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Wednesday, 24 September 2014

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Date set for Cockermouth 221 homes inquiry

A date has been set for a planning inquiry into a proposed £20 million development of 221 homes in Cockermouth.

The Planning Inspectorate will hold a three-day inquiry into the Fitz Park proposals on February 22-24 at The Wave Centre in Irish Street, Maryport.

Lakeland Leisure Limited wants to build on land between the A66 and Fitz Woods and has appealed against Allerdale Council’s decision to reject its planning application. The planning application for the 17.3-acre site included proposals for 79 ‘affordable’ homes.

Members of the public can attend the inquiry and, at the inspector’s discretion, express their views.

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