They stated that they would “take necessary steps to ensure that there is sufficient treatment capacity”.
Huge plans for 280 new homes in Louth given go-ahead despite public outrage
“The impact of the development and this amendment will have fundamental impacts not only on local / neighbouring residents but also on the sustainability of the town itself,” she said.
Nicholas Janney of Blanchard Road in Louth also objected. He said: “In December 2013, I strongly objected to the previous application to develop the land off Legbourne Road, Louth as negatively impacting local residents, Louth and my property.
“I urge the planning office to reject this and future revised applications on this site.”
An Anglian Water report outlines that the area does not have the capacity to treat the flows of waste water from the new development.