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Reference B/21/0151
Location Land behind, 113-142, Willoughby Road, Boston, PE21 9HR
Proposal Proposed woodland & wildflower meadow including paths, small lake & car park
Received On 13/04/2021
Type Major - Full Planning Permission
Decision Favourable with conditions
Decision Date26/07/2021
Parish Fishtoft Parish Council
Case Officer Simon Eldred


Name Date Download
Application Form 30/03/2021
Design & Access Statement 30/03/2021
Covering Letter 30/03/2021
Drwg No. 4- Cross Section- Lake and Hill 13/04/2021
Drwg No. 2- General Layout 13/04/2021
Drwg No. 3- Proposed Lake 13/04/2021
Drwg No. 1- Location Plan 13/04/2021
Flood Risk Assessment, Parking and Access and Biodiversity Statements 13/04/2021
Parking Spaces document 10/06/2021
Proposed Improved Access document 10/06/2021
Additional information from agent 14/06/2021
Proposed Parking Details 17/06/2021
TS BWT 2021 01- Proposed New Access & Car Parking Area 05/07/2021
Decision Notice 26/07/2021
Planning Officer report 26/07/2021


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