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Reference B/21/0245
Location The Old Horseshoes, Sheepgate, Leverton, Boston PE22 0AR
Proposal Outline application including access with all other matters (Appearance, Landscaping, Layout and Scale) reserved for later approval for the erection of 2no. dwellings
Received On 10/06/2021
Type Outline Planning Permission
Decision Unfavourable decision
Decision Date30/07/2021
AgentFor-Ward Planning Consultancy Ltd
Parish Leverton Parish Council
Case Officer Grant Fixter


Name Date Download
Application Form 21/05/2021
422-21-01 Site Location Plan and Proposed Block Plan - Indicative only 10/06/2021
Design & Access Statement inc Heritage Impact Assessment 10/06/2021
Flood Risk Assessment 10/06/2021
Decision 30/07/2021
Planning Officer Report 30/07/2021


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