish Council meeting, speak to your Parish Councillor/Community Contact, or contact the Parish Clerk. If you decide to send comments to DDC direct, please send the Parish Clerk a copy (email clerk@holcotvillage.co.uk or letter to 2 Walgarth Court).

    When the Parish Council is aware of an application which might affect the village, the reference number(s) are posted here.

    Planning Applications (2017)
    Reference Location Summary
    DA/2017/0040 Foxhill Farm Sywell Road First floor and two storey extensions to dwelling including grooms accommodation and office
    DA/2017/0104 Poplars Farm Additional use of land for car boot sales and associated parking for up to 28 days on Thursdays between 1 April and 31 October in each year
    DA/2017/0254/TC Hannington Lane – Walgrave Installation of 1 No. 17.5m monopole with 3 No. antennas; 2 No. dishes; 3 No. equipment cabinets and ancillary development within chain link fenced compound
    Planning Applications (2016)
    Reference Location Summary
    DA/2016/0139 Mead House – Back Lane First floor extension to rear
    DA/2016/0192 Manor House – Rectory Lane Listed Building Consent for replacement of concrete roof tiles with slate tiles. Various external and internal alterations including creating link between main building and barn outbuilding.
    DA/2016/0349 3 Walgrave Road Demolition of toilet/utility. Construction of two storey and single storey side extension.
    DA/2016/0370 Poplars Farm Variation of Condition 2 of planning permission DA/2010/1056 (Use of land for car boot sales and parking for up to 20 days) to enable car boot sales to be held on Saturdays or Sundays (28 days maximum) between 1st April and 31st October in any calendar year
    DA/2016/0713 Polly's Cottage – Back Lane Listed Building Consent for construction of new porch – altering 3 windows into doors – enlarging one window -various internal alterations and new pathway to main entrance
    DA/2016/0761 28 Moulton Road Demolition of existing linked rear outbuilding and erection of new single storey rear extension
    DA/2016/0847 Land At Hall Farm -Hannington Lane – Walgrave NN6 9QG Installation of 1 no. 18m lattice tower with 3 no. antennas – 3 equipment cabinets and ancillary development within chain-link fenced compound – installation of access gate and hardstanding
    Planning Applications (2015)
    Reference Location Summary
    DA/2015/0003 Poplars Farm Additional use of land for car boot sales and associated parking for up to 28 days on Wednesdays between 1st April and 30th October each year
    DA/2015/0252 Hannington Road Construction of agricultural building
    DA/2015/0310 Mead House – Back Lane Two storey rear extension
    DA/2015/0663 Poplars Farm Variation of Conditions 1 & 2 of planning permission DA/2015/0003 -Additional use of land for car boot sales and associated parking for up to 28 days on Wednesdays between 1 April and 30 October each year – to amend trading to a Thursday
    DA/2015/0758 4 Moulton Rd Construction of vehicular access – dropped curb and vehicle crossover

    To see any application(s) in full , please visit the Planning Dept at Daventry District Council, either in person (call first on 01327 871100), or on their website. The Clerk normally has hard copies of documents available.

    Highways planning is managed through NCC – as these are relatively rare and follow a more ‘bespoke’ process, please see the website post on the homepage for details of how to comment on NCC-managed planning activity.


    A plain English guide to the Planning System issued by the Government can be found here.

    A description of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) scheme is here.