People across the country have been reporting that supermarket shelves are stripped bare of disposable nappies and feminine hygiene products as panic buying has set in for these necessary items.
As a result, many are turning to renewable nappies when their disposable nappies have run out. TotsBots, the reusable nappy company, have reported a 600% hike in sales in the past few days alone.
The same is happening for Bloom & Nora, an ethical reusable sanitary pad company, that’s also seeing a huge spike in sales at this time. Not only are they a sustainable alternative to disposable pads, but they contain no toxins, dioxins, carcinogens and can washed and reused again and again. Perfect for when supermarket shelves are bare.
TotsBots started selling their reusable nappies at 440 Boots stores nationwide in February. With the increase in panic buying due to Covid-19, parents are stocking up on reusable necessities instead of disposables. “It’s a smart choice,” says TotsBots co-founder Fiona Smyth, “disposable nappies and sanitary pads end up in landfill, cost more in the long-run, but at times like this it’s good to know you won’t be stuck if disposable items disappear from the shelves.”
Reusable nappies like TotsBots contain no nasty chemicals, are easy to wash and quick drying, and come in various styles and sizes for new-born babies to toddlers. There are nappies for daytime and more robust nappies for night-time as well as a range of accessories to makes sure babies bottoms stay covered if disposables run out. For parents self-isolating and keeping kids indoors, it’s a safe and reliable solution.
TotsBots award winning reusable nappies and Bloom & Nora reusable sanitary pads are made in the UK. You can pick up TotsBots at most Boots nationwide, or there is FREE UK shipping on orders over £50 from www.totsbots.com. Similarly, Bloom & Nora can be purchased online www.bloomandnora.com/
For the first time those planning to start university in September can get a taste of life as a University of Lincoln student, find out what the University offers and get a feel for the city through a completely virtual experience hosted by a student YouTuber.
From this Saturday (21st March), prospective students can experience the Your First Day event – an event which offers a taste of university life, the course, and a chance to experience the city – online and from the comfort of home.
The fully interactive experience will be hosted by Lincoln student and YouTuber Charlotte Emily Price. Charlotte, who is in her third year studying Forensic Science at Lincoln, is a fashion and lifestyle content creator with more than 13,000 followers on Instagram and her YouTube channel, Charlotte Emily Vlogs, has upwards of 7,500 subscribers.
Emma Jubbs, who heads up student recruitment at the University of Lincoln, said: “The online experience of the Your First Day event builds on virtual open days already offered by the University, and ensures those planning to attend university can still look around the campus and accommodation, watch highlights throughout the day, ask questions online, and find out more the University and the city, even when they can’t attend in person, which we all know is not possible at the moment.
“The University of Lincoln is proud to provide a home from home for our students and this starts from the earliest stages of application. We are grateful that young people have trusted us to be their future home and we look forward to welcoming our next cohort to our fantastic city and University later this year.”
As well as this there will be an ‘ask a question’ feature on the Facebook and Instgram stories to enable prospective students and parents a chance to ask any questions in the same way they would if they were attending in person, and get a reply in real time. Any answers will be available for all viewers. Each College at the University will also upload content relevant to the disciplines it offers to their social channels.
Charlotte’s virtual tour takes in the library, Brayford Waterfront, Student Wellbeing Centre, Isaac Newton Building, student accommodation, the Students’ Union and the Minerva Building. Applicants can also get a taste for graduation, the student support services, teaching, research and accommodation.
You can follow the live and interactive virtual Your First Day on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/universityoflincoln) and Instagram (@unilincoln) from 10am until 3pm on Saturday March 21st. The content can also be accessed after the event from the same channels.
Staff and supporters of St Barnabas Hospice will be recycling Christmas trees this January.
The St Barnabas Hospice Tree-cycle has launched once again, which will see staff and supporters of the Hospice driving across Lincolnshire to collect and recycle Christmas trees.
