Tuesday, July 25, 2017


Listed building consent will need to be obtained from North Lincolnshire Council planners before a Brigg landmark can be cleaned in renovations to mark the 100th anniversary of the guns finally falling silent during the First World War.
This was revealed during Brigg Town Council's July meeting, held last night in the Angel Suite.
And should the council eventually  decide to add further names to the those listed on the Monument, that process will also require listed building consent.
The Monument was only  listed as a structure of significance last year.
It was erected circa 1920 to remember The Fallen.
■ Councillors last night agreed to accept a quote to repaint the Tin Tab seating shelter near the Monument, beside the A18 and on East Park.

1 comment:

Ken Harrison said...

I can't see unobtrusive cleaning to be a problem...but, the telephone box near Westminster Bank is also listed....listed years ago, will that need permission before repainting?