Sunday, January 29, 2012
BRIGG COUNCILLORS NEED EXTRA TIME TO DECIDE
Brigg Town Council is seeking more time to consider its response to a planning application for an area just off the Market Place.
Permission is being sought to build eight town houses, two maisonettes, four flats and three shops, in what is described as a mixed use development close to the Market Place, Cary Lane and Spring’s Way.
Coun Ben Nobbs, chairman of Brigg Town Council’s Planning and Environment Committee, described it as a big development in the centre of the town “with many issues.”
He suggested they should ask North Lincolnshire Council for a week’s extension to the deadline for responses to the application.
“That will give us time to go and look at the site,” he told fellow councillors at their meeting in the Angel Suite.
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