Let’s face it, the last thing you want to worry about once the festivities are over is disposing of your Christmas tree. But don’t worry, teams from St Barnabas Hospice will be out and about in January, collecting trees. For a suggested donation of £10, their team of cheeky elves will collect your tree, chip it and recycle it. It’s a win for you, the Hospice and the environment!
St Barnabas will be collecting trees from Saturday 11 th January and will accept tree registrations until Monday 6 th January, or until they reach capacity. They are asking members of the public to leave their trees in an easily collectible spot outside their house.
When you register, there is an interactive map showing the parts of Lincolnshire in which the Hospice will be collecting. These locations include Lincoln, Grantham, Stamford, Sleaford, Boston and more.
This year, the Hospice is hoping to raise more money than ever before from the Tree-cycle. Their aim is to reach a £30,000 target, which would cover the cost of running the dispensary so around 400 terminally ill inpatients can access pain relief medication next year.
Melissa Gaffney, Event Fundraiser at St Barnabas Hospice, said: “Donations to our Tree-cycle campaign are crucial in helping us care for more people across Lincolnshire who are living with a life-limiting or terminal illness. We are very fortunate to have such generous supporters and hope they will join us to make this year’s Tree-cycle the most successful yet!
“I’d like to say a huge thank you to the people and businesses who have chosen to support our Tree-cycle this year. Thanks go to Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Lincolnshire Coop, Gelder Group, OSB Events, Wallbreaker, Delta-Simons, Hurst Arb, Continental Landscapes, Simpson Arboriculture, Manor Farm Tree Services, KWP Plant Hire, Bytham Trees, Sam Trimmer Tree Services, Arborez, Downtown Garden Centre, Stamford 2 nd Scouts, Inspire+, Anwick Garden Centre, Nunton Christmas Trees, Fillingham Christmas Trees and Doddington Hall.”
Tree-cycle is the perfect way to dispose of your Christmas tree in the most environmentally conscious way. Recycled trees are turned into wood chippings that can be used for multiple uses. Wood chippings can be used for biomass boilers, which heat many Lincolnshire homes. They can also provide shelter and layering for farmyard animals and in some cases can be turned into BBQ charcoal which is then sold from local farms.
To register your tree for the January Christmas Tree-cycle, visit
Unfortunately, we can’t collect in every area due to capacity, but please do get in touch if you would like us to collect in your area and know of a wood chipping company or van driver who can help with this. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01522 540 300.
On the 20th March 2020 St Wulfram’s in Grantham will celebrate the 1300th anniversary of the death of its Patron and Dom Jean-Charles Nault, Abbot of Wandrille in France will present to the people of Grantham with the last remaining relic of Wulfram.
The relic will then be kept at St Wulfram’s for a number of months during their celebration year before being returned to Wandrille. This is, it is believed, only the second time in modern history that relics have been shared with another church.
St Wulfram was a 7th century missionary born in about 650 AD near Fontainebleau, south of Paris. He died in 720 and was canonised after numerous miracles had been attributed to him.
Fr Stuart Cradduck, Rector at St Wulfram’s said: “We are truly blessed to be able to welcome the relic of St Wulfram to Grantham. This is a rare and remarkable ecumenical act of faith, love and trust and we are honoured that our saint is coming to us on the 1300th anniversary of his death.
“This special privilege is not only of the recognition of the Roman Catholic Community in France to an Anglican Church, but also a significant sign of friendship and trust in us as a community of faith. A faith which goes beyond geographical and political bounds.”
The church is already making plans on how to mark the March 2020 anniversary with an appropriate memorial.
So far, the programme includes a formal greeting by the Mayor and Charter Trustees at the Guildhall, to be followed by a torch lit procession with accompanying music through the town which the church hopes will include the people of Grantham with the town’s children dressed in costumes; local, regional, national and international dignitaries, and representatives of all the Benedictine Houses in England and other senior church representatives.
