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Latest Council News 23/01/2015

Latest Council News 23/01/2015

The local plan was approved by Sefton Council on Thursday 22nd January by 38 – 20 votes at the Council Meeting held at Bootle Town Hall.

We Need Your Help!

The local plan was approved by Sefton Council on Thursday 22nd January by 38 – 20 votes at the Council Meeting held at Bootle Town Hall.

We Need Your Help!

Having been approved by Planning Department/Cabinet and full Council it will now go out for public comment from:-
Friday 30th January 2015 until Friday 27th March 2015.  

IMPORTANT

If you have already objected during the last consultation period this will not count now. All comments must be made afresh if to be considered by the Inspector.

We will keep you updated where to send your comments.  

 

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT IF WE ARE TO DELIVER A NATURE RESERVE FOR ALL TO ENJOY.

We want to retain the heritage of the area as house building on environmentally important land is unacceptable.


CONTACTS AND INFORMATION REGARDING SEFTONS LOCAL PLAN

 

IF YOU WISH TO OPPOSE SEFTONS LOCAL PLAN YOU NEED TO PROVIDE YOUR REASONS.

You should support your objections giving evidence and relevant information.

To suggest an alternative use of the site you need to provide supporting information to back up your suggestion.

SEFTON COUNCIL HAVE PROVIDED INFORMATION ON THEIR WEBSITE…..

www.sefton.gov.uk/localplan

If You Wish To Oppose The Plan

By E-mail:

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By Post:

Local Planning Team
Planning Services
Magdalen House
30 Trinity Road
Bootle. Merseyside
L20 3NJ

Please quote on your opposition correspondence:

SITE REF LOCATION…..
FORMER AINSDALE HOPE SCHOOL, AINSDALE
MN2.8

PLEASE BE AWARE ALL CORRESPONDENCE WILL BE FORWARDED TO THE INSPECTOR BY THE COUNCIL WHO HAS THE AUTHORITY TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE CURRENT LOCAL PLAN.

PLEASE VISIT OUR VISUAL WALKTHROUGH and REPORTS

For more information on why this site is so environmentally important and would be an asset to Ainsdale and the wider area of Sefton.

YOUR SUPPORT IS VITAL IF WE ARE TO CREATE A NATURE RESERVE THAT CAN BE ENJOYED BY EVERYONE.

{DS2 Migrated June 2016}