Globe was recently asked to provide a client with an update on the housing planning policy position on the East Lindsey coastline. The short commentary we offered may be of wider interest.
“In essence the draft approach advocated in the East Lindsey District Council Core Strategy was that of maintaining a stable population for the coast. As a consequence and mindful of existing housing commitments (including planning permissions already granted) there was no apparent intention to allocate further in Skegness and only limited allocations for other identified parts of the coast. From memory the intention was for only 1600 new dwellings on the coast over the full plan period (until 2028).