Thursday, January 07, 2010


Great interest will accompany a planning application lodged over the festive period with West Lindsey District Council for a site adjoining Kettleby level crossing. There has been much discussion in Brigg in recent years about the need for further pitches to serve the local traveller community. Now some have been earmarked - subject to planners' approval.
Appn Type: Full Planning Application
Proposal: Planning Application for siting of 11 residential gypsy pitches with associated hard-standing and access.
Location: Kettleby Caravan Park, Kettleby Lane, Wrawby, Brigg.
Applicant: Mr W Bibby, c/o Green Planning Solutions, 3a High Street, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, TF13 6AA.
Agent: Mr M Green, 3a High Street, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, TF13 6AA.
Appn Status: Public Consultation Period underway.


Ken Harrison said...


I see that the proposal address is Much Wenlock..the place has an interesting abbey to visit and on one of the pillars to the Mediaeval town hall are shackles for naughty people.
But perhaps it should be better known as the town that created the modern Olympiad in the latter part of the 19thC.
Close by is Bridgnorth, Nige...and you should be already aware of that town's association to the Servern Valley Railway.
Another a group of solicitors in the town called Dolittle & Dally....true!
Up the road is Ironbridge and Coalbrookdale....apart from being famous for the Abraham Derby's, Richard Trevithick's first loco, 'The Coalbrookdale' ...the first steam engine to run on rails..was built and ran on a circilar track in the area.

Ken Harrison said...

One question that could be asked.....since the proposed site in on the extreme periphery of West Lindsey Council (Lincs CC)- is the council obliged to receive objections from folks who reside in North Lincs?

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