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Newark and Sherwood District Council planning committee to consider application for signs on Air and Space Institute building and car park





Plans to put up signs for Newark’s new Air and Space Institute are set to be considered by councillors.

An application for advertising consent for signs on the building and in the carpark of the ASI site has been submitted by Lincoln College Group, and will be considered by Newark and Sherwood District Council’s planning committee at its meeting on February 15.

The proposed signs include:

Plans for signs on the ASI building and site. Credit: Stem Architects Ltd/ Lincoln College Group
Plans for signs on the ASI building and site. Credit: Stem Architects Ltd/ Lincoln College Group

• A 2.85m by 1m non-illuminated, aluminium panel, standing at 1.8m high, on the boundary with Great North Road.

• A white, non-illuminated, circular 1.7m diameter sign on the front of the site, adjacent to the boundary with Great North Road.

• Internally illuminated totem signs adjacent to car park entrance and exit.

• An internally illuminated 2.2m by 0.7m freestanding pillar sign adjacent building entrance.

• An internally illuminated white and grey 3.65m by 3m wall sign on the building frontage.

• Internally illuminated lettering over the hanger covering an area of 8.81m by 2.05m.

• Coloured vinyl applied internally to glazing on the reception entrance, and a small acrylic wall-mounted panel adjacent to the entry.

• A 2m diameter internally illuminated, white, circular wall sign on the wall above the reception entrance.

The application has been recommended for approval by officers, subject to it not impacting on any planned trees on the site.

It has faced no objection from the highways authority or conservation officer, and has been supported by Newark Business Club.

Newark Town Council also had no objections when the application was considered at its planning meeting on Wednesday (February 7).

The application is to be brought before the committee due to Newark and Sherwood District Council’s interest in the land.



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