Planning and Tree applications: Deans Foods site, Kirkby Lane

planning_wordcloud_150The Parish Council is considering an outline planning application to build up to 9 dwellings (with means of access to be considered) on the site of the former Deans Foods premises in Kirkby Lane, and a Tree Application for the same site.

 

To view the planning application, visit the ELDC website here. (To view or download all the associated documentation, click on the [Documents] tab.) If you have concerns about the planning application you can post your comments to East Lindsey District Council online using the [Comments] tab, having registered (or logged on if you have previouslly registered.) You can also write to the ELDC planning department, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 8UP, quoting the reference reference S/094/01945/16. Your observations are requested no later than 30 October 2016.

For details of the Tree Application, download the following documents:
Letter to Parish Clerk (Sam Culley, ELDC)
Site plan
Tree Survey Schedule

If you wish to comment on the Tree Application, please contact Sam Culley at East Lindsey District Council, using the contact details provided in his Letter to the Parish Clerk before 25th October 2016.

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