Plans submitted this week include applications to set up a cattery and a glamping campsite.
A total of 59 applications have been received by North East Lincolnshire Council and North Lincolnshire Council in the last week. These are publicly commented on on their websites before a decision is made.
Most building applications are decided by council officials based on the information provided. However, those that are large in scale or raise a significant number of objections may get before the Planning Committee.
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Below are some of the items in North Lincolnshire’s lists for the week commencing 21 March.
Caravan pitches and glamping pods
Northmoor Fisheries in Crowle have asked to provide permanent sites for 14 caravan sites and to install four glamping pods. 10 additional parking spaces would be created, along with the equivalent of three full-time positions. An electric gate would be added for security reasons.
Kennel to add Cattery
A fence would be erected to isolate the cattery and prevent the animals from being stressed by the sight or sound of dogs. This does not affect the environment.
Takeaway plans for vacant stores
Plans have been submitted to convert the former Motability shop in Grimsby Road, Cleethorpes, into a hot food takeaway. A granny flat is to be built on the ground floor.
The application said it would involve a “new shop front with shutters and various internal and external changes.” It is said the building was originally a house that was converted into a two-story shop and is now vacant.
Expansion of the Engie office
Engie Fabricom has requested permission to build a 14-bay modular office on its site at Manby Road, Immingham. The new building will be used to accommodate staff being transferred from the Grimsby office which is closing.
creation of housing
A shop on Frodingham Road in Scunthorpe could be split into several apartments. The interior and exterior refurbishment will create two particularly affordable apartments, for a total of three in the building.
Restaurant floor converted into apartments
A two storey restaurant on Scunthorpe High Street has applied to convert the top floor into self contained first floor flats. The plans were submitted by the property at 144 High Street.
“The proposal envisages dividing the ground floor and the first floor into two separate areas. The newly built apartment on the ground floor will use the existing side front entrance of the property (currently not used) and will be built to the side steel staircase. The restaurant on the ground floor will continue to use the existing main entrance.
An application was made to build eight industrial units on land north of Atherton Way in Brigg.
According to the plans from Lincs Design Consultancy, “The development will entail the construction of eight units divided into two buildings that will be parallel to each other and perpendicular to the street and industrial units to the rear of the site.”
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