Villagers have expressed their anger after a controversial plan for up to 350 new homes was approved by the council.
An outline application for the Cottam development was given the green light at a planning meeting this week, following the resubmission of a previously rejected application.
But members of the Cottam Village Action Group (CoVAG) said they felt “angry and disappointed” by the outcome.
CoVAG chair Karen Whelan said she felt the current infrastructure wouldn’t support the development.
She said: “I think there shouldn’t be any construction there until the master plan is published and until the Preston west distributor and the east west spine road are in place.
“By that time there will be an integrated plan for providing the right number of schools and GP services.”
The outline application, relating to land to the north of Hoyles Lane and to the east of Sidgreaves Lane, was granted approval by 12 votes to three at this week’s meeting.
The plans, from applicant CEG Land Promotions Ltd, propose a mixed use development on 19.45 hectares including up to 350 new homes and a primary school.
Karen said she also thought construction traffic to the site could be dangerous.
She said: “To get to that site there are two ways you can access it - both are country lanes.
“One is going to have traffic calming measures put on it and the other takes traffic past a small school on a bend.”
Parish Councillor Jason Jeffrey said: “We don’t object to development in this area, but the infrastructure must be in place first.”