The parade will end with the formal reception of the relic of Wulfram at St Wulfram’s Church.
|Moves to tackle littering in Stamford took a positive step forward this week with the installation of a new SKDC ballot bin for cigarette ends.|
|The bin, located where Silver Lane meets Broad Street, encourages smokers to dispose of cigarette ends in an environmentally friendly way. The idea is they can have a bit of fun at the same time by answering a question. The first, on bins in both Grantham and Stamford is: Brussels sprouts with Christmas dinner: Yes or No? SKDC Cabinet Member for Commercial and Operations, Cllr Dr Peter Moseley, said: “Dropped cigarette ends are the most common form of litter in our district. I hope that encouraging smokers to have a bit of fun as they bin their cigarette butts will reduce that.“The serious side is that cigarette filters contain plastics and other chemicals that don’t degrade, and these can be harmful to wildlife if they end up in surface water drains leading to rivers.“SKDC has pledged to crack down on littering and other anti-social behaviour that can blight our communities. It is part of our work to keep the district looking attractive and clean for residents, visitors and those who work here. Our message is clear: don’t drop litter.”A ballot bin which displays a question and two possible replies has already proved a success in Grantham Market Place. Smokers vote by putting their cigarette ends in the slot beneath their preferred answer. The litter stacks up in two columns behind a clear glass front showing which answer is more popular. The last question was X-Factor or Strictly, with X-Factor the clear winner.The move reflects SKDC’s commitment to a Higher Street Standard throughout the district which already consistently exceeds the national average.|
Leaders from the Lincolnshire County Council are set to approve an investment of around £1.8m into redesigning the authority’s IT systems, seeking to fix the series of “significant” issues which have beset the current system.
The council will look to adopt systems from, and become part-owner of, Hoople Ltd.
Hoople currently overseas a number of services including human resources, payroll and finance for a number of public sector organisations.
The current system used by the council, delivered as part of its £70m IT, finance and HR services contract with Serco, suffered from number of issues related to poor performance and difficulties in configuring the software. Those issues affected both the local authority themselves, as well as the 160-plus schools it looks after.
Lincolnshire County Council’s current contract with Serco – who also took over operation the authority’s customer services centre – was due to end in 2020, before being voted to be extended last year until the end of March 2022.
In a report presented before councillors on Tuesday, officers said the current system was incorrectly set up and is “contributing to the inability to address a number of ongoing issues and is limiting the ability to take advantage of the full functionality.”
When addressing the inclusion of Hoople into the council’s IT systems, the officer’s report said: ““Whilst the investment in the reconstruction of the system is significant, [it] is not sustainable in its current state and a re-design will remove duplicated and inefficient processes.
The authority praised Hoople’s previous success and said incorporating the company would cost the council half a million pounds less than if it had taken on the job itself. In becoming part-owner of the company – alongside Herefordshire Council and Wye Valley NHS Trust – the council would also have greater control over the development of the system.
Hoople is looking to agree a seven-year agreement from the authority with an option to extend for a further two years. It is hoped the move will be finished by April 2021.
Lincolnshire property seekers looking to upgrade their home should look no further than the final homes available to purchase at Lovell Homes’ The Oaks development, where almost 80% of homes have sold.
TheOaks_Exterior_Shot51 – The Oaks development near Sleaford, Lincolnshire
Located on Murrayfield Avenue in Greylees, near Sleaford, potential purchasers are able to Part Exchange their existing home and move into the Lincolnshire development in time for Christmas.
The Oaks is home to a charming selection of two, three and four-bedroom homes, perfect for all types of purchaser looking to settle down in the thriving area of Lincolnshire.
The Embsay style home at plot 19 is one of the few available properties at The Oaks and comes complete with fitted flooring. Priced at £271,995, this four-bedroom home is suitable for families looking to upsize their current property and is available with Part Exchange.
Embsay plot 13 CGI – CGI of the Embsay style home at Lovell Homes’ The Oaks development
This spacious home features a large open plan kitchen/dining room with French doors opening out to the rear garden, as well as an additional cloakroom and utility. There is also access to the integrated garage from the hallway.
