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Reference B/21/0499
Location Land adj to Dial House, Timms Drove, Low Grounds, Boston, PE20 3PG
Proposal Outline application with all matters (Access, Appearance, Landscaping, Layout and Scale) reserved for later approval for erection of one dwelling
Received On 12/11/2021
Type Outline Planning Permission
Decision Favourable with conditions
Decision Date14/01/2022
AgentJMAD Architecture
Parish Swineshead Parish Council
Case Officer Simon Eldred


Name Date Download
Application Form 12/11/2021
Supporting Planning Statement 12/11/2021
Flood Risk Assessment 12/11/2021
203 Proposed Landscape, Environmental & Ecological Enhancement Plan 12/11/2021
202 Site Plan as Proposed 12/11/2021
201 Location Plan 12/11/2021
Planning Officer Report 14/01/2022
Decision 14/01/2022


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