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Futuristic house plan given the go-ahead on airfield site


PLANNING chiefs at Warrington  have given the go-ahead for construction of a futuristic house with an underground car storage facility on the former Stretton airfield.
Members of the borough council’s development management committee approved the scheme despite opposition from Appleton, Stretton and Antrobus parish councils.
The application by Duncan Cameron involves land on the former wartime airfield.
It had already been the subject of a public exhibition at Appleton last year when local residents and councillors were invited to see the plans and hear about the proposals.
It is stressed that the scheme had been developed on behalf of a private individual and was solely for private use. There would be a single access via Crowley Lane.
The scheme would include improved ecology habitats, including new species rich grassland, broadleaved woodland and wildlife ponds and perimeter screening around the site.
An underground car storage facility would accommodate about 50 vehicles.
But it was for private use only and the public would not be admitted


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