The Harbour receives Full Planning Permission

Mon 5th Mar 2012

Red Rose Corporate Services’ first development scheme at The Harbour (formally Whyndyke Farm) was granted full planning permission from Blackpool Council on 13th January 2012 and Fylde Borough Council on 17th January 2012.

​Planning applications had to be submitted to both Blackpool Council and Fylde Borough Council as the location of the proposed development extends to within both statutory authority land boundaries. Full planning consent has been granted for “enabling works associated with the construction of a new mental health inpatient unit. Works include ground level alterations, construction of retaining wall to embankment, installation of drainage tanks, formation of new wetland and site compound, erection of site hoardings and provision of advanced landscaping and provision of new temporary site access from Preston New Road”.

A number of planning conditions have been applied and must be submitted by RRCS and approved in writing by the local planning authorities prior to works commencing:

  • A desk-top study must be carried out to identify and evaluate all potential sources and impacts of land and/or ground water contamination;
  • Prior to the commencement of the development a site investigation must be carried out to effectively characterise the nature and extent of any land and/or groundwater contamination and its implications;
  • A written method statement for the remediation of land and/or groundwater contamination.

The  and Enabling applications have also been approved by both Councils with conditions which will be discharged as appropriate.

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Red Rose Corporate Services LLP
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