The Parish Council has been notified that an outline application (ref: S/094/00896/19) to build two houses on land adjacent to Sunny View, Kirkby Lane, LN10 6YY has been refused. To view the application, visit the ELDC website here. To view or download all the associated documentation, including theParish Council comments, and thedecision notice, click on the [Documents] tab.
Among the reasons given for refusal is the statement that “The development of this site would extend the built form of the village resulting in an unacceptable erosion of the countryside and would create an incongruous linear expansion of the village.”
The Parish Council has been notified by Abi Cole, ELDC planning enforcement officer, that following a recent site visit, the issue about the eyesore caused by the pile of rubble that was the remains of Lindum Cottage left by builders in Main Street has now been resolved. This issue was first raised at the public forum preceding a Parish Council meeting in November 2018, and subsequently pursued by the council with the help of ELDC Councillor Craig Leyland. If you have any further complaints about this site please contact the ELDC Planning Enforcement team or contact a Parish Councillor.
The next Council Meeting will be held on Thursday July 4th in the Primary School Hall, Wharf Lane, Kirkby on Bain, starting at 7.00 pm. As usual we will start with a public forum so if you would like to discuss any local matter you are concerned about, please do come along and have your say!
Notification of full planning permission to build to build a detached house on land at WEST LANE, HALTHAM, HORNCASTLE, LN9 6JG 8, ELDC application reference S/074/00426/17, has been received by the Parish Council. Permission is granted subject to conditions. Part of the site is in the Kirkby on Bain civil parish area. You can view the notice here
The Parish Council has commented on a planning application to build two houses on land adjacent to Sunny View, Kirkby Lane, LN10 6YY. To view the application, visit the ELDC website here. To view or download all the associated documentation, including the Parish Council comments, click on the [Documents] tab.
The unsightly remains of Lindum Cottage, demolished in March 2018, have at last been moved out of sight. The “eyesore” issue was originally raised at the Parish Council meeting last November, and was discussed once again at this month’s meeting. Following action by East Lindsey District Council, in December the present landowner, understood to be Coningsby building company Costellow and Tokelove, crushed the demolition rubble, but left the pile close to the main road through the village, causing further complaints by those living near the site and others passing through.