A consultation by Sefton Council has now begun to gauge residents’ views on a proposed housing development in the Buckley Hill Lane area of Netherton.
The site under consideration is the land to the east of Buckley Hill Lane and west of Higher End Park, which was the site of the former ‘Z-Blocks’ residential development.
The site was allocated for housing in Sefton’s Local Plan adopted in April 2017.
The proposed development would consist of approximately 40 homes would consist of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties, including both market sale and affordable houses.
Residents in the area are being asked to give their views via public consultation ahead of any planning proposals being submitted for consideration.
Residents have until July 20 to give their views in writing or via email on the proposal.
There will also be an opportunity for residents to attend a drop-in session to discuss the proposal with both Sefton Council and project agents GL Hearn.
The drop-in session will take place at Netherton Activity Centre from 5pm on Thursday July 11.
Letters have already been sent out to residents who are directly affected by the proposals but all views are welcomed.
To submit your views on the proposals please email email@example.com or write to GL Hearn, The Observatory, 8th Floor, The Observatory Chapel Walks, Manchester, M2 1HL.