THRUPP LANE PLANNING ISSUES


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A decision is still pending on an application by J. Curtis & Sons Ltd to extend their temporary industrial permissions on their Thrupp Lane site for a further 5 years. The application was submitted in August 2016. FRL has objected to this application on traffic grounds.

Roger Thomas, Chairman


Saturday 1 April 2017 -


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