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Reference B/20/0432/CD2
Location Land to the South of Swineshead Road and East of Wortley's Lane, Wyberton, Boston, PE21 7JF
Proposal Application to have details approved relating to Condition 3 (Water Vole Survey) of planning approval B/20/0432 (Erection of a freestanding restaurant with drive-thru facility, car parking, landscaping and associated works, including Customer Order Displays (COD), Goal Post Height Restrictor and Play Frame)
Received On 14/06/2021
Type Discharge of Condition
Decision Condition Discharge/details acceptable
Decision Date23/07/2021
ApplicantMcDonald's Restaurants Ltd
AgentPlanware Ltd
Parish Wyberton Parish Council
Case Officer Simon Eldred


Name Date Download
Application Form 14/06/2021
Water Vole Survey Report v1 Boston June 2021 14/06/2021
Water Vole Survey Report Version 2 July 2021 08/07/2021
Decision Notice 23/07/2021
Planning Officer report 23/07/2021


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