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Woodplumpton parish council calls meeting to discuss Garden City plan

Posted on - 2nd February, 2014 - 2:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Central Lancashire Development Plan, Housing, Preston News, Woodplumpton
Some scenes in the masterplan of what green spaces would be provided alongside the homes

Some scenes in the masterplan of what green spaces would be provided alongside the homes

A parish council in the North West of Preston has called an emergency meeting to discuss proposals to build thousands of homes in the area.

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Woodplumpton Parish Council will meet at an extraordinary meeting on Monday.

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The North West Preston masterplan, branded as creating a Garden City in the area, could see up to 5,300 homes built over the coming decades.

Parish councillors will discuss the plan and consider their response to the proposals.

The meeting is at Woodplumpton Parish Rooms at the rear of St Anne’s Church from 7pm on Monday.

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Members of the public are welcome to attend.

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