Sheldon is a non-designated settlement, part of which is in a conservation area, in a National Park. As such, it is afforded the highest level of protection against inappropriate and unsustainable development.
Development within the Peak District National Park is governed by the National Park Authority, and permission is determined with reference to the Local Plan and the Local Development Framework Core Strategy.
If you’d like to report a planning breach, please contact the Peak District National Park Authority.
Sheldon Parish Meeting is consulted on all planning applications made within the Parish. It is possible for residents to comment on any planning applications independently of the Parish Meeting using the National Park Authority’s website. Links to the latest three planning applications within, or affecting, the Parish are provided below†:
The Barn Top Farm Main Street Sheldon
Conversion of barn to dwelling.
Lower Farm Main Street Sheldon
Discharge of conditions 3 (work schedule), 4 (landscaping) and 5 (access) from planning permission NP/DDD/0515/0439
Lower Farm Sheldon
Removal of existing corrugated iron structure and the erection of of new timber framed pitched building. Creation of new vehicluar access and closure of existing vehicular access and moving of northeastern boundary 10m and repalce with post and wire fence.
†Please note that the above information is automatically sourced and updated from the Peak District National Park Authority’s website using WP Web Scraper. All data remains copyright of the Peak District National Park Authority, where applicable, and is used under the doctrine of fair dealing to report current events which are deemed relevant to the residents of Sheldon.