South Ribble Borough Council has given the green light to at least nine planning applications this week.

Latest planning applications to be approved or rejected in South Ribble include the removal of trees for a redeveloped Tesco site in Penwortham

Here are the latest planning applications in South Ribble to be given the green light by authorities this week.

By Laura Longworth
Thursday, 21st April 2022, 3:55 pm
Updated Thursday, 21st April 2022, 4:01 pm

South Ribble Borough Council has approved at least nine proposals in the past seven days.

They include extensions to properties in Lostock Hall, Longton, Much Hoole and Hoghton, as well as the building of six detached dwellings in Moss Side, Leyland.

At least two of the proposals have been rejected. These are to create an outbuilding to a home in Walmer Bridge and an extension to a Longton residence.

Tesco Stores have also withdrawn their application for the removal of trees at their Penwortham site.

Here are more details about the council’s decisions regarding the latest applications.

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