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05/10/2015

Appeal: 48 homes approved for North West Preston Strategic Location

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A 48-home development has been approved for Cottam, Preston, which will form part of a major residential-led, mixed-use development including about 5,300 dwellings.

Preston City Council originally refused the proposal because of concerns about the effect of the development on the highway safety of a main access road.

Inspector S Ashworth noted that the appeal site was a late addition to the North West Preston Strategic Location (NWPSL), so provisions had not been made for certain key access routes. It was also noted that intervening land owned by a t.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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