A NEW public inquiry date has been set into rejected plans to construct hundreds of homes on Horwich Golf Course.
This follows an enchantment lodged by Peel Investments (North) Ltd and Northstone Development Ltd after their plans to construct 276 and 150 homes with ‘an area of ecological and recreational greenspace’ on land off Victoria Road, Horwich, together with the golf course, had been rejected by the borough’s planning committee.
A planning inspector appointed by the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, Robert Jenrick, will maintain a digital inquiry on June 28 at 10am to listen to the candidates enchantment.
The inspector will both agree with the council’s determination and uphold the choice to reject the plans, or aspect with the builders, overriding the council’s determination, enabling plans to go forward.
Homebuilder Northstone, a subsidiary of Peel Holdings, proposed the event for 150 homes, which was refused by Bolton Council’s planning committee in December.
Plans for an extra 276 homes on the location, submitted instantly by Peel Holdings, had been then rejected by the council in January of this yr.
Previous plans for 300 homes on the web site had been additionally thrown out by the council.
Each time the plans had been rejected was as a consequence of concern on the influence the developments would have on the inexperienced area in Horwich.
The plans, which had been advisable for approval by council officers, confronted huge opposition, with 430 letters of objection and Horwich Town Council, native borough councillors and MP Chris Green all saying the plans had been inappropriate for Horwich.
The course has ‘protected open space’ standing, however the Government has beforehand overturned city corridor makes an attempt to dam constructing on comparable land in Blackrod and Westhoughton.
To attend the digital inquiry, electronic mail [email protected]
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