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Reference B/21/0076/NMA
Location 11, Fydell Crescent, Boston PE21 8SS
Proposal Application for a non-material amendment following approval B/21/0076 to make amendments to the approved plans to increase the footprint of approved extension to rear of property
Received On 25/06/2021
Type Non-material Amendments
Decision Approved Non-material Amendment
Decision Date20/07/2021
ApplicantShilton Property Development Ltd
AgentScorer Hawkins Architects Ltd
Parish Boston Town Area Committee
Case Officer Grant Fixter
Comment

Documents

Name Date Download
Application Form 22/06/2021
2289/PP02 Rev A Proposed Elevations 22/06/2021
2289/PP01 Rev A Proposed Floor Plans 22/06/2021
Drawing Issue Sheet 12/07/2021
2289/EX01 Existing Floor Plans 12/07/2021
Planning Officer Report 20/07/2021
Decision to be read in conjunction with B/21/0076) 20/07/2021

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