Thursday, August 15, 2013


A rear view of the angling shop (left).
Brigg's angling shop is looking to land itself larger premises with a local heating company taking over the site in Bridge Street and seeking to expand them, creating new jobs.
That's according to a document that accompanies a planning application now under consideration.
Planning permission is being sought from North Lincolnshire Council to carry out alterations and extensions and demolish existing rear storage areas at 4 & 4A Alexandria Terrace.
A statement accompanying the planning application says the existing angling business is looking to expand into larger premises in the Brigg area "and the property has been sold to facilitate this."
Sirius Heating Services, the buyers, are looking to expand their own business. It is proposed to make alterations and add an extension to provide office and reception facilities, storage space, a workshop area and a retail facility.
In the short term the proposals will create three new permanent full-time jobs at the Victorian property, with more following towards the end of this year and through further expansion in 2014.
The applicant is from Elsham and has appointed an agent from Ulceby.
The submitted scheme has passed the first part of the planning process, with Brigg Town Council raising no objections. North Lincolnshire Council will now decide whether to give the go-ahead.

Read the full, detailed report on what's planned through this link to the North Lincolnshire Council planning portal - see Supporting Documents.

1 comment:

Ken Harrison said...

I hope someone remembers to add that the site will need an archeological survey. The site is well within the confines of the ancient route across the Ancholme valley.