The proposed use of Fort Paull as a site for touring caravans is likely to be currently popular due to present foreign travel restrictions.
A NEW HOUSING development proposed for Paull and the subject of a planning application has generated strong opposition. The proposed demolition of the Crown Inn has proved a sticking point.
THE APPLICATION to use the former Hedon post office on Market Place as a delicatessen (Class E) and hot food takeaway has been approved.
A PLANNING APPLICATION proposes building ten new dwellings in Paull following the demolition of the Crown Inn.
THE FORMER Hedon Post Office is the subject of a new planning application. Permission is sought for a change of use of the building to a hot food carvery and delicatessen.
ERYC PLANNING COMMITTEE approved the first steps yesterday towards the eventual development of the Humber International Enterprise Park.
Has adequate public consultation on the proposed development taken place? The planning committee deferred the application to allow time for statutory comments to be submitted, but also time for more public engagement to take place. The quality of the consultation was raised in the presentations.
A pre-Planning Committee presentation takes place today (Mon 15 March) at 2 pm regarding the proposed Hedon Haven development. Associated British Ports (ABP) aims to build the Humber International Enterprise Park on the Hedon Haven.
FORMAL DEBATE on the proposal to construct the Humber International Enterprise Park on the Hedon Haven reach the final stages next week. A pre-planning committee presentation will take place Monday 15 March and the Planning Committee on Thursday 18 March. Both start at 2 pm and will be remote access meetings. Both will be streamed live on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council YouTube channel.
THE BUDGET yesterday announced the creation of eight new English Freeports one of which will be based in the Humber. Humber Freeport status will have ramifications for the local area.
The two consultation sessions last night, saw a 4-strong team from ABP present the case. Pre-booked speakers took turns to have their say.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Planning Committee has approved planning permission to build a new crematorium to be called “Lelley Fields” in Holderness.