Weekly Lists > B/21/0376

Reference B/21/0376
Location 25, Norfolk Street, Boston PE21 6PW
Proposal Proposed rear two storey extension and internal alterations including part demolition of existing building
Received On 02/09/2021
Type Full Planning Permission
Decision Favourable with conditions
Decision Date13/01/2022
ApplicantC/O Neil Dowlman Architecture Ltd
AgentNeil Dowlman Architecture Ltd
Parish Boston Town Area Committee
Case Officer Emma Dennis
Comment

Documents

Name Date Download
Block Plan 11/08/2021
A/3527-1001 Existing Elevations, Sections & Plans 11/08/2021
A/3527-3002 Proposed Elevations, Sections & Plans 11/08/2021
Application Form 11/08/2021
Design & Access Statement 11/08/2021
Flood Risk Assessment 11/08/2021
Flood Risk Assessment 11/08/2021
Site Location Plan 11/08/2021
Historic Environment Assessment 02/09/2021
Decision 13/01/2022
Planning Officer Report 13/01/2022

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