Before the development

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How to object – useful links and addresses

Online link : then click on ‘Comment on this application’ button

Complete the process by clicking ‘Next’ then adding your details then ‘Next’ again

Application Number: 3/2021/0720

Letters send to…

Laura Eastwood

Planning Department

Council Offices

Church Walk,





Utilities [water pressure issues]

Tel: 0345 6723 723 [24 hours a day]

This webspace has been created to provide guidance on how we can collectively fight the recent Park Leisure Planning Application [3/2021/0720] to increase their site size from 325 pitches to a staggering 420 [an additional 95 sited caravans/lodges to the South of the site].

Proposed extension

This proposed development [see above] not only affects the residents of Paythorne but will have a devastating effect on the scale and nature of the site for residents, present and in the future.

To preserve our much valued hamlet of Paythorne and ensure the surroundings; enjoyed by us all are protected, we have formed an action group comprised of Villagers and site residents to strongly object to this obscene intrusion on our beautiful landscape in the Ribble Valley.

Throughout the site we will be adding our thoughts and guidance on how we will dissect the planning proposals and show how the development is being driven through greed and has no merit to the environment or respecting the rights of us as individuals to enjoy a peaceful life.

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Ensure you keep popping back to these pages to see how we are going to STOP in its tracks this selfish development.

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