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Beauty salon and holiday lets plan for Sutterton restaurant site





A restaurant and caravan site has applied to operate a beauty salon and two holiday lets within its grounds.

The Thatched Cottage hopes to get the green light for the three cabins in Sutterton, adding that access to an adjacent burial ground will remain clear.

Plans are to site the three units around a pond on existing woodland to the rear of the Pools Lane restaurant.

The Thatched Cottage in Sutterton. Photo: Google
The Thatched Cottage in Sutterton. Photo: Google

The application also includes a new access track and wall around an existing pond.

“The site proposals are positioned on land at the rear of the Thatched Cottage restaurant, in between the restaurant at the front of the site and the burial ground at the rear and around one of the two existing ponds and established woodlands,” the supporting statement by agent LPC Architectural Design on behalf of applicant Mr M. Chambers explained.

“The proposals as an extension to the existing caravan site can only be a benefit to the local and wider infrastructure and communities, by bringing people to the area and improving additional amenity for local residents by nature of the beauty salon.”

An impression of how the cabins will look
An impression of how the cabins will look

Plans submitted to Boston Borough Council are for three identical cabins on the campsite.

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The two holiday lets propose to have a lounge/kitchen/dining area, bathroom and two double bedrooms, one with an en suite.

An internal plan of the cabin
An internal plan of the cabin

The beauty suite will include a reception/waiting area, bathroom, kitchen and two massage rooms.

The supporting statement added that measures will be in place to curb noise.

“A ‘zero-tolerance policy will be taken on any excessive and unnecessary noise that may disturb local residents, or non obeyance towards the site’s 10mph speed limit and no parking areas,” it added.

A plan of how the units will be sited
A plan of how the units will be sited

“Anyone not adhering to those rules will be asked to leave the site with immediate effect.”

The Thatched Cottage added it intended to continue working with funeral service ‘to ensure access remains clear at times during a sensitive visit’.

“All funeral bookings will be confirmed in writing to the Thatched Cottage prior so arrangements and measures can be made to assure there are no issues to access,” the statement added.



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