Friday, 6 December 2013

Garston Old Road planning update

The Council has said yes to the plans to demolish the Church Hall at Garston Park Church and build some houses.

You can see the information, and the conditions the Council has decided on, at this link.

The key bits of info are in a section called Decision Letter which is in a bit called Related Documents (so you may need to scroll down a bit)

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Petrol station and coffee shop for Speke Boulevard

A planning application's come in for a 24 hour petrol filling station as well as a Starbucks and some other retail on Speke Boulevard.

You can see the information, and make a comment, at this link.

Comments close shortly before Christmas.

Council to decide on houses for New Heys site

Liverpool's planning committee will be discussing and voting on plans for houses on the former New Heys school site in South Liverpool later this month.

The plan is to build more than 100 houses - mainly four bedroom - on the land.

The committee meeting is on 10th December.  There have been some objections to the scheme but the Council looks set to say yes.

The info is all at this link.  The item is a few items down.

Brodie Avenue phone mast decision

Liverpool's planning committee will decide next week (10 Dec) on whether it's OK for the phone mast on Brodie Avenue (opposite number 192) to be replaced with a bigger one, and new cabinets.

Last time work was done here it caused real problems and residents are unhappy with the way the phone company has behaved.  Some have also objected, along with  my colleague Cllr Richard Oglethorpe, to parts of this application.

The Council looks set to say yes though.

The papers for the meeting, including a report on the phone mast issue , are at this link (it's the very last item).

Monday, 2 December 2013

Changes at ASDA?

ASDA, on St Mary's Road in Garston, has put in an application to change its opening hours.

It wants to turn into a 24 hour supermarket (apart from on Sundays)

You can see the application, and comment, at this link.

The deadline is 19th December.