All Redrow Planning documents here
Our Starter for 10 to help supporters send in objections
Our latest Flyer with details of how to object
Useful blog on How to Object to Planning Applications.
“The Mayor has no role in the determination of planning applications, which is a non-executive function”. Statement to us from Planning Director David Hughes (30th Jan). Mayor Joe Anderson may well oppose the tree loss, but Redrow’s planning application for Sefton Park Meadows (Land at Park Avenue) is still going ahead, and public objections need to be submitted, as advertised, by 19th Feb.
We had confirmation from David Hughes, Head of Planning at Liverpool City Council, as follows:
“.. Redrow have informed me (29/01/2015) that they will be making amendments to the planning application 15F/0110. They informed me they will be submitting an amended proposal for the Planning Authority’s consideration.
Please note when we receive the amendments they will be fully re-consulted upon with internal and external consultees to allow all interested parties an opportunity to submit further representation. Given the timescale implications, Redrow have also agreed to an extension of time on the application and I await a revised timescale from them.”
PLEASE CONTINUE TO SEND IN YOUR OBJECTIONS TO REDROW’S DEVELOPMENT. See previous Post ‘Briefings 2’ for all details on how to object, who to send to and helpful points you may want to include. We have no details of any new timescales so please stick to the 19th Feb deadline. The Public Notice in the Liverpool Echo was published as expected on Thurs 29th Jan, giving 3 weeks for objections.
It is also important to include that you want to be consulted on any new amendments or a new application that Redrow may make. The Council will then have to send you details of these once they are available for you to object again if you wish. A new planning application may involve the removal of fewer trees. However, this does not alter the fact that the Meadows will be lost forever.
We continue to say NO to REDROW! and any development. Our planning consultant will be submitting a first draft of his report to the campaign group within the next few days.