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Works at Belton House and a solar farm are among Grantham area planning applications

There are the latest planning application received by South Kesteven District Council:

Long Bennington, S20/0669: Mr Sam Smith - one mobile home and one touring caravan for a traveller that works in forestry at land north of Bennington Bait, Valley Lane

Skillington, S20/1375: Skillington PCC - Listed Building Consent for the replacement of existing lead roof to the north/south aisles and transept, with apecan uginox FME tinned K44 stainless steel, replacement and/or overboarding timbers beneath new covering, at St James's Church, Park Lane

Hougham, S20/1412: Mrs Karen Shaw - construction of an all-weather equine turn out area in the rear paddock of the applicant's property at Chapel Farm House, Main Street

South kesteven District Council (25751526)
South kesteven District Council (25751526)

Folkingham, S20/1418: Mr Robin Lewis - replacement timber windows to the back of the house. They are being replaced with like for like timber windows double glazing at 1 Tannery Lane

Barrowby, S20/1423: Mr Neil Smith - replacement of the existing sash, replacement of glazed panel above the front entrance, replacement and reduction of window the rear, creation of a formal rear entrance at East View Low Road

Grantham, S20/1425: Mr Tupper - fell three leyland cypress and grind stumps at 38 Harrowby Road

Grantham, S20/1429: J. Sainsbury PLC - works described in the tree report at J. Sainsbury, London Road

Belton, S20/1430: Nicholas Sainsbury-Bow of the National Trust - listed building consent for a new external door and frame, the installation of a secondary steel handrail, revised position of roof top ventilation louvres and installation of a new air handling condenser unit at Belton House, Stables Restaurant, The Drive

Irnham, S20/1431: Sir James Benton-Jones -mixed broadleaves (G1) - Routine thinning, Ash and common alder felling, possible crown reduction at Irnham Hall, Corby Road

Foston, S20/1433: By-Pass Farm Solar Ltd - installation of a solar farm comprising ground mounted solar PV panels with a generating capacity of up to 49.9MW, including mounting system, battery storage units, inverters, underground cabling, stock proof fence, CCTV, internal tracks and associated infrastructure, landscaping and environmental enhancements for a temporary period of 40 years and a permanent grid connection hub at land south of the A1 (Foston by-pass)

Barrowby, S20/1449: Mr Wayne Desmond - rear and side extension to replace the conservatory, this will have a pinched roof and windows to match the house external walls will be finished in render/cladding at 28 Reedings Road

Grantham, S20/1441: Mr Darren Lane -replacement of existing bay window with single storey rear extension at 6 Sunningdale

Denton, S20/1444: Mr Brian McNulty - weeping willow to fell, whitebeam to fell, variagated conifer to fell, various leylandii conifers to fell at Ashwood House, Church Street

Long Bennington, S20/1453 and S20/1454: Mr and Mrs S. Haywood-Grey - proposed insertion of new window into existing converted annex and the erection of garden room office at 40 Main Road

Grantham, S20/1460: Mr David Docherty of the East Midlands Ambulance Service - extension to existing ambulance garaging at Lincolnshire Ambulance Service, 16 Beacon Lane

Grantham, S20/1462: Jacky Collins - single-storey side extension with pitched tiled roof and two Velux roof windows at 19 Belton Grove

Castle Bytham, S20/1463: Shearing - reduce a maple by three metres, remove a sorbus at 8 Castlegate

Westborough, S20/1471: Mr and Mrs Maycock - proposed external render to dwelling and proposed single storey rear /side extensions and detached triple garage at The Chestnuts, Town Street

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