The campaign to stop Liverpool City Council selling off the meadows of Sefton Park


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Campaign Chair Ken Aspinall has just  had an email from Liverpool Head of Planning to say that Redrow’s planning application for Sefton Park Meadows has been submitted.

All of the planning application documents can be found here.

The brief description  refers to Redrow’s application to erect 34 dwelling houses with associated parking and garages at land off Park Avenue, Mossley Hill, Liverpool. The full application with all supporting documents does not seem to be available online.  Under ‘Related Documents’ there is only a Publicity and Consultations Record Sheet. We are asking for actual details of this planning application, plans, elevations, site layout, Heritage Statement, Environmental Impact Assessment etc. etc., and when they are going to be accessible online.

The Applicant is shown as ‘Resrow Homes NW’ which we assume is a spelling mistake and should read Redrow Homes NW.

The Application Date is given as 15.01.2015 but the ‘Comment Until’ date is given as 13.01.2015. We assume this is another mistake. We have asked for clarification. from Head of Planning on these AND to know when the application will be publicised in the Liverpool Echo notices.

We are also pressing Head of Planning for  details of any pre-application discussions Liverpool City Council Planning Department have had with Redrow Homes since August 2014.

THE HARD WORK OF SCRUTINISING THIS APPLICATION AND SUBMITTING STRONGLY ARGUED OBJECTIONS IS ABOUT TO START. We will be contacting our professional planning consultant to begin his work now. Everyone of our campaign group and  you supporters  out there will be needed to stop this Redrow development of Sefton Park Meadows.


More information to follow.

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