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Reference B/21/0506
Location Flat 4, 140 West Street, Boston, PE21 8RE
Proposal Change of use from ground floor retail space to storage space for Flat 4 including new access to the ground floor
Received On 19/11/2021
Type Full Planning Permission
Decision Favourable with conditions
Decision Date20/01/2022
ApplicantBest Food UK
Parish Boston Town Area Committee
Case Officer Chloe Allen


Name Date Download
Application Form 19/11/2021
Block Plan 19/11/2021
Site Location Plan 19/11/2021
Environment Agency Flood Map 19/11/2021
Flood Risk Assessment 19/11/2021
0217-31 Proposed Ground Floor Plans 19/11/2021
0217-30 Survey- Existing Ground Floor Plans Including Rear Elevation & Photo A 19/11/2021
Housing Response (Informative on Decision) 23/12/2021
Housing Strategy response (Informative on Decision) 31/12/2021
Decision 20/01/2022
Planning Officer Report 20/01/2022


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