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APPENDIX FOUR

Table 1    Industrial Land SUPPLY 1998  (INCLUDING LOCAL PLAN  PROPOSALS)  
 

Structure Plan
Sub-Area

1987-2001
Structure Plan
Requirement
(hectares)

1987-1998
Developed
(hectares)

Outstanding
Sites with Planning
Permission
(hectares)

Other
Committed
Sites*
(hectares)

Existing
Provision
& Developed
Since 1987
(hectares)

Deposit
Plan Extra Allocated
Sites
(hectares)

Total Provision
(hectares)

South Normanton/
Pinxton/Tibshelf/Blackwell

50.00

37.31

26.06

0

63.37

0.77

64.14

Shirebrook
/Glapwell/Pleasley/East Scarcliffe

10.00

8.42

1.62

0

10.04

50.45

60.49

Bolsover,
West Scarcliffe,
Ault Hucknall

15.00

6.27

0.89

4.68

11.84

11.38

23.22

Barlborough
/Clowne

30.00

5.33 

38.23

0

43.56

0.00

43.56

Creswell/Whitwell

10.00

8.76

9.30

18.06

4.11

22.17

Totals

115.00

66.09

76.10 

4.68 

146.87

66.71 **

 213.58 ***

SOURCE - EMPLOYMENT LAND SURVEY 31/03/98

*             "Other Committed Sites" are those previously allocated in adopted local plan (but not including lapsed planning permissions) 

**           In addition the site at Hillstown (1.04 ha)  previously allocated in an adopted local plan is  re-allocated and included in other committed sites.  Villas Road , New Bolsover (3.64 ha) is not reallocated.

***         The Pinxton Castle Site (31.9 ha) and the Wincobank Farm site at South Normanton (26 ha) being sites for large firms outside the general provision for industrial development land, are not included in the above figures ( the Wincobank Farm site will be phased to commence after  the Pinxton Castle site ).

TABLE 2    INDUSTRIAL LAND SUPPLY AT 31.3.98

   

Developed 1987-98

With planning permission

Other Commitments

Total

TIBSHELF/BLACKWELL/SOUTH NORMANTON/PINXTON

       
 

Saw Pit Lane, Tibshelf

0.85

4.13

 

4.98

 

Berristow Lane, S/Norm

11.43

10.78

 

22.21

  Meadow Lane, Alfreton

0.61

   

0.61

 

Clover Nook, S/Norm

19.08

5.41

 

24.49

 

Brookhill, Pinxton

5.34

1.69

 

7.03

 

Station Road, Pinxton

 

4.05

 

4.05

(Exc. 31.9 Pinxton Castle)

     

-

 

Hectares

37.31

26.06

0

63.37

           

SHIREBROOK/PLEASLEY/
GLAPWELL/EAST SCARCLIFFE

       
 

Portland Road, Shirebrook

1.57

   

1.57

 

Langwith Colliery

0.27

1.62

 

1.89

 

South Shirebrook

6.58

   

6.58

           
 

Hectares

8.42

1.62

0

10.04

           

BOLSOVER/WEST SCARCLIFFE/
AULT HUCKNALL

       
 

Castle Industrial Estate

0.30

   

0.30

 

Oxcroft Colliery

0.41

   

0.41

 

Carr Vale

0.75

   

0.75

 

Hillstown

0.37

0.18

1.04

1.59

 

Villas Road

   

* 3.64

3.64

 

Bolsover Colliery (N)

4.44

0.71

 

5.15

           
 

Hectares

6.27

0.89

4.68

11.84

BARLBOROUGH/CLOWNE

       
 

Southgate Clowne

0.39

   

0.39

 

Barlborough Links

4.61

38.23

 

42.84

 

Renishaw

0.23

   

0.23

 

Station Road, Clowne

0.10

   

0.10

           
 

Hectares

5.33

38.23

0

43.56

           

CRESWELL/WHITWELL

       
 

Morven Street

0.10

0.80

 

0.90

 

Southfield Lane

0.76

0.69

 

1.45

 

Whitwell Colliery

0.93

5.25

 

6.18

 

Colliery Road, Creswell (N)

0.70

   

0.70

 

Creswell Colliery

5.79

2.56

 

8.35

 

Colliery Road, Creswell (S)

0.48

   

0.48

           
 

Hectares

8.76

9.30

0

18.06

         

LOCAL PLAN AREA TOTAL (Hectares)

66.09

76.10

4.68

146.87

Source:  1998 Industrial Land Availability records in Planning Services.