Upstairs, The Embsay house type boasts four bedrooms and a family bathroom, with the master bedroom benefitting from the added privacy of an ensuite.
Situated in the picturesque village of Greylees, The Oaks is surrounded by many local amenities including a primary school, a local shop, Sleaford Golf Course and Rauceby train station. Greylees is located on the outskirts of the popular Lincolnshire town of Sleaford, just off the A15.
Current availability at The Oaks includes two-bedroom homes priced from £158,995, three-bedroom homes priced from £199,995 and four-bedroom homes priced from £256,495.
For more information on the homes available at The Oaks, visit the marketing suite and showhomes open Thursday to Monday from 10am – 5pm, call 01529 664 371 or visit https://www.lovell.co.uk/developments/the-oaks-greylees/.
You can also like Lovell on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lovellhomes and follow Lovell on Instagram at @lovell_homes, and on LinkedIn @LovellPartnershipsLtd.
Couples can save themselves the unnecessary heartache of losing shared pets by arranging a ‘pet-nuptial’ agreement in case of future separation with their partner.
For those going through a divorce, discussing what happens to shared pets after the split is undoubtedly one of the hardest things to do, and having a plan in place can really help.
Pets are often just as important to people as children, but when it comes to custody of fur babies in the eyes of the law, there is currently no official legally binding measures in place for what happens to pets after a breakup.
Legally a pet is a seen as an asset, and as with any assets in a divorce, ownership will be decided by the court, however having a prearranged agreement in place commonly known as a prenuptial agreement, can assist the court to make a decision.
To decide the future home of a pet during a divorce, couples can include a clause in a wider prenuptial agreement regarding ownership of an animal in the same way they can for material goods such as furniture or a TV.
Pre-nups are seen as a reflection of the parties’ intentions regarding ownership of property and assets prior to marriage, and although they are not legally binding in the UK, they will be taken into consideration by the court in the event of a relationship breakdown.
Despite pets being a big part of the family, animal charities such as The Blue Cross and Kennel Club both advise against joint custody of an animal as it can be unsettling and negatively affect the animal’s wellbeing. Splitting up animals who have lived together for a long time may also cause distress to animals so it’s not advisable.
It is suggested to appoint a primary caregiver of the animal upon adopting, with a pet-nup clause outlining who this will be and what the duty of care will entail.
Emma Darley, family law executive at JMP Solicitors, said: “Pets are part of the family, so it is important to implement safeguarding in case of an eventual relationship breakdown to ensure you, your family and your pet are put through the least amount of distress possible.
“Once divorce proceedings begin, the custody of the pet is in the hands of the court. They will look at a number of factors such as who can best meet the animal’s needs, who has the most suitable home and what is best for the animal.
“A pet-nup clause can have a significant impact on any decision the court is asked to make and sets out the intentions of the parties prior to marriage. It can outline custody agreements, as well as financial responsibilities such as veterinary and grooming bills. Whilst it is not officially binding, it is certainly an influential factor in deciding what happens to your pets.
“When drafting the agreement, it’s important to bear in mind what would be best for the animal – agreed primary owners must adhere to the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and agree to be responsible for caring for the animal in all eventualities.”
To find out more about pet-nups and available family law services, please contact JMP Solicitors.
About JMP Solicitors
Established in 2000, JMP Solicitors is a Grantham-based multi-service law firm providing services for a diverse range of local and national clients from individuals, to companies and organisations.
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Home hunters in Lincolnshire are being encouraged to enquire about the brand new homes available at Lovell Homes’ The Oaks development in Greylees, where a selection of four-bedroom homes are available to move into now.
Located on Murrayfield Avenue, the charming development is home to a selection of two, three and four-bedroom homes, perfect for all types of purchaser looking to settle down in the thriving area of Lincolnshire.
