Thursday, July 27, 2017
TALKS HELD OVER NEW HOMES FOR BRIGG TOWN CENTRE
Brigg Town Councillors have discussed a scheme to build three new homes in the town centre.
On behalf of a client, a planning agent is seeking approval for the erection of three dwellings to the rear of 53 Wrawby Street, Brigg - on vacant land fronting Cross Street which is currently being used for private car parking.
Brigg Town Council's Planning & Environment Committee considered the application at its July meeting, held in the Angel Suite Lounge on Monday evening.
It heard that a nearby resident was objecting, suggesting the buildings proposed would block light and cause loss of privacy.
Coun Deb Dunderdale said her only concern was over the lack of on-site parking.
Committee chairman Coun Mike Storey noted that dwellings had once occupied this site.
The committee agreed to support the application and has made its views known to North Lincolnshire Council, which will make a final decision on the application.