The Parish Council has been notified that full planning permission has been granted to Spaceright Europe Limited to build a storage building in connection with the Millhouse manufacturing business in Roughton Road, Kirkby on Bain.
However, the applicant has been advised that building regulations would not be granted for the building in its present format/detail, due to Fire Safety Requirements, and that this could be resolved if the building is constructed in an alternative manner. This change may require an additional planning approval
East Lindsey District Council planning application reference S/094/01364/18 has been noted by the Parish Council and is now being considered.| Planning Permission – Erection of a storage building in connection with existing manufacturing business. | MILLHOUSE, ROUGHTON ROAD, KIRKBY ON BAIN, WOODHALL SPA, LN10 6YL
If you wish to comment on this application, please visit this ELDC web pagewhere you can view the associated documents and submit your comments online if you wish. Observations are requested by 9th August. The ELDC Case Officer is Chloe Allen. Continue reading →
The Village Defibrillator, sited on the rear of the village Telephone Box is now fully operational. We hope that none of the community will actually need it but it is there in case of an emergency. With electrical installation completed by Maltby Electrical, Coningsby, the Book Exchange & Information Board are also back in use.
Thanks go to the financial support of Millhouse Ltd, Aggregate Industries, & District Councillors Craig Leyland & Suzanna Gorst. Ian Carroll from LIVES will be taking two training sessions in the Parish Church for anyone that would like to know how to use the defibrillator, on Tuesday 17th at 7pm and Wednesday 25th at 7pm. Regards, Martin Continue reading →
Adopted by The Parish Council for the princely sum of £1
Our telephone box is a fine example of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s red K6 telephone box. The parish council adopted it so that we could preserve a British icon, be a symbol of the village and be used for a variety of community uses.
A survey revealed it needed full restoration. The list included a new door, full reglazing and painting inside and out. Fortunately the main supplier of payphones for BT is X2 Connect, handily based just down the road at Newark. They could supply everything we needed and the Parish Council had funds available to cover.
March to June was a steady progression of stripping, preparation & painting round the box until all was complete. Fortunately the unmetered electricity supply to the box was still on. So it only needed new lamps needed for re-illumination. Continue reading →