Brigg is not alone when it comes to generating planning applications for domestic property extensions and improvement schemes requiring council approval.
Below are some recent applications submitted in Broughton, Wrawby, Scawby, Hibaldstow, Howsham, North Kelsey Moor and Searby - all currently under consideration with local authority decisions yet to be announced.
Meanwhile, another in Brigg is also awaiting a council ruling - an application to allow changes to the roof at 10 Churchill Avenue (previously granted planning permission following another submission in 2019).
North Lincolnshire Council is also considering the following:
- Erect a single-storey rear extension to the dwelling and a new detached double garage (following demolition of existing rear conservatory and detached garage), 71 Ermine Street, Broughton.
- Erect a two-storey side and rear extension to the dwelling with associated works, including raising the roof height and internal alterations to provide additional accommodation, The Parish Church Room, Vicarage Road, Wrawby.
- Erect a two-storey side extension and a single-storey rear extension to the dwelling, Athandar, Tunnel Road, Wrawby.
- Erect a single-storey extension to the front of the dwelling and make alterations to the existing garage to form habitable space, 14 Beechwood Drive, Scawby.
- Erect a masonry outbuilding with a pitched roof in the garden of the property for use as an elderly personal annexe, Hamsden Garth, Cadney Road, Howsham.
- Convert the linked garage into a shower room with a drying area, 25 Greenfield Drive, Hibaldstow.
- Removal of existing stables, garage conversion with rear extension to form games room, garages and room in roof annexe, two-storey front extension to form new entrance, and eaves raised to form new loft accommodation, Sherwood House, Owmby Lane, North Kelsey Moor.
- Erection of a single-storey side extension, 5 Howsham Lane, Searby.