Detailed plans for 350 homes to be built on agricultural land between Progress Way and School Road have been submitted by Wain Homes to Fylde Council’s Town Hall planners. The scheme includes 211 four-bedroom homes, 62 three-bedroom and 77 two-bedroom properties, with existing structures on the site due to be demolished to make way for the redevelopment.
Bask in in July 2020, the house-builder was granted outline planning permission by Fylde Council to build on a site to the west side of Cropper Road, having already built a new housing estate on the east side. Wain Homes have now submitted a full application for its latest proposals to build on land between Progress Way, Cropper Road, School Road and Bamber’s Lane.
A new link road would also be constructed connecting Cropper Road South with Cropper Road North, while landscaping, footpaths and cycleways are also proposed. Documents submitted with the application say that Wain Homes ‘wish to commence development on this allocated site as quickly as possible.’ The planning documents add: ‘These applications have been progressed by developers with proven track record of delivery in the area. It is anticipated that development will commence shortly upon the grant of planning permission for the delivery of much-needed housing and the new retail store to the Cropper Road frontage, which will serve existing residents of the Whitehills area as well as future occupiers.’
More details at – https://pa.fylde.gov.uk/Planning/Display/22/0461