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As a result of the Preston, South Ribble and Lancashire City Deal approximately 3,500 homes are expected to be built in the North West Preston area. Here you will find information in relation to the approved developments and construction matters.
Any concerns regarding, for example, construction traffic or hours of construction, should in the first instance be referred to the site manager for the relevant site. The site manager will be aware of the requirements of the planning permission and will be best placed to take immediate action to deal with any concerns. The contacts for the sites currently under construction are as follows:
Paul Davis 0777 305 8670
If contact with the site manager has not addressed your concerns, any alleged breaches of planning conditions can be reported to our Planning Enforcement team using our Planning Enforcement Report form. Please use this form rather than contacting individual council officers as this will ensure that your concerns are directed to the correct team and can be dealt with promptly.
Our Environmental Health department can investigate matters relating to noise and dust. If you have concerns regarding either of these issues, you can report them using our Environmental Health Report form.
Lancashire County Council, as the Highway Authority, is responsible for the maintenance of the highway network. If you need to report a highways problem, for example a pot hole or a fault with a road, please use Lancashire County Council’s report a new fault form.
Details of the planning applications, including the approved plans and the list of conditions, can be found using our online planning application search facility.
The North West Preston Masterplan has been developed to create a broad framework within which it will be simpler for developers to obtain planning permissions whilst also ensuring that high quality development is achieved.