Two interesting reports were tabled at this Parish Council Meeting, held via Zoom:
Lincolnshire County Councillor Patricia Bradwell reported that issues with the junction opposite the pub have been reported to the highways manager and he will get an officer to attend at some point to see what can be done. She also reported that she has spoken with highways about the sand and gravel pits. The officer is going to see what conditions were originally on the planning decision in regards to HGVs accessing the site. Councillor Bradwell said she will continue to keep the council updated on these issues. Continue reading →
A decision notice has been forwarded to the Parish Council regarding planning application reference S/094/00737/20
Planning Permission– Erection of a 3 bay garage and guest accommodation at BEAGLE BARN ACRELEA, ROUGHTON ROAD, KIRKBY ON BAIN, WOODHALL SPA, LN10 6YL. Existing bungalow on site to be demolished once the proposed dwelling is complete.
Permission has been granted subject to conditions concerning materials, water strategy and permitted accommodation (members of the family and friends of the occupier only.)
Temporary Traffic Restriction | Kirkby On Bain. Please note it will be necessary to impose a temporary restriction as detailed below.
ORGANISATION RESPONSIBLE FOR RESTRICTION: Anglian Water | REASON FOR RESTRICTION: New Connection | LOCATION AND NATURE OF RESTRICTION: Road Closure Order in place on Moor Lane, between Roughton Road and a point 80m West. PERIOD OF RESTRICTION: 10/8/2020 to 14/8/2020 Continue reading →
Application reference S/094/01184/20 has been forwarded to the Parish Council by East Lindsey District Council.
Planning Permission | Erection of a house with detached garage as an amendment to that previously approved under planning permission S/094/01238/11 (works already commenced). LAND OFF LINDUM COTTAGE, MAIN STREET, KIRKBY ON BAIN, WOODHALL SPA, LN10 6YT. Your observations are requested no later than 05/08/2020.
We have been busy working to support the local bus network and ensure our LCC CallConnect bus service continued to operate over the last few months – however post lock-down, public transport will be very different and social distancing, hygiene and face covering measures will be in place.
For everyone who travels on public transport please consider carefully the times, routes and ways you travel. This will ensure all will have more space to stay safe. If possible we would encourage travel after peak times for concessionary bus pass holders. Continue reading →