Weekly Lists > B/21/0258

Reference B/21/0258
Location 38 Hillcrest, Tarry Hill, Swineshead, Boston, PE20 3LW
Proposal Erection of a detached garage
Received On 03/06/2021
Type Full Planning Permission
Decision Favourable with conditions
Decision Date22/07/2021
ApplicantLeighton
AgentScorer Hawkins Architects Ltd
Parish Swineshead Parish Council
Case Officer Emma Dennis
Comment

Documents

Name Date Download
2257/0001 Design and Access Justification Statement Dated 02 June 2021 03/06/2021
2257-PP01 Proposed Block Plan and Existing Site Plan 03/06/2021
2257-PP03 Proposed Floor Plan 03/06/2021
2257-PP04 Proposed Section and North Elevation 03/06/2021
2257-PP05 Proposed West and South Elevations 03/06/2021
Application Form 03/06/2021
Planning Officer Report 22/07/2021
Decision 22/07/2021

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