North Lincolnshire Council has granted planning permission in Brigg to convert an existing garage into living accommodation at Kei Vi Lyn, on Grammar School Road.
This householder application relates to a property between The Birches care home and the M180 flyover.
Approval has also been given to raise the roof height to create first floor accommodation, including dormer windows to the front and balcony window to the rear, at Three Gables, Markham Way, Wrawby.
Permission has been granted to erect a single-storey extension and make alterations to provide additional ground floor accommodation at 74 High Street, Broughton.
Approval is now being sought from North Lincolnshire planners to erect a single-storey rear extension with associated works, including extending the front-facing roofline, at Ceri, Star Carr Lane, Wrawby.
West Lindsey District Council has refused an application for single and two-storey side and rear extensions with cellar at Damson Cottage, Carr Road, North Kelsey.
The council decided the proposed extensions - by virtue of their scale, massing and design - "would result in large and overly dominant additions that are unsympathetic and would not relate well to the existing dwelling, consequently causing harm to its character and appearance."
Anyone refused permission by a local council has the right to lodge an appeal to be considered by the Planning Inspectorate.
The West Lindsey authority has approved the erection of a dwelling on land off North End Lane, South Kelsey.
The council is now considering another application to create a three bay garage, with games room above and two roof lights to the rear, at Grove Farm, Brigg Road, South Kelsey.