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Public Notice of Planning Applications – 26 October 2023

9:34 am, Thursday, 26th October 2023 - 4 months ago

Planning and development

NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL

Publicity of Planning and Related Applications

The applications set out in the Schedule below are required to be given wider publicity and public comment is invited.

Copies of the applications can be viewed online at www.nelincs.gov.uk.

The reason for publicising each application is indicated after the application number as follows:-
(03) Development affecting the setting of a Listed Building; (12) Development affecting the Great Coates Conservation Area; (20) Development affecting the Humberston Fitties Conservation Area

SCHEDULE

DM/0997/23/FUL Erect four dwellings with associated access, parking, landscaping and boundary treatments, The Grange, Aylesby Road, Great Coates-(03)(12)

DM/0834/23/FULA Install double doors to front, install chimney stack to side and erect replacement 2m close board timber fence to rear boundary, 305 Humberston Fitties, Humberston-(20)

Comments should be made:

  • Online at www.nelincs.gov.uk or by post to:
  • Development Management Services, New Oxford House, 2 George Street, Grimsby, DN31 1HB by 19th November 2023

Please Note: Signatures, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses attached to representations will not be shown on the Council’s web site but your name and address will be displayed. Anonymous representations will not be taken into account ie if no name and address are supplied.

Assistant Director Regeneration

On behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council

26th October 2023

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