Caistor Town Council

Threat to suspend Brigg Road homes meeting

Caistor Town Council last night (Thursday, June 16, 2016) voted overwhelmingly to reject an outline planning permission for 69 homes on land off Brigg Road in Caistor. The town council was formulating its response to the application, to be taken into account by the planning department of West Lindsey District Council when deciding the application. Tempers […]

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Scheme for young people to be extended

Caistor Town Council has voted to extend a scheme for young people, despite acknowledging that take-up so far has been “abysmal”. Councillors on Thursday (June 9, 2016) agreed to extend the All About You scheme by another six months after hearing that it was funded by a national organisation and that there was still £11,000 […]

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Pc Bell to move work role to Market Rasen

Caistor policeman Pc Chris Bell is to switch work roles with an officer in Market Rasen – so that he can fight more crime. Pc Bell delivered the news in person at Caistor Town Council’s monthly meeting on Thursday night (June 9, 2016). “There is not much change in anything (over the past month),” said Pc […]

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Special meeting to discuss Brigg Road homes plan

A special meeting has been called to discuss an amended outline planning application for homes off Brigg Road. Caistor Town Council will hold the meeting next week, on Thursday, June 16, 2016, after running out of time to discuss the plans at last night’s (June 9) monthly planning meeting. The new outline application is for 69 […]

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Mayor to continue for second year

Caistor Mayor Carol Mackenzie is to continue in her role for another year, a meeting decided last night (Thursday, May 12, 2016). The Mayor was nominated by Cllr Alan Caine and was unopposed at a meeting of Caistor Town Council. There was a close contest between Cllr Alan Somerscales and Cllr Mike Stopper for the […]

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Town’s progress during year reported at meeting

Twenty six people braved the snowy weather in Caistor last night (Wednesday, April 27, 2016) to attend the town’s annual meeting. The turnout was lower than some had expected, although the number of seats provided proved an uncannily accurate guess. The issue of an outline planning application for 72-homes off Brigg Road also received much less […]

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Waterhills: Facebook comments sent to planners

Screen-grabs of comments written by Caistor residents on Facebook have been forwarded to planners amid concerns about how the Yes vote in the Neighbourhood Plan referendum might be perceived. The Caistor Citizen wrote to planners earlier this week regarding an outline application to build 72 homes off Brigg Road. Its concerns are about representation, rather than the […]

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Consultation opens today on Central Lincolnshire Plan

A district councillor has pleaded with Caistor residents to make their views known about future development earmarked for the town. West Lindsey District Councillor Owen Bierley has stressed that decisions will now be made by an independent examiner, not by local planning officials. Cllr Bierley was speaking at the April monthly meeting of Caistor Town […]

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Council round-up: March 2016

Cemetery fees in Caistor are to rise by 2%, town councillors have agreed. The price rise was agreed at Caistor Town Council’s last monthly meeting on Thursday, March 10, 2016. Councillors also agreed to increase the market rents from £5.50 a pitch to £5.75. Other council news: Wind turbine: The Secretary of State has refused […]

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Relief road “still worth fighting for”

Caistor should still be making the case for a Western Relief Road to be built, town councillors were told at their last meeting (Thursday, March 10, 2016). Owen Bierley, who is West Lindsey District Councillor for Keelby and Caistor, has raised the issue of the relief road several times during the past year while discussing the […]

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