Plans for 10-home development to be discussed by councillors

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 4 Dec 2017

Plans for 10 new homes in a North Lincolnshire village are set to go before councillors.

The scheme is earmarked for vacant land on Halkon Close in Luddington.

A planning application for the project has been submitted by North Lincolnshire Counciland will be discussed by the authority’s planning committee at a meeting at the Civic Centre in Scunthorpe at 2pm on Wednesday (December 6).

The application has been called into the committee by ward councillor John Briggs on a matter of public interest.


The site location plan in Luddington for the new development. (Image: North Lincolnshire Council)

An application has been made for outline permission to develop the site at this stage.

No objection has been made by a council department, however highways officers have advised that Halkon Close would need to be realigned and that the current road layout is unacceptable.

The department has asked that conditions be placed on the proposals due to it being an outline planning application.

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