Deadline looms for comments on new Preston housing plans

Posted on - 12th December, 2011 - 10:48am | Author - | Posted in - Central Lancashire Development Plan, Housing, Preston News, Redevelopment

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Tomorrow is the final day for residents across Preston to have their say on where 22,000 new homes could be built in the area.

Preston, South Ribble and Chorley needs to build new homes by 2026 to meet its exploding population and planners want your views on where these new homes could go.

View a map showing the proposed sites

View Potential housing development sites in and around Preston in a larger map

The major sites are at Cottam, the north of Preston and south between Penwortham and Lostock Hall. The majority of sites will be built on greenfield land.

Local councils are being urged to think regionally for how to deal with the demand for new housing, and this guest post from Michael Wellock from Kirkwells Town Planning called on town halls not to ignore the Central Lancashire strategy.

The plans are available at, and all comments on the plan can be made by email to or in writing to Freepost, Central Lancashire LDF. You must write to them by 5pm on 13th December 2011. Any comments made will be made public, and only your name will be published.

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