Several buildings and patches of land around the region have been left undeveloped and derelict after being unoccupied for years. Here, Scunthorpe Telegraph reporter DAVID ELLIOTT looks at some of the region's worst eyesores.
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Planning permission was granted in November 2010 for 14 new houes in the derelict Ashby car park
Felicity's Flowers, High Street, Crowle: Planning permission was granted in March to develop the site in to a two bedroomed flat. Permission was granted to Redmen Properties in Lutterworth to develop the site
St Phillips Club & Institute, Sheffield Street, Scunthorpe: In May 2008, plans to demolish the club and replace it with 19 one bedroom flats were withdrawn. In September 2008, planning permission was granted to build a block of four terraced two-bedroomed houses and six apartments. A linked application to replace the 2008 plan was then submitted in 2011 and passed
Vacant bungalow, High Street, Belton: A house that was torched by arsonists in March 2011 remains vacant. The house had been vacant for six weeks prior to the blaze. The owner of the freehold of the property is not known
Buccaneer restaurant, Oswald Road, Scunthorpe: The building has stood empty since 2007. Opened in 1962, the building was sold to current owners, the Mappouras family. The former recruitment services business next door is up for rent with Paul Fox for £11,000 a year
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