NOTES

*  This site was an allocation in an adopted local plan on which has since been granted planning permission.  The Bolsover District Local Plan does, however, propose that the site be not allocated for industrial use if the permission lapses. 

"Other Commitments" are sites previously allocated in an adopted local plan.  The category does not include other sites where planning permissions have lapsed.

TABLE 3    PHASING OF INDUSTRIAL LAND SUPPLY; EVALUATION OF REMAINING AVAILABLE LAND ON COMMITTED SITES AT 31.3.98

No

Site

Total  Site
Area

Expansion
Land (E)

U/C

Remainder     

Former Colliery land available since 1987

Phasing of Development

           

Pit Heads

Tip

Other*

At 2001

After 2001

1

Saw Pit Lane, Tibshelf

4.13

0.31

2.86

0.96

     

 3.82             

 

2

Berristow Lane, S/Norm

10.78

4.79

2.47

3.52

     

 5.99

 

3

Clover Nook, S/Norm

5.41

2.38

 

3.03

     

 3.03

 

4

Brookhill, Pinxton

1.69

1.69

         

  E

 

5

Station Road, Pinxton

4.05

4.05

         

  E

 

6

Langwith Colliery

1.62

   

1.62

   

1.62

   1.62       

 

7

Hillstown

0.18

   

0.18

     

 0.18        

 

8

Villas Road, Bolsover

3.64

   

3.64

     

3.64

 

9

Bolsover Colliery.(N)

0.71

0.71

   

0.71

   

  E

 

10

Barlborough Links

38.23

1.24

0.31

36.68

     

**10.31  

26.68

11

Morven Street, Creswell

0.80

   

0.80

     

0.80

 

12

Southfield Lane, Whitwell

0.69

   

0.69

     

0.69

 

13

Whitwell Colliery

5.25

   

5.25

5.25

   

5.25

 

14

Creswell Colliery

2.56

   

2.56

     

2.56

 
 

Totals

79.74

15.17

5.64

58.93

5.96

0

1.62

 37.89

26.68

ALL AREAS IN HECTARES

NOTES

*   Other land generally comprises railway land serving former collieries, waste land within former colliery boundaries and other associated operational land.

** Assumes a further 10 hectares will be developed at Barlborough Links.

E - Expansion Land.

TABLE 4    PHASING OF INDUSTRIAL LAND SUPPLY;  EVALUATION OF SITES ALLOCATED FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE ADOPTED BOLSOVER DISTRICT LOCAL PLAN

No

Site

Total Site
Area 

Expansion Land

Former Colliery land
Available Since 1987

 Phasing of development

       

Pit Heads

Tips Other*

At 2001            

After  2001

15

Brookhill, Pinxton

0.77

0.77

     

E

 

16

Glapwell Colliery

5.02

 

5.02             

     

  5.02

17

Portland Drive,  Shirebrook

3.90

0.13

     

3.77

 

18

South Shirebrook

46.55

 

***8.13

15.74

22.68

**** 5.00     

 *****21.55

19

Main Street, Carr Vale

0.90

0.90

     

 E

 

20

Mansfield Road, Hillstown

1.04

         

1.04

21

Bolsover  Colliery (S)

3.40

   

3.40

 

 3.40

 

22

Bolsover Business Park. (N)

2.06

     

2.06

 

2.06

23

Creswell Colliery ( S)

1.04

     

1.04

 

1.04

24

Colliery Road, Creswell

0.22

     

0.22

0.22

 

25

Whitwell Colliery. (W)

2.85

     

2.85

 

  2.85

 

Totals

67.75

1.80

13.15

19.14

28.85

12.39

33.56

ALL AREAS IN HECTARES

NOTES

*Other   refers to other land generally comprised of railway land serving former collieries, waste land within former colliery boundaries and other associated operational land.

** The proposed reclamation scheme for this site provides for a revised area of land for industry

*** An additional core area of pit head, of 6.58 hectares, has been (re) developed already.

**** Assumes 5.00 hectares will be developed at South Shirebrook. i.e. infrastructure and

completion of buildings.

***** Assumes a substantial part of  the remaining area will be undeveloped at South Shirebrook.

E - Expansion Land.

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