One of the beautiful homes available to move into now is the four-bedroom Cotterdale property at plot 12. Priced at £255,495, this detached home homes with free fitted carpets and vinyl throughout, worth over £5,000. Downstairs, the Cotterdale benefits from a spacious living room, with a large bay window looking out to the front of the property.
To the rear of the home is an open plan kitchen/dining room, with French doors opening out onto the rear garden. A utility room, store cupboard and cloakroom are also to the ground floor, as well as access into the integrated garage. Upstairs, the Cotterdale boasts four double bedrooms and a family bathroom, with the master bedroom benefitting from the added luxury of an ensuite.
Another home available to move into now is the magnificent three-bedroom Eldwick style home at plot 24, priced at £199,995. This home opens out onto a spacious living room to the front of the property, perfect for settling down after a long day. To the rear of the property is a contemporary kitchen/dining area, with French doors opening out from the dining area onto the rear garden.
The first floor of the Eldwick boasts three double bedrooms and family bathroom, with the added privacy of an ensuite to the master bedroom.
Current homeowners searching to upgrade their current home can make use of the Part Exchange scheme, allowing them to part exchange their existing property for a brand new Lovell home to help smooth out the stress of taking the next steps onto the property ladder.
For those looking to take the first steps onto the property ladder, homes at The Oaks are also available to purchase using the Government backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme, allowing buyers to purchase their dream Lovell home with just a 5% deposit. The remaining amount is made up from a 20% equity loan and a 75% mortgage.
Situated in the picturesque village of Greylees, The Oaks is surrounded by many local amenities including a primary school, a shop, Sleaford Golf Course and Rauceby train station. Greylees is located on the outskirts of the popular Lincolnshire town of Sleaford, just off the A15.
For more information on the homes available at the development, call 01529 664 371 or visit https://www.lovell.co.uk/developments/the-oaks-greylees/.
You can also follow Lovell Homes on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lovellhomes/ and Twitter @Lovell_UK.
- Wednesday 21 August, 2019
- News Story
Around £10,000 will be required for sensory device
Several fundraising dates have been set as Grantham College’s Day Break centre aims to secure money for a sensory ‘magic’ carpet.
The Day Break team will be holding a car boot sale at Grantham train station on August 25 and a stall at the Urban Hotel on September 15.
In addition, there will be a Christmas disco on December 12 at the college, with ticket sales going towards the fundraising effort.
More dates are set to be revealed in due course.
Sarah Done, manager of the Day Break centre, explained: “A ‘magic’ carpet offers lots of engagement from simple, fun activities to challenging quizzes.
“The unit is adjustable and portable, so it allows for true inclusiveness for everyone. It is straightforward and accessible.”
The device, which would be placed in the Learning Development Centre within the college, is expected to cost £10,000.
Sarah accepts that raising the funds will require “lots of staff time and dedication”, but believes that her team can achieve their goal.
She added: “We would appreciate any help with fundraising ideas, and any donations would be kindly received.”
If you would like to contribute towards the Day Break centre’s effort to raise money for a ‘magic’ carpet, feel free to contact email@example.com call 01476 404331.
28 November – 30 December 2019
A magical mile-long trail, featuring incredible light installations and enchanting visitors with classical Christmas tunes, will transform the gardens at the National Trust’s Belton House.
Brought to you by events promoter Raymond Gubbay Limited, a division of Sony Music, and creative producer Culture Creative, this Christmas the tree-tops at Belton will glisten and the gardens will shimmer and sparkle for the very first time with this mesmerizing new illuminated trail.
It’s definitely the most wonderful time of the year to wander beneath historic tree canopies drenched in seasonal colour and dripping with shards of light, frosty snowflakes, stars and baubles.
As you walk through a towering Tunnel of Light festooned with over 100,000 pea-lights, the melodious voices of the Singing Trees can be heard in the distance. Step into the Laser Garden where dancing lines of light playfully bounce across the branches.
There are hidden surprises too – pause alongside the moonpool reflections and glimpse the sculptural Fire Garden as it flickers and crackles. The formal gardens spring to life with topiary trees lavishly draped in pea-lights that flicker in time to much-loved festive classics.
