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Pudding Pie homes resubmitted as bungalows could hold key to getting approval

Posted on - 3rd March, 2016 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Business, Grimsargh, Housing, News
Aerial view of the proposed homes and on the right the entrance from Whittingham Lane Pic: Google

Aerial view of the proposed homes and on the right the entrance from Whittingham Lane Pic: Google

Building bungalows is the answer to getting a previously rejected mini housing estate past city planners, according to developers.

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Pudding Pie Nook Lane in Goosnargh has seen controversial plans for 24 homes resubmitted.

PWA Planning, acting on behalf of Mr Falagoza, has applied for permission to build on farmland off Whittingham Lane.

A previous plan for 26 homes was refused by councillors in August 2015.

The new plans, which are applied for in outline permission, split the development into one third bungalows, one third affordable homes and one third starter homes.

PWA also state their have addresses access to the site, which was raised as an issue last summer.

The land sits behind a garden centre in a rural area of Preston.

The full plans are available to view on the city council website, and anyone wishing to comment can do so there.

Or by emailing devcon@preston.gov.uk quoting reference 06/2016/0124 by Wednesday 16 March.

Do you live in the area? What do you think of the plans? Let us know in the comments below

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