Plan for housing on nursery

A proposal for 37 homes to be built at Sunnydale Nurseries in Little Eccleston, Lancashire have been submitted to Fylde Council planners.

The existing site comprises a variety of buildings associated with a salad vegetable handling and packing facility, together with associated nursery buildings some of which are now vacant.

NJL Consulting associate director Kate Delaney, who is handling the application for Wainhomes, said: "The proposals submitted to the council will help to boost the housing supply in the village. There is an identified need for additional housing and affordable housing in the Fylde which the application seeks to address through the delivery of a high quality development of family housing, utilising a heavily developed brownfield site."



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