A lengthy Brigg street is keeping North Lincolnshire planners busy with three applications submitted.
One was recently decided by the local authority; now two others are awaiting council rulings.
Permission is being sought to erect a detached garage & games room with storage space above and for the erection of a car port to the side of 12 Wrawby Road.
This detached property within the Conservation Area is located not far from the Monument roundabout and Glanford Road.
A statement submitted to the council on behalf of the householders says: "The proposal has been designed and sited so that it is in keeping with the character and appearance of the surrounding area and with its high-quality design will improve the character and appearance of the area in general."
The unitary authority will decide this application at a future date, having now established a public consultation period which ends on June 15.
The council, which had already granted planning permission for a detached property to be built on Wrawby Road, has now approved an amendment to permit the installation of solar panels on rear roof slopes instead of a gable.
This house is under construction on land adjacent the Cemetery Lodge, 30 Wrawby Road (facing the A18 and opposite the entrance to Brigg Recreation Ground).
A council assessment report on this 'non-material amendment' said: "The proposed changes are minor and are not considered to be at odds with the visual amenity of the street scene and will allow the building to function in accordance with the requirements of the homeowners whilst seeking to create a more environmentally friendly home through the use of renewable energy.
"The proposed panels will be sunken into the roof rather than sitting on the top of the tiles. This will ensure they do not project above the existing roof level."
Planning permission is being sought to site a mobile residential home to accommodate live-in workers associated with the existing special needs school (Robert Holme Academy) at Fircroft, 3 Wrawby Road (adjoining Health Place). View details here...
PICTURED: Wrawby Road, viewed from near the Monument roundabout and looking north along the A18.