News articles by Whittingham Parish Council

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Return to face-to-face meetings

6th of May, 2021

During the Coronavirus pandemic, the Parish Council was unable to host face to face meetings and in accordance with temporary Government legislation, meetings were held remotely via Zoom. The temporary legislation expired on the 7th May 2021 ...

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Whittingham Housing appeals

6th of May, 2021

Residents will be aware that the City Council must be able to demonstrate that it has a 5 year housing supply and in 2019, several applications in Goosnargh Village were recommended for approval because the City Council ...

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Vacancy Higher Ward

6th of May, 2021

A vacancy was advertised in Higher Ward and as a request for an election was not submitted, Preston City Council have confirmed the vacancy can be filled by co-option. To join the Parish Council, applicants need to be over 18, live or wo...

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Community Infrastructure Business Plan

6th of May, 2021

Community Infrastructure Levy - often abbreviated to CIL - is a planning fee that developers pay to Preston City Council for most new dwellings and developments which create additional floor space of 100 square metres or more.&nbs...

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Whittingham Hospital Development

6th of May, 2021

The former Whittingham Hospital site is complex as development has come forward through several planning phases. The site was originally approved for 650 homes at a Public Inquiry and various development initiatives (such as a contribution to...

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