Liverpool news Council accused of 'hiding' objections to huge new development PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - But the local authority says all comments will be published in due course

Liverpool news Council accused of 'hiding' objections to huge new development PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - But the local authority says all comments will be published in due course

Liverpool news  Council accused of 'hiding' objections to huge new development PremierLeague-News.Com
07 April 2021 - 10:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Dozens of people have said the objections they’ve lodged against a huge new housing development have “gone missing”. Some complaints and concerns raised over Castle Green and Forth Homes’ plans to build 206 homes off Holgate in Thornton are yet to have been made public on Sefton Council’s planning portal, despite having been made over a month ago. The council, however, says all comments will appear “in due course”. Mike Chambers told the ECHO : “I submitted my application over a month ago, as did tens of others I know, and they’re not there. I can understand that things take time but there are more recent ones on [the planning portal]. “It’s important a clear picture is being painted.” Currently, there are more than 200 objections to the development published on the council’s website – as well as a petition signed by 245 people. Concerns raised include “too much traffic” and a lack of schools and GP surgeries nearby. Keep up to date with local news in your area by entering your postcode below: Rachael Horobin, who lives in Thornton, said: “I submitted an objection two weeks ago, other comments since then have been processed. “I am concerned as I made various points to back up what I was saying, and it looks like the whole thing has disappeared.” Read More Related Articles Paedophile blamed his innocent brothers for sick sex chats with 'girls' Sefton Council says all comments, objections and supporting statements will be taken into account by its planning committee.

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. Read More Related Articles Eight signs that show you could already have had coronavirus “Our officers receive these comments both physically and electronically, meaning there is sometimes a discrepancy in the time it takes for these comments to appear on our dedicated planning portal. “We would ask that commenters remain patient and their representations will appear on our planning portal in due course.” If approved, the new homes, along with private car parking and landscaping in the development, would be built on the area currently occupied by Orchard Farm. According to the plans, the farm is set to be demolished. Read More Related Articles All the Liverpool Echo newsletters you could be reading Read More Related Articles The Liverpool Echo has a free app and here's how to download it A report attached to the plans said the site is in an appealing location, with a large number of amenities for future residents. The report said “Overall, it has been demonstrated that the site is highly accessible with very good access to education, shops, public transport, healthcare and leisure/recreation facilities. “It represents a sustainable location for the proposed development, and which has already been established through its allocation for housing in the Sefton development plan.” Under the plans, there would be 68 two bedroom, 87 three bedroom and 51 four bedroom homes, all comprising a mix of detached and semi-detached. The scheme is expected to be decided upon by Sefton’s planning committee in the near future.

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