Full planning permission has been granted by East Lindsey District Council to carry out alterations to the church to provide a stone guard on the existing east elevation windows. For details of the application, see the previous post.
Planning permission has been granted to build an agricultural storage building and construct a vehicular access with a hardstanding area in Kirkby Lane. This application was discussed by the Kirkby on Bain Parish Council who registered concerns regarding a possible increase in traffic hazard in this narrow lane. For details of the application, see the previous post.
The full planning permission notice includes some conditions, including a reference to the proposed vehicular access: Continue reading →
The Parish Council is considering an amended planning application to build a detached house with a double garage on land at West Lane, Haltham, Horncastle LN9 6JG, part of which lies within Kirkby on Bain civil parish.
To view the application, visit the ELDC websitehere. To view or download all the associated documentation, click on the [Documents] tab. Continue reading →
A scheduled meeting of the Council was held on Thursday March 2, in the Primary School Hall, Wharf Lane, Kirkby on Bain, starting at 7.00 pm.
Three members of the public attended, one of whom brought to the attention of councillors her serious concerns over litter in the village. The chairman thanked her for raising this issue. Items on the agenda included: Continue reading →
The Parish Council is considering an amendment to the outline planning application to build houses on land south of Kirkby Lane, Kirkby on Bain LN10 6YY. The application now seeks permission to build “up to” 3 houses. Original application
To view the amended application, visit the ELDC website here. To view or download all the associated documentation, click on the [Documents] tab. Continue reading →
The next Meeting of the Council will be held on Thursday March 2nd, in the Primary School Hall, Wharf Lane, Kirkby on Bain, starting at 7.00 pm. The meeting will offer an opportunity for members of the public to bring items to the Council’s attention. Members of the public may remain after the public forum but they are reminded that they may not speak during council business.