Scunthorpe gym and fight club on Frodingham Road approved by planners
Planning permission has been granted for change of use of a Scunthorpe warehouse to a gym, fight club and internet cafe.
The building is at the rear of 142-144 Frodingham Road, near to Holy Souls' Church.
A report prepared for councillors attending the North Lincolnshire Council planning committee meeting at Scunthorpe Civic Centre said: "The site has been up and running for a considerable period now and has around 40 members per week visiting the gym.
"The use is compatible with a mixed residential/business area."
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When granting permission, the council imposed a condition that the building shall be soundproofed to an agreed level.
Hours of opening are also restricted to 9am to 9pm (Monday to Friday) and 9am to 6pm (weekends and bank holidays).
The facility is known as Section 18.
Other matters discussed by the planning committee at its October meeting included:
BONBY: An application from Wilson Farms for outline permission to erect a 500 cow dairy unit, with a range of buildings, and a slurry/dirty water store on land near Hall Farm, Middlegate Lane, was deferred and a decision will now be made at a future meeting. This scheme is considered by the council to be of significant public interest.
SCUNTHORPE: Permission was granted to erect a two-storey side extension to 43 Malvern Road - following a site visit undertaken by members of the planning committee. Councillor Stuart Wilson (Scunthorpe) said there were concerns about loss of light to a neighbouring property.
GOXHILL:Permission was granted to erect a detached dwelling with integral garage on land adjacent to Chapel House, North End.
MESSINGHAM: Planning permission to erect a three-bedroom detached replacement dwelling, including the demolition of an existing dwelling, was granted for a on the site of Priesthows, Butterwick Road.
WEST BUTTERWICK: Planning permission to erect a dwelling on land adjacent to 62 North Street was refused - this being deemed outside the development boundary of the village.