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Reference B/21/0191
Location 7-9 Apollo Plant Hire Parts Dept, Redstone Road, Boston, PE21 8EA
Proposal Construction of 11no. industrial units
Received On 30/04/2021
Type Major - Full Planning Permission
Decision Favourable with conditions
Decision Date28/07/2021
ApplicantYarborough Developments Ltd
AgentNiCAD Consultancy Services Ltd
Parish Boston Town Area Committee
Case Officer Grant Fixter
Comment

Documents

Name Date Download
Design & Access Statement 21/04/2021
Noise Impact Assessment 21/04/2021
Flood Risk Assessment 21/04/2021
Existing Block Plan 21/04/2021
Location Plan 21/04/2021
Drainage Statement 30/04/2021
Air Quality Assessment Ecus Ltd dated April 2021 21/04/2021
21/RIE/02 Proposed Block Plan 14/06/2021
21/RIE/03A Proposed Layout/Elevations 20/07/2021
Transport Assessment 20/07/2021
Application Form 20/07/2021
Planning Statement 20/07/2021
Decision Notice 28/07/2021
Planning Officer report 28/07/2021

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