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Reference B/20/0513/CD1
Location Baptist Farm, Slippery Gowt Lane, Wyberton, Boston PE21 7SQ
Proposal Application for approval of details reserved by condition C4 (External Materials), C5 (Method Statement for Demolition & Construction) and C6 (Foul Water Strategy) of approval B/20/0513
Received On 15/07/2021
Type Discharge of Condition
Decision Condition Discharge/details acceptable
Decision Date28/07/2021
ApplicantChestnut Homes
Parish Wyberton Parish Council
Case Officer Consultant Planning Officer


Name Date Download
Brick Colours Plots 6-11 & 104-109 Issue 1 12/01/2021 28/06/2021
Planning Materials Schedule Plots 6-11 & 104-109 Issue 2 01/04/2021 28/06/2021
Roof Tile Colours Plots 6-11 & 104-109 Issue 1 12/01/2021 28/06/2021
Construction Method Statement 08/07/2021
BFB/16 Construction Management Plan 15/07/2021
MA11392-201 Rev A Proposed Drainage Layout 23/07/2021
Discharge of Conditions Statement Rev A July 2021 23/07/2021
MS000176 Demolition Method Statement 26/07/2021
Planning Officer report 28/07/2021
Decision Notice 28/07/2021


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