Monday, May 26, 2008


A 'large number of local residents' are said to be opposed to the change of use application to turn 15 Bridge Street, the building now housing Sue Rhodes' business, into a restaurant.
Brigg Town Council raised no objections, but Brigg Blog is informed 'the locals' do not think they were given sufficient time to express their views.
Several issues are being raised including parking, noise and proposed opening hours.
A petition has also been started.
North Lincolnshire Council, which will be ruling on the planning application, says it welcomes comments up to Wednesday (May 28). Those wanting to make views - for or against the scheme - should quote reference PA/2008/0362.
Target date for a decision is June 18, and the case officer is Mark Simmonds. Telephone (01724) 297309. Email
Just to balance things up, it should be pointed out there is some parking space available in Bridge Street, near Dunham's shop. Or perhaps diners would be happy to park up in Spring's Parade/at Tesco and walk down to the new eatery, if it gets the go-ahead.

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