Lydiate – That outdoor sporting/leisure site proposal & its relationship to a designated Conservation Area

One thing that slipped my mind when I put together my report on the presentation to Lydiate Parish Council about this proposed development (my immediately preceding blog posting refers) off Hall Lane/Southport Road is the relationship of the site to Lydiate’s Conservation Area.

The matter was raised at the meeting but as I say this aspect slipped through the net when I was writing the posting up. Having been reminded of it now I have been onto Sefton Council’s web site (see link below) where the boundaries of the Conservation Area are defined:-

maps.sefton.gov.uk/webmaplayers/?x=336440&y=405089&resolution=1&epsg=27700&mapname=smbc&baseLayer=ColourMapping&datalayers=Sefton%20Boundary%2CConservation%20Areas%2CselectFeaturesControl_container

As you can see the site is right up against it where Hall Lane joins Southport Road by Our Ladies RC Church. On that basis this close association with the conservation area will surely be a restricting factor in how the site can be developed other than for agricultural use.

2 thoughts on “Lydiate – That outdoor sporting/leisure site proposal & its relationship to a designated Conservation Area

  1. Hi tony, who has put I the planning application for this and who owns the land.

    • I understand the person putting the proposal forward will be the applicant of any planning application that goes in, a Mr. Robinson. I don’t have any contact details for him but Edie Pope may know those.

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