Thursday, February 25, 2010

Mowbreck Lane Development .. Public Meeting

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FYLDE BOROUGH COUNCIL HAVE ISSUED THE AGENDA AND REPORT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT CONTROL MEETING TO BE HELD ON 17th MARCH. The Case Officer's recommendation is "to be minded to approve the application subject to
satisfactory details on several matters being resolved."(See the full report for details)

The full report can be downloaded by clicking here

Medlar-with-Wesham Town Council have been informed that the date has now been set for the Fylde Borough Council Development Control Committee to meet to consider and determine the outcome for the Planning Application 08/1072 for 264 houses on the land to the north of Mowbreck Lane.

The date is WEDNESDAY 17th MARCH 2010 1pm at Lowther Pavilion, Lytham.


In preparation, Medlar-with-Wesham Town Council have arranged for a further local Public Meeting to be held to update residents of the latest situation.
This will be held on Thursday 11th March at 7.30pm at Wesham Community Centre.

Everyone is welcome to attend
Members of the Town Council and representatives from the Wesham Action Group will be available to hopefully answer any queries you may have about the proposal.
The meeting will also provide an opportunity to discuss the planning procedures and the way that residents can ensure that their views are directed to the decision makers at FyldeBorough Council.
The objection document published by Wesham Town Council can be viewed by clicking on the link on the picture to the right.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Wesham school children warned about seatbelt safety

LOCAL police officers are delivering a series of talks to primary schools in Wesham on the importance of wearing a seatbelt.

PC Gary Cross and Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) Jacqui Marwick, both from the Wesham Neighbourhood Policing Team, will be delivering a series of presentations at Wesham C of E Primary School and St Joseph’s RC Primary School in the coming days.

Billy the Bee, the mascot for the Lancashire Partnership for Road Safety’s campaign, will also be visiting the schools to talk to the pupils.

PC Cross, Community Beat Manager for Wesham, said: “The purpose of the visits is to highlight the importance of wearing a seatbelt to the children.

“Wearing a seat belt can save your life and these visits allow us to get this message across to the children in a fun and interactive way.

“We are also measuring each child’s height so that we can provide advice to parents on the type of car seat that would be appropriate for the child.”

The officers are running a competition in the schools by asking the children to develop a poster on the seatbelt campaign. Prizes will be given to the posters judged to be the best.