Main Street, Everingham - Town and Country Planning Notice
What is planned?
EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
a) Erection of single storey extension to rear following the
demolition of an existing conservatory at
4 Highfield Cottages Main Street Everingham YO42 4JG
b) Erection of an open sided timber framed shelter to rear
and erection of three lighting posts and festoon lighting at
Griffin Inn 74 Market Place Market Weighton YO43 3AW
c) Change of use of land for the siting of three holiday
lodges with associated landscaping, erection of a staff/
office building and increase size of pond (Revised Scheme
of 22/01976/PLF) at land north east of The Reas
York Road Barmby Moor (Ref: 23/01542/PLF)
Proposals (a,b) are each within a Conservation Area
designated under Section 69 of the Planning (Listed
Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.
Proposal (b) affects the setting of a Listed Building
under Section 1 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and
Conservation Areas) Act 1990.
Proposal (c) is a major development.
If you wish to view the applications electronically logon
to https://newplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.uk/ and
enter the application number. You can make comments
electronically using the feedback option on the above
website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guidance notes on making comments and the right to
speak are also available on the above website or on request.
If you have any comments or wish to lodge objections in
respect of the proposal these must be received by
19 July 2023.
You can visit any of the council’s libraries where facilities
are available for you to view planning applications. If you
decide to visit the library, the details of reference number,
address and postcode set out above will be required to
enable you to view the application. A member of the library
staff will be able to assist you if required. If, as a result
of your visit, there are any questions that have not been
resolved, contact the Planning Office, tel (01482) 393647.
Please note by virtue of the provisions of the Local
Government Act 1972, anyone may be entitled to read and
obtain a copy of any representations you make.
Director of Planning & Development Management