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Decision deferred on house plan


PLANNING chiefs have put off a decision on a plan to build a detached house in Hurst Mill Lane, Glazebury.
The scheme, which involves land currently occupied by a cluster of three garages, would entail demolition of the garages and construction of a four bedroomed detached house.
Objections have been received from three neighbours and from Culcheth and Glazebury Parish Council.
As a result, the borough council’s development management committee decided to visit the site before making a decision.
Neighbours objections related to asbestos which could exist within the garages, problems caused by Japanese Knotweed on the site, highway safety, a lack of adequate parking, flooding, tree preservation orders and the possibility of damage being cause to Hurst Mill Lane – an unadopted road.
The parish council is concerned about the wider impact on dwellings and land to the south and on existing watercourses, ecology, Japanese knotweed and parking issues.


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