Planning application approved: camp site, Wellsyke Lane

The Parish Council has been notified that the recent planning application to resurface existing roads at THE CAMPING AND CARAVANNING CLUB, WELLSYKE LANE, KIRKBY ON BAIN, WOODHALL SPA, LN10 6YU was approved yesterday. The ELDC reference number is S/094/02458/18

To view the application online visit the ELDC website using this link.

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Application to remove a planning condition (golf course, Wellsyke lane)

East Lindsey District Council planning application reference S/094/00161/19 has been received by the Parish Council and is now being considered. The applicant (Mr. D Roth,) now seeks the removal of a condition to use his golf course at THE GARDENS, WELLSYKE LANE, KIRKBY ON BAIN, WOODHALL SPA, LN10 6YU for private use only so he can run it on a commercial basis.

If you wish to comment on this application, please visit this ELDC web page where you can view the associated documents and submit your comments online if you wish. (The applicant’s agent sets out his client’s case in the covering letter included in the application documents). Observations are requested no later than February 25 2019.
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Planning Application: Camping and Caravanning Club site

An application to resurface existing roads at THE CAMPING AND CARAVANNING CLUB, WELLSYKE LANE, KIRKBY ON BAIN, WOODHALL SPA, LN10 6YU has been received by the Parish Council and is now being considered. The ELDC reference number is S/094/02458/18

To view the application online and to submit comments, visit the ELDC website using this link.

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Planning Application: Wellsyke Lane

East Lindsey District Council planning application reference S/094/00584/18 has been received by the Parish Council and is now being considered. Change of use of land is sought to “provide a golf course including the erection of fencing/netting, creation of a pond and construction of T boxes on mounds and separate mounds surround the entrance (works started)” at THE GARDENS, WELLSYKE LANE, KIRKBY ON BAIN, WOODHALL SPA, LN10 6YU.

If you wish to comment on this application, please visit this ELDC web page where you can view the associated documents and submit your comments online if you wish. Observations are requested no later than 01 June 2018.
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Heale Farm Planning Decision

Despite objections by the Parish Council, neighbours and others, East Lindsey District Council has granted Anthony Dawson (Builder), 18 High Street, Eagle, Lincoln LN6 9DH full planning permission to carry out works at Heale Farm, Wellsyke Lane, Kirkby on Bain, subject to 10 conditions. The permission is for the erection of two replacement poultry sheds with stacks, 4 biomass rooms and 4 silos on the site of 6 existing poultry sheds which are to be demolished, and regularisation of chimney stacks. (works already started). Continue reading

Potholes on Kirkby Lane!

Picture courtesy the ExpressTessa Tucker has been in touch to say she is fed up with the poor state of Kirkby Lane between the village and Wellsyke Lane. She has reported the pothole problem to Lincolnshire Highways, and noticed that at least one other complaint has been made on the LCC website. She also comments: “I think that the more people that subscribe to it the more likely that something will actually be done.”

Lets’s hope so. If you would like to have your say too, here’s the link: http://highways.lincolnshire.gov.uk/highways/ You might also like to have a look at Potholes.co.uk. Thanks Tessa.

Parish Council Meeting: January 7th 2016

Held as scheduled in St Mary’s Church, the latest meeting was attended by Councillors Martin Briscombe, Peter Dewrance, William Gray, Sam Midgley (Chair) and Penny Stones. Minutes of the previous meeting held on November 3, 2015 were approved and are now available here.

Before the meeting, there was an extended open session at which members of the public presented comments and discussed the planning application to carry out works at Heale Farm, Wellsyke Lane, and the situation regarding upkeep of the churchyard.

Following the meeting Mark Tartellin made a very informative presentation to the council relating to the planning application to build houses in Roughton Road, currently under consideration. Continue reading