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Publicity of Planning & Related Applications – 18 March 2021

12:01 am, Thursday, 18th March 2021 - 3 years ago

Planning and development


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

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

(01) Major Development; (02) Development affecting a Listed Building; (03) Development affecting the setting of a Listed Building; (05) The proposed development would affect a public right of way; (07) Development affecting the Old Clee Conservation Area; (08) Development affecting the Scartho Conservation Area; (09) Development affecting the Wellow Conservation Area; (22) Development affecting tree(s) subject to tree preservation orders


  • DM/0029/21/FULA Erect single storey rear extension to form WC and utility to include replacement external windows and door to front/side, Flat E, 136 Mill Road, Cleethorpes-(19)
  • DM/0267/21/FULA Remove and existing garage door, personnel door and replace with aluminium framed doors and remove an existing PVC canopy and erect a detached garage/store building, 2 Greethams Lane, Grimsby-(02)(03)(07)(22)
  • DM/0240/21/FUL Retrospective application to retain a mountain bike trails area with proposed associated landscaping and parking and extension of track and pump track (amended description) land at Roundill and Fairfield Plantations, Ravendale Road, Hatcliffe-(01)(22)
  • DM/0276/21/FUL Outline application to erect 1 no. dwelling and garage with means of access to be considered, 32 Humberston Avenue, Humberston-(22)
  • DM/0268/21/LBC Listed building consent to remove and existing garage door, personnel door and replace with aluminium framed doors and remove an existing PVC canopy and erect a detached garage/store building 2 Greethams Lane, Grimsby-(02)(03)(07)(22)
  • DM/0270/21/FUL Change of use of agricultural land to equine use, land adj Field Gates, Post Office Lane, Ashby Cum Fenby-(05)(22)
  • DM/0237/21/FUL Erection of 75 dwellings together with a sales suite, construction of garages, driveways, estate roads, associated infrastructure, raising of ground levels, laying out of natural green space and associated works, land off Littlefield Lane, Grimsby-(01)
  • DM/0210/21/FUL Demolish former St John Catholic Church Hall and erect a single storey building comprising of 1no. convenience store (Use Class E (a)) and 1no. funeral services building (Use Class E (c)(iii) with service yards, hard and soft landscaping, alterations to existing access, creation of additional new access and associated works, Former St John Fisher Rc Church, Waltham Road, Grimsby-(08)
  • DM/0203/21/FUL Demolish existing front boundary wall and erect 1.5m high wall and railings with gates, 18 Pelham Avenue, Grimsby-(08)
  • DM/0273/21/FUL Variation of Condition 3 (iii – Preliminary works) to delete reference to piling and Condition 11 (Piling) to vary timing of submission of piling information details as granted on DM/1070/18/FUL, land rear of Power Station, Hobson Way, Stallingborough-(01)
  • DM/0283/21/FULA Erect single storey extension to side, 16 Meadowbank, Great Coates-(09)
  • DM/0241/21/FUL Erect single storey porch to front, 40 Achille Road, Grimsby-(22)

Comments should be made:

  • Online at NE Lincs Council or by post to:
  • Development Management Services, New Oxford House, 2 George Street, Grimsby, DN31 1HB by 11th April 2021

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 of Housing, Highways and Planning

On behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council

18th March 2021

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