For the young ones in all of us there are traditional Victorian fairground rides* in the Estate Yard and don’t forget to catch a glimpse of Father Christmas and his elves.
Have a holly, jolly Christmas and complete your walk under the stars with spiced cider, mulled wine or hot chocolate. Gather around the fire-pit with family and friends to toast marshmallows*. Why not end the evening browsing Belton’s well-stocked National Trust gift shop and pick up some treats for the journey home?
What: Christmas at Belton – the magical, after-dark, illuminated trail
When: From 28 November – 30 December 2019
The festive trail is open on selected dates. For full details visit: christmasatbelton.com
Why Visit: Discover a new Christmas illuminated trail, set within the beautiful gardens of Belton House, created for all the family to enjoy.
Admission: Advanced from: Adult £17.50, Child £12, Family £56, Under 3’s & carers free
Celebrity chefs, cookery demonstrations, food and drink tasting and live entertainment are all part of the exciting programme of celebrations to mark the first anniversary of the Engine Yard development at Belvoir Castle on 31 August.
One year on since its launch, the £2.5 million artisan retail village has gone from strength to strength. The Engine Yard has become a popular community hub for the Vale of Belvoir, with around 70,000 cups of coffee consumed at The Fuel Tank since its opening. In the last 12 months, the number of retail units has also doubled.
Emma, Duchess of Rutland, says: “I’m overwhelmed with the success and popularity of the Engine Yard, it’s beyond what I ever imagined when we started developing the site back in 2014. It’s become an extremely popular location for people to enjoy coffee with family and friends, we’ve developed loyal customers and created somewhere the local community can be proud of in the heart of the Vale of Belvoir.
“There’s lots happening with the recent launch of The Balloon Bar, as well as new retailers B-Jewellery and Rowland Watson opening shops, and a busy events calendar keeps it a popular choice for visitors. There’s still plenty of scope for further development.”
On 31 August, visitors are invited to raise a glass and celebrate at the ‘Festival of Game’. The very best of British game will be showcased with Jose Souto, one of the leading game chefs in the UK, and Rachel Green, a farmer’s daughter from Lincolnshire and a passionate ambassador of British produce, giving live cookery demonstrations; fresh cooking produce available from resident butcher The Country Victualler and delicatessen Jorge Artisan Foods, plus country stall holders.
As well as live music and entertainment for families, visitors can take part in jewellery making workshops from B-Jewellery; indulge with mini treatments from Belvoir Casa and participate in yoga on the lawn. There will also be an outside bar and pizza oven in addition to the food and drink on offer in The Fuel Tank and Balloon Bar.
The Engine Yard site at Belvoir dates back to the early 1800s. The collection of former workshops once housed a cutting edge 20-ton beam engine to pump water from Holwell Spring in Woolsthorpe to supply the castle with fresh water. The technology soon fell into redundancy and the site was unoccupied until 2014 when the multi-million-pound redevelopment project began.
‘Festival of Game’ celebrations start from 10 am. For more information about the Engine Yard, visitwww.engineyardbelvoir.com.
Heritage Lincolnshire has announced a new course for this summer:
Food through the Ages with tutor Sadie Hirst is a 6 hour course, over one session and is free to new learners or £18 but concessions are available. Food through the ages
Food through the Ages
A lively and fascinating one day course, exploring history through the lens of food. The morning looks at food history from the Neolithic, Roman, Medieval and Tudor Periods. There will be a rare opportunity to view antiquarian cookbooks and handle pots and pans material culture from Sadie’s own personal collection.
Lunch includes tasters of what you will be making in your “hands on” historical cookery sessions in the afternoon. After lunch we go forward to the early 20th century to learn about Food of the British Army and Homefront during WW1, followed by a creative and fun afternoon recreating historic recipes for you to make and then cook at home.
This course will be held on July 16th, 10am – 4.30pm at the Old School, Heckington.
