AN APPLICATION to sell alcohol at a local golf club has been lodged with Bradford Council.

Frederick William Heaton has asked for permission to sell alcohol on and off the premises of East Morton Golf Club in Carr Lane, Keighley, between 10am and 10pm.

Anyone who wishes to comment on the application, which is made under the Licensing Act 2003, should write to Licensing Team, 3rd Floor, Argus Chambers, Bradford BD1 1HX.

An application has also been made to change an existing licence to allow an extra two goods vehicles and two trailers to be kept at the operating centre at ICS Buildings, Jackson Street, off Hammerton Street, Bradford BD3 9SJ.

Owners or occupiers of land or buildings near the site who believe that this would adversely affect them should write to the Traffic Commissioner at Hillcrest House, 386 Harehills Lane, Leeds LS9 6NF, stating their reasons. They must also send a copy to the applicant.

In a separate application NSK Manufacturing, Unit 7, Grange Industrial Estate, Farnham Road, Bradford, is applying for Macart House (Unit 7) to be used as an operating centre for one goods vehicle. Owners or occupiers of nearby land or buildings can submit comments.

In further applications to Bradford Council, a former woolcombers shop could be turned into a holiday cottage in an application made to Bradford Council. Details of the proposal have been lodged for the work at Hardwick House Farm, Moorside Lane, Addingham, with comments being accepted until April 15.

Also submitted to Bradford Council’s planning department is a proposal to extend the single-storey listed building The Well House to form a semi-detached house at Old Barn, Bolton Road, Addingham.

Again on Bolton Road, Addingham, an application has been made to demolish a conservatory and replace it with a garden room at Winebeck Farm.

Notices of road closures across the Bradford district include Chat Hill Road, from its junction with Low Lane in Clayton, to a point outside Chat Hill Farm, and on Low Lane from a point outside Rose Acre to Osborne House.

Pedestrian access will be maintained. Alternative routes for traffic affected by the order will be via Chat Hill Road (unaffected section), Thornton Road, Brighouse and Denholme Road, Albert Road, Sand Beds, Scarlet Heights, Calder Banks, Highgate Road, Baldwin Lane, The Avenue, Town End Road, Low Lane and vice versa.

The closure to traffic, due to gas works, remains in force until 6pm on April 30.

In Ilkley, Wheatley Road will be closed from number 12 to number 16 until 6pm on April 10, due to water works. Alternative routes for traffic will be via Wheatley Road (unaffected section), Cowpasture Road, Springs Lane and vice versa. Pedestrian access not be affected.

Water works will mean the closure of a length of Derry Hill in Menston from its junction with Bingley Road for approximately 100 metres in a north easterly direction. The order remains in force until 6pm on April 16.

Pedestrian access will be maintained along the road at all times. Alternative routes for vehicles affected will be available via Moor Lane (unaffected section), Main Street, Bingley Road, Hillings Lane and vice versa.