NJL Consulting have submitted a detailed planning application, on behalf of Fylde Coast Academy Trust, for a new academy school within Blackpool for up to 1,280 pupils aged 2-16 years, Armfield Academy.
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An outline planning application for up to 58 homes to be built in the village of Caldecote in Cambridgeshire has been submitted to South Cambridgeshire District Council on behalf of Welbeck Strategic Land and the landowners. NJL Consulting’s Manchester office was instructed byWelbeck as the sole planners on the development in Caldecote.
The proposed homes, 40 per cent of which will be affordable housing, will provide a range of detached and semi-detached family homes close to the centre of the village. In advance of the submission of the application to South Cambridgeshire District Council, NJL Consulting worked alongside SP Broadway, a PR Company specialising in planning and development, to promote the proposals within the local community and understand the needs and aspirations of Caldecote and its residents.
The long-awaited Draft Greater Manchester Spatial Framework is due to be approved for consultation a week today.
The draft document has been published in the agenda to the joint meeting of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and AGMA Executive Board on Friday 28th October. At the meeting, it is anticipated that members will approve the publication of the document for consultation between 31st October and 23rd December.
On behalf of Cashco UK Ltd, NJL Consulting have submitted a full planning application to Lambeth Council, for the redevelopment of a brownfield site to provide 8 dwellings. The site is currently occupied by a cash and carry and associated storage buildings and parking areas. The cash and carry business is in the process of relocating a larger, more suitable site within Lambeth in the near future, which NJL are also advising on.
NJL has submitted a full planning application on behalf of Bloor Homes for a residential development of 124 dwellings in Burscough, West Lancashire. The development will provide a range of house types, including detached, semi-detached and terraced homes which will cater for the needs of residents at all stages of life, creating an attractive development and sustainable community. The development also includes large areas of open space and children’s play equipment and the scheme will provide an attractive extension to the settlement of Burscough on a site identified by the Council as suitable for future development.
Cheshire East Council Cabinet have, this afternoon, resolved to endorse the additional evidence and the suggested revisions to the submitted Plan to allow for its publication, additional stakeholder engagement, and submission to the Inspector.
The additional evidence and suggested revisions were unanimously endorsed by Cabinet and as such the additional information will be submitted to the Inspector at the end of July with the examination resuming on 1st August 2015. However, the Hearings are not expected to take place, should the Inspector consider this the appropriate course of action, until late autumn.