Plans could see over 60 new homes built

The former ambulance station off Brogden View in Barnoldswick (s)
The former ambulance station off Brogden View in Barnoldswick (s)

Nine new homes could be built on the former ambulance station site in Barnoldswick.

If approved, alongside two resubmitted applications which have been put to Pendle Council again, it could mean an additional 63 homes built in the West Craven area.

Graham Harker has applied to demolish the former ambulance station off Brogden View and construct four semi-detached properties with access off Brogden View and five detached houses accessed off Brogden Lane. Each property will have two car parking spaces with a garage for the detached homes, according to planning documents.

In Salterforth, an outline application for up to 34 homes has been resubmitted by applicant Cross Construction.

The plot off Earby Road, which is adjacent to the Northolme Estate, would be for two and three bedroom homes and was previously refused by councillors in July for its “grossly unsafe” impact on highway safety.

An outline plan for access, layout and scale for 20 homes off Greenberfield Lane and Gisburn Road in Barnoldswick from applicants Ann Brooks And Elizabeth Beezley has already been resubmitted. The original application was rejected in August by councillors on grounds of highway safety.