If you would like to attend please contact them for an enrolment form. Booking is essential and places on this practical course are limited.
Registered between 18-22 March 2019
You can click on the following link to view the forms and plans of any planning application. http://www.southkesteven.gov.uk/planningsearch
S18/1567 Little Ponton & Stroxton Removal of Condition 14 relating to noise mitigation measures at Grantham Southern Relief Road (S15/2101); Applicant: Lincolnshire County Council, Newland
S19/0255 Fulbeck Conversion of residential storage buildings into habitable accommodation including the installation of roof lights; Applicant: Mr Philip Wynn Beck Farm The Barn Beck Lane Fulbeck NG32 3JF
S19/0266 Horbling Internal alteration to create new opening between drawing room and sitting room Applicant: Mr & Mrs Levan Horbling Hall 1 Billingborough Road Horbling NG34 0PD
S19/0341 Grantham Change of use to D2. Priest Court, Unit 10 Caunt Road Grantham NG31 7FZ; Applicant: Mrs Amy Chipunza Imagination town 51 Sunningdale Grantham Lincolnshire NG31 9PF
S19/0491 Ancaster Erection of detached hobby building; Applicant: Mr R Shireby Norwood Rookery Lane Sudbrook Lincolnshire NG32 3RU
S19/0393 Hough On The Hill Discharge of Conditions of PP S16/1552 Applicant: Karen Johnson The Old Dairies Stubton Road Brandon NG32 2AX
S19/0403 & S19/0404 Fulbeck Erection of Balcony. Applicant: Mrs Sara Smith, Smith & British Ermine House, High Street Fulbeck NG32 3JT
S19/0420 Pickworth Extension to outhouse Applicant: Mr & Mrs W Robbs The Old Post Office Village Street Pickworth NG34 0TD
S19/0421 Castle Bytham Demolition of garage and entrance lobby, erection of garage and annexe room, side and rear extensions. Applicant: Mr J Ellis And Mrs C Lawson 5 Counthorpe Lane Castle Bytham NG33 4RF
S19/0431 Barrowby Approval of details required by Condition 8 (phasing plan) of S14/2953 on Land North Of 372-400 Dysart Road, Grantham; Applicant: Constable Homes C/o Anderson Construction Springfield Lodge Colchester Road Chelmsford CM25PW
S19/0445 Marston Approval of reserved matters relating to scale, appearance, landscaping and layout following grant of outline permission ref. S14/2472 at Wagtail Country Park Cliff Lane Marston NG32 2HU; Applicant: Mr J Cooke C/o Richmond House Main Street Long Bennington Newark NG23 5JR
S19/0458 Fulbeck Change of Use of Land to Storage of Materials and Siting of Open Storage Building.; Applicant: Mr D Balfe T Balfe Construction Limited Richmond House Brant Road Fulbeck NG32 3JZ
S19/0459 Barrowby Approval of details required by Condition 10 (construction management plan) of S14/2983 on Land North Of 372 – 400 Dysart Road Grantham Applicant: Constable Homes C/o Anderson Construction Springfield Lodge Colchester Road Chelmsford CM25PW
S19/0470 Grantham First floor extension over existing garage, two storey and single storey extension to rear and conversion of garage into habitable accommodation; Applicant: Mr Paul Dixon 129 Winchester Road Grantham NG31 8RN
S19/0518 Gunby & Stainby Demolition of outbuilding and erection of one and half storey garage/outbuilding; Applicant: Mr & Mrs McAlpine Brook House, Main Street Gunby NG33 5LF
S19/0519 Westborough & Dry Doddington Horse Chestnut Tree – reduce the tree branches by 1 to 2 meters all around and remove any dead wood Lime Tree – Lift crown so it is 5m from the ground, remove any dead wood, remove the lower branches that are under the electricity cable and thin the tree out by 20%. Applicant: Mr John Kerr Manor Farm Westborough Newark NG23 5HQ