Neil Darby

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Archive for the ‘Planning’ Category

Brickworks Development Moving Forward

by neildarby on 6 January, 2015

Cottam Hall Properties, the developer behind the £80 million site at Cottam Brickworks is to unveil new plans for the scheme, responding to Preston’s emerging Local Plan, at a public consultation event on January 15, 2015. The public consultation will be held at St Margaret’s Church, off Tag Lane, 1A St Margaret’s Close, Ingol. The plans […]

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Ingol Golf Course – Update

by neildarby on 10 December, 2014

On 29 September, Preston’s Planning Committee threw out the plan to build 164 houses on the golf course, between New Rough Hey, The Avenue and Sheraton Park, after a strong case for rejection had been put by Councillor Pauline Brown. The grounds for rejection were that the Planning Committee believed the development would result in […]

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“It is planned that most people in Lancashire should be able to receive superfast broadband in the next few years but there are serious planning concerns” says County Cllr Bill Winlow, who strongly supports the need for superfast broadband. According to todays Daily Telegraph, MPs will debate proposals this week that will make it easier for […]

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Yesterday Lancashire County Council gave unanimous support to a Liberal Democrat motion on Fracking. “We were delighted to get our motion on Fracking, seconded by Chris Coates from the Green Party, through Lancashire County Council with unanimous support, albeit with a common sense amendment from the Conservatives”, says CountyCouncillor Bill Winlow, Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group on LCC who […]

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A Great Record of Action in Tulketh

by neildarby on 19 April, 2011

You said: “We want a tidy community!” We have all seen parts of our local community which desperately need cleaning. Whether it is pavements covered in dog mess or back alleys filled with fly tipping, it looks terrible and shows no pride or respect in our local area. We launched the Tidy Tulketh campaign We […]

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