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Reference B/21/0449
Location 8-10 Wide Bargate, Boston, PE21 6RF
Proposal Advertisement Consent for the installation of 1no. non-illuminated fascia sign
Received On 20/10/2021
Type Advertisement Consent
Decision Favourable with conditions
Decision Date14/01/2022
ApplicantCash Converters
Parish Boston Town Area Committee
Case Officer Emma Dennis


Name Date Download
Application Form 12/10/2021
Location Plan 12/10/2021
Site Plan 12/10/2021
File 10 Shopfront Plan 20/10/2021
Proposed Photograph (1) 20/10/2021
Proposed Photograph (2) 20/10/2021
File 14 Existing Front Visual 20/10/2021
Flood Risk Assessment 20/10/2021
Amended - File 13-1 Front Visual - Received 07.01.22 13/01/2022
Historic Environment Assessment 14/01/2022
Planning Officer Report 14/01/2022
Decision 14/01/2022


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