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Reference B/20/0293/CD4
Location Land at 31-33, London Road, Kirton, Boston PE21 1JA
Proposal Application to have details approved relating to Condition 4 (EVCP - Electric Vehicle Charging Points) of planning approval B/20/0293 (Residential development consisting of 41 dwellings, estate roads and landscaping)
Received On 05/11/2021
Type Discharge of Condition
Decision Condition Discharge/details acceptable
Decision Date17/01/2022
ApplicantPlatform Housing Ltd
AgentMoulton Land & Planning Ltd
Parish Kirton Parish Council
Case Officer Chloe Allen
Comment

Documents

Name Date Download
Application Form 04/11/2021
Drwg no PHG/kirton/Rev A- EV Charge Points 14/01/2022
Decision Notice 17/01/2022
Planning Officer Report 17/01/2022

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