Glamping camping and takeaways among North Lincolnshire planning applications submitted this week
Applications to set up a cattery and do a glamping camp are among the plans submitted this week.
A total of 59 applications were received by North East Lincolnshire Council and North Lincolnshire Council over the past week. These are open to public comment on their websites before a decision is made.
Most planning applications are decided by council officers based on the information provided. However, those that are large in scope or raise a significant number of objections may be submitted to the planning committee.
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Below are some of the items on the North Lincolnshire rosters for the week starting March 21.
Caravan supports and glamping pods
Northmoor Fisheries in Crowle asked to create hardstanding areas for 14 caravan sites and to install four glamping modules. Ten additional parking spaces would be created, along with the equivalent of three full-time jobs. An electric gate would be added for security reasons.
Kennels to add cattery
A kennel in Briglsey has applied for permission to become part cattery. MindYour Paws Dog Kennels on Waithe Lane have submitted plans for various alterations to create 12 cat pens.
A fence would be erected to isolate the cattery and prevent the animals from becoming stressed by the sight or noise of the dogs. It will not impact the surroundings.
Takeaway plans for vacant stores
Plans have been submitted to convert the former Motability store in Grimsby Road, Cleethorpes, into a hot takeaway. An independent apartment would be created on the first floor.
The application states that it would be “new storefront with shutters and various internal and external modifications”. He says the building was originally a house that was converted into a two-story store and is now vacant.
Extension of the Engie office
Engie Fabricom has applied for permission to build a 14-bay modular office at its site in Manby Road, Immingham. The new building will be used to accommodate staff transferred from the Grimsby office, which is closing.
Creation of apartments
A store on Frodingham Road in Scunthorpe could be divided into several apartments. The internal and external renovation will create two additional affordable apartments, for a total of three in the building.
Restaurant floor converted into apartments
A two-storey restaurant on the high street in Scunthorpe has asked to convert the upper floor into self-contained first-floor apartments. The plans have been submitted by the property to 144 High Street.
“The proposal is to divide the ground floor and the first floor into two distinct areas. The newly created first floor apartment will utilize the property’s existing side front entrance (currently unused) and will be erected over the side steel staircase. The ground floor restaurant will continue to use the existing main entrance,” the request states.
An application has been made to erect eight industrial units on land north of Atherton Way in Brigg.
Plans from Lincs Design Consultancy state: “The development proposes the construction of eight units which will be divided into two buildings parallel to each other and perpendicular to the road and industrial units to the rear of the site.”
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