Planning

 

Parish Councils do not have power to grant or refuse planning permission. The Local Government Act 1972, section 101 does however, require local authorities to consult parish councils on certain matters affecting their parish and a parish council is a statutory consultee on the development plan, local plans and structure plans.

Planning authorities must inform local parish councils of applications affecting its parish and consider its views when deciding on planning applications. Planning authorities usually allow fourteen to twenty one days for a response.

Planning Authority

The Planning Authority for our Parish is North Lincolnshire Council. All planning applications can be found using the following link: Redbourne Parish Planning Applications Opens in a new window

You can view planning applications for Hibaldstow Parish at: Hibaldstow Parish Planning Applications Opens in a new window

The Parish Council does not have executive powers to accept or reject applications, but our views are considered when the application is determined by the relevant authority. We also contribute views on Local Area and Regional Strategies on subjects such as housing, transport, environment and employment.

Planning Applications

Please click on the reference of each application to access the North Lincolnshire Council planning portal for further information and to submit your comments.

Reference
Proposal
Redbourne Parish Council's Comments
Decision
Application for determination of the requirement for prior approval for a fertiliser storage tank
Agricultural Notification – Prior approval not required