Homes being built as the first in a development of hundreds of new homes on the former Ingol Golf Club have been approved.Advertisement
Preston North End owner Trevor Hemmings is wanting to build 450 new homes in developments across the area previously used by the golf course.
The development also includes proposals for a new state-of-the-art training complex for Preston North End.
Land off Wynchnor has been identified as the first phase to see 45 new homes built and workmen have already moved in.
Seven objections were raised to the scheme by homeowners, as well as objections from the local flood authority.
Planning officers at Preston City Council recommended the reserved matters application, which gives detail on the already approved plans for the site, for approval.
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Councillors during the city council planning committee meeting on Thursday 25 April voted it through, apart from Cadley councillor John Potter who voted against. Conservative leader councillor Sue Whittam abstained from the vote.
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