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24 Acre Northfields Park Retail And Industrial Development Plans Announced

May 16th 2023

ELDC offices in Horncastle.
Plans will be decided at East Lindsey District Council.

Developers Bride Hall have announced plans for a 24 acre development to the North of Louth, off the A16 and near the industrial estate, that they are calling Northfields Park. Plans include a Tesco store, a Costa, a petrol station, car parking, a number of industrial units, and 4 acres of green space.

Visit the Northfields Park site for more details.

Public exhibition

There will be a public exhibition of the plans on Wednesday 17th May 2023 from 3pm to 7.30pm at Louth Town Hall in Eastgate.

It's important to note that this is the developer's pre-consultation: they will take feedback from this and revise or confirm their plans before submitting them to the council.

East Lindsey District Council will ultimately decide whether to grant planning permission for this application. So if you want them to take account of your views, you will need to send them in to the council directly, referencing the application.

At the time of writing there is an application for the Northfields site, but this is only an Environmental Impact Assessment, so it doesn't include all of the details of a full planning application. However, it does have a Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment and a Transport Assessment. You can look at these by going to East Lindsey's Planning Portal and searching for N/105/00993/23.

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