Brigg Town Council is to discuss suggested street names received from Keigar Homes for a housing development to be built off Bridge Street.
The suggested names will be considered and discussed during the authority's first meeting of 2021, to be held online via the Zoom platform on Tuesday (January 26) from 7.15pm.
There will also be updates about the Tin Tab seating shelter refurbishment and the town's allotments. Councillors will discuss inviting nominations for the annual Civic Award (for buildings) and the Joseph J. Magrath Award for public voluntary service.
An update on North Lincolnshire Council matters affecting/involving Brigg will be given on behalf of the local ward councillors - Coun Rob Waltham and Couns Carl & Nigel Sherwood.
Public Question time appears early on the agenda (see below).
Following the conclusion of the monthly council meeting, the Planning & Environment Committee will convene and consider two Brigg planning applications for outline permission, submitted recently:
- Erect up to nine dwellings, land at Westrum Lane.
- Residential development, Car Sales and Storage Area, Engine Street.
The committee's views will be forwarded to North Lincolnshire Council which will decide both applications in due course.
Anyone wishing to watch online or listen by phone to Tuesday's meetings needs to email the Town Council in advance - firstname.lastname@example.org - so arrangements can be made to admit them to the session on the night.