April 26, 2012 2.40 pm This story is over 113 months old

Plans for restaurant development approved

New restaurant: Plans to add a restaurant to a proposed housing estate have been approved by the City Council.

Outline plans of the single-storey restaurant

Plans to build a restaurant in a developing housing area of uphill Lincoln have been approved by the City of Lincoln Council.

The restaurant, which will be built on Flavian Road, will be single-storey building, near an upcoming housing development on Nettleham marshland.

The building will mainly be made from aluminium framed glazed panels and doors, with two areas for signage and a box canopy above the door for downlighting.

A site visit earlier in the month concluded that the Planning Committee should approve the plans, with conditions.

The 13 conditions include developing the plans within three years, more details regarding fume extraction and landscaping, monitoring the situation regarding wildlife such as water voles during construction and measure in contamination is found during the erection of the building.

The report found: “The proposed building will not be harmful to visual amenity or residential amenity.

“The use of appropriate conditions will ensure that the development will not be harmful to the ecology of the area.

“The negotiated layout ensures that the site as a whole will be integrated with future development sites and therefore the development is in accordance with […] the City of Lincoln Local Plan and the National Planning Policy Framework.”

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