Response from Mr and Mrs David and Vickie Crowshaw (Individual)
1. Mr and Mrs David and Vickie Crowshaw (Individual) : 22 Jul 2008 12:25:00
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Please state as clearly as you can the exact part of the Report you are commenting on by quoting the page number (if known), paragraph number, option name or number, or the number of the map, figure or table.
site 1 - light industry
site 2 - housing
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site 1 - access is poor. in either direction the road is very narrow and unsuitable for heavy vehicles. Otherwise it would add traffic to Storth Road which would be dangerous as it has many roads to properties on it.
site 2 - Again access is a major issue. Yans lane access to Storth Road is very narrow and would be difficult for heavy vehicles.
General - Buses, schools, doctors, dentist and shops etc are all currently poorly provided in Storth and unless these are improved it makes no sense to add further burden
Please use this space if you wish to set out a new option for consideration.
Land alongside Quarray Lane on right hand side going form Storth Road towards Sandside or old coal yard adjacent to Kingfisher restaurant on main Milnthorpe Road - ideal for flats for elderly and low cost housing.