Wirral’s planning committee has knocked back plans to build 14 homes on Ashton Court in West Kirby again.
Planners are recommending approval of a controversial plan to build 14 properties on the site of Ashton Court in West Kirby, at the third time of asking.
The developer behind Hoylake Golf Resort has launched a passionate defence of the controversial scheme – insisting it is a win-win for the local community which will deliver significant benefits for Wirral.
Controversial plans to build 14 properties on the site of Ashton Court in West Kirby have been resubmitted again.
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Wirral Council says it is “encouraged” by progress being made on the £190 million Hoylake Golf Resort – despite continued opposition to the scheme.
As Wirral Council’s consultation over its draft local plan draws to a close, Wirral West MP Margaret Greenwood has called on the local authority not to include Green Belt land
Public consultation meetings will take place in West Kirby on Tuesday 18 September over plans to release new sites for housing over the next 15 years.
A list of sites in West Kirby and Caldy that could have housing built on them over the next 15 years has been revealed.
Plans for a summer dog ban on parts of some Wirral beaches – including West Kirby – have been axed.