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18/01/2022

Called in: Pincher rules on Lincolnshire holiday accommodation schemes

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Two called-in applications for holiday accommodation on the Lincolnshire coast have been refused by the government after they were found to be in high-risk areas for tidal flooding, although ministers have given a stay of execution to another scheme.

LOCATIONSHill View Caravan Park, Skegness Road, Hogsthorpe; Skegness PE24 5NR; Willow Tree Farm, Brickyard Lane, Sutton on Sea, LN12 2RN; Skegness Water Leisure Park, Wall’s Lane, Ingoldmells, Skegness PE251JFAUTHORITYEast Lindsey District CouncilINSPECTORI JenkinsPROCEDURERecovered appealsDECISIONSplit decisionREFERENCEAPP/D2510/V/20/3262525; APP/D2510/V/20/3262551;C. APP/D2510/V/20/3262549The........
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