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Public notice of Planning Applications – 30 November 2023

5:10 pm, Thursday, 30th November 2023 - 3 months ago

Planning and development


Publicity of Planning & 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 on-line at

The reason for publicising each application is indicated after the application number as follows:-

(01) Major Development; (03) Development affecting the setting of a Listed Building; (04) The proposed development does not accord with the provisions of the Development Plan in force in the area in which the land to which the application relates is situated; (05) The proposed development would affect a public right of way; (09) Development affecting the Wellow Conservation Area; (10) Development affecting the Central Area Conservation Area; (20) Development affecting the Humberston Fitties Conservation Area


DM/1013/23/FUL Change of use from previous bank (use class E[c]i) for use as a multi-purpose community hub providing recreational, educational and commercial facilities (use class F2b) including internal refurbishment of existing building and erection of second floor rear/side extensions, infilling of existing rear yard with rear extension and roof terrace above, repositioning/height increase of chimney, installation of gates to alleyway and external alterations to the front and side at ground floor replacing arches with shop front style fascia, 86-88 Victoria Street, Grimsby-(10)

DM/1139/23/FUL Change of use from a dwelling house to a children’s care home, 101 Abbey Road, Grimsby-(09)

DM/1088/23/PAT Prior approval to erect 23.14m mast and associated ancillary equipment, Thorpe Park Holiday Camp, Anthonys Bank Road, Humberston-(20)

DM/1104/23/FUL Variation of Condition 2 (Approved Plans) as granted on DM/0260/20/FUL to revise design of apartment building, land at Hewitts Avenue, New Waltham-(01)

DM/1073/23/FUL Erect single storey rear extension, install steel cladding to existing roof, install solar panels, alterations / replacement to doors and windows, replace timber decking and associated handrail and balustrade with various internal and external alterations, 62 Humberston Fitties, Humberston-(20)

DM/1010/23/ADV Display 1 internally illuminated fascia sign, 1 internally illuminated projecting sign, 1 internally illuminated ATM surround and internal vinyl window stickers, Nationwide Building Society, 53 Victoria Street, Grimsby-(03)(10)

DM/1127/23/FUL Removal of condition 1 attached to DM/0881/20/FUL (Continued siting of static caravan accommodation on site for a further temporary period of three years to provide living accommodation ‘Amended plans December 2020’) to allow permanent occupancy of both caravans, Caravan at The Shepherds Purse, Bradley Road, Bradley-(04)(05)

DM/1133/23/FUL Retrospective redevelopment of an outdoor activities area with associated landscaping, drainage and underground infrastructure, Haven Cleethorpes Beach (Thorpe Park Holiday Camp), Anthonys Bank Road, Humberston-(20)

Comments should be made:

  • On line at or by post to:
  • Development Management Services, New Oxford House, 2 George Street, Grimsby, DN31 1HB  by 24th December 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

30th November 2023

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