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Planning applications this week

Victoria Ward only

66 Coronation Road Crosby Liverpool L23 5RQ Reference:   DC/2018/01133

Proposal:     Erection of a single storey extension to the rear of the property following the demolition of the existing extension and alterations to the shop front

26 Warwick Avenue Crosby Liverpool L23 3BS  Reference:   DC/2018/01219

roposal:     Erection of a single storey extension to the side and rear of the dwellinghouse (alternative to DC/2017/01162 granted 07/09/17)

28 Morningside Crosby Liverpool L23 0UW  Reference:   DC/2018/01264

Proposal:     Certificate of lawfulness for the proposed erection of a single storey extension to the rear of the dwellinghouse

3 Highfield Grove Crosby Liverpool L23 9TD  Reference:   DC/2018/01277

Proposal:     Erection of a two storey extension to the side and a dormer extension incorporating a juilete balcony to the  rear of the dwellinghouse

 

 
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Posted by on July 7, 2018 in Planning

 

Planning Committee agenda

chinese chef site planI have just received the agenda for the Planning Committee meeting 18:30 13th August at Bootle Town Hall. There is nothing in Victoria Ward or Crosby area.

I was expecting the application for a development on Musker Street at the former asian food plant  but this will now be heard at the meeting at Southport Town Hall on September 17th 18:30.

 

Musker Street, planning application, 29 houses

20140324_125351Yet another major planning application in Victoria Ward. The former Asian food packaging plant on Musker Street L23 0UB. DC/2014/01124. This is for 29 new dwellings with access via the new Bellway/ Hawthorn Estate and the Northern Road. The plan includes a shared surface scheme which is contrary to the unanimously resolved views of the members of Sefton Council. If the scheme were to be approved then I will be asking that a conventional 60mm raised paving scheme is included on at least one side of the street to enable safe access Children, blind, disabled people with special needs and older people. The photo shows a typically failed shared surface scheme in the adjacent Bellway site.

 

 

Moor Lane Public engagement event

Public Engagement Event

Crosby residents and businesses are being encouraged to attend the first public engagement event on Saturday, July 12 (10am-4pm), in the former Lloyds Pharmacy unit, Moor Lane, Crosby.

The public engagement process will capture the views and suggestions of residents and the wider Crosby community and allow people to convey their ideas and discuss the future vision of Crosby.

Sefton Council and the consultants will also be on hand to discuss the current progress of the investment strategy to date.

For more information please contact Crosby@nexusplanning.co.uk

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Moor Lane, McCarthy Stone Development

McCarthy Stone have applied (DC/2014/00662) to erect a three storey development of 46 retirement flats after demolition of the existing buildings at the top of Moor lane shops between the roundabout and Home Bargains.
moor lane development

 

Kershaw Avenue – dispute over boundary wall

Residents in Kershaw Avenue off Enbutt Lane have notified me that they have heard that the developer of the new Hawthorne estate off The Northern Road is intending to change the agreed design of the Boundary Fence.

An extract from the original Architect’s plan is below.

I understand that the developer would have to submit an planning application to amend the design. I spoke to Planning Officers and Planning Monitoring Officers have visited today. I await a response and will post here.

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Original application from Oct 2011. s/2011/1338 . Outline permission granted in 2005 S/2005/0688

 

Brompton Ave, Church Hall. Application Deferred

After visiting the site, hearing briefs from officers and at the meeting, hearing oral submissions from the petitioners and the applicant,  the  Planning Committee decided to defer the application DC/2014/0087. Two of the Gardens described in the application contravene the minimum size allowed in the regulations and therefore reduced amenity. A number of other issues troubled members. Officers will have discussions with the developer.

Councillor and officers are aware that there is both opposition and support among local residents.

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