Town Meadow Lane Shops and Maisonettes – Planning Application Submitted

Following the Wirral Partnership Homes Open Day on 2nd June a planning application for new shop units, 20 houses and 4 Bungalows has been submitted.   You can see the application by clicking HERE

I am delighted that finally, after 11 years of campaigning to get rid of this blot on the landscape, there is light at the end of a very dark tunnel.       The existing shopkeepers are delighted to be getting new premises and the provision of 24 new homes is much needed in Moreton.

Whilst I recognise that some people do have concerns I think this is a great scheme and one that should have local residents and our full support.      

If you wish to comment on the application you can do so by contacting the Council’s Planning Officer, Joanne Storey ensuring you quote application number:   11/00727, closing date for comments is 22nd July, 2011.    Alternatively you can write to her:  Technical Services Department, Cheshire Lines Building, Canning Street, Birkenhead, Wirral CH44 1ND, or via email:  joannestorey@wirral.gov.uk  or you can comment on line by going to: www.wirral.gov.uk

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3 thoughts on “Town Meadow Lane Shops and Maisonettes – Planning Application Submitted

  1. The timing does seem odd but at least, if WPH leave it in a mess, they can’t say it was like that when they arrived!

  2. Finally that the potential eye-sore is (almost?) finally gone! Although I think one of the reasons why it got in that state was because the last remaining store owner purchased/rents all the units on that plot?

    No wonder he is bloody delighted to get a brand new business unit, I guess thats business decision paid off!

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