Friday, February 02, 2018


Able to trace its history back to the 19th century, well-known Brigg company Thomas Bell and Sons Ltd is seeking  advertisement consent to retain one sign and replace one with a tall forecourt sign at its Bigby Road headquarters, near the level crossing on the A1084.
The forecourt sign will be double-sided and on legs.
North Lincolnshire Council is now considering this application.
The following eight Brigg applications, submitted last year, are still awaiting decisions from council planners:

  • Erect three dwellings - land to the rear of  of 53 Wrawby Street, adjoining Cross Street (valid date: June 29, 2017).
  • Erect 67 dwellings with garages, including landscaping & access and outline application for an over 55s accommodation, former Falcon Cycles site,  off Bridge Street (valid date:  August 27, 2017).
  • Advertisement consent to display a non-illuminated fascia sign, 4 Market Place (valid date: August 25).
  • Listed building consent to re-paint shop front, 60, 61 & 62 Wrawby Street (valid date: September 26).
  • Outline application for residential development, Plot 3 Atherton Way (valid date: October 26).
  • Replace the windows at the front of the property with black and white flush-fit conservation style UPVC windows, Thornsett, Bigby Road (valid date: November 23).
  • Erect a single-storey rear extension (including demolition of existing conservatory), 30 Maple Close (valid date: December 4).
  • Notice of intention to undertake pruning works on an ash tree within the Brigg Conservation Area, 3 Bridge Street (valid date: December 18).
Close to Brigg, in neighbouring Scawby Brook (Scawby parish) an application seeking planning permission to erect a detached chalet bungalow and detached garage on land to   the rear of 179 Scawby Road (valid date: July 13, 2017) has still to be decided.