Planning application: P/22/056/COU
PROPOSAL: Application for a change of use of land for the siting of a mobile hot food takeaway unit, known as Lily's and serving Thai cuisine with associated Land Rover (with generator).
THIS APPLICATION IS TO BE DETERMINED AT FULL COUNCIL ON THURSDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2022. THE MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE AT 09:30 AM IN THE OLD WESLEYAN CHAPEL, GARRISON LANE ON ST MARY'S
THE PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO ATTEND BUT NOT PERMITTED TO SPEAK.
AHEAD OF FULL COUNCIL MEMBERS WILL BE CARRYING OUT A SITE VISIT AT 05:30PM ON WEDNESDAY 5TH OCTOBER 2022. THE VISIT IS WEATHER-DEPENDENT. THE PUBLIC ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE THE SITE VISIT.
***We are receiving a high volume of representations for this planning application. As a result, it may take a few days for them to be processed and appear on this page. Thank You.***
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If you wish to comment on an application, you can do so in writing to the Planning Officer by email or by letter to the address below. YOU WILL NEED TO INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS. ANONYMOUS REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED. Please note that postal communication may currently experience slight delays. Hard copies of the plans are currently unavailable to view in person however please call the Planning Department on 01720 424455 and leave a message if you are unable to view plans electronically or wish to ask any questions about the application and we will get back to you to discuss.
Council of the Isles of Scilly
Isles of Scilly
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