The Advertiser Thursday, August 13, 2020 13 in planning include two homes with two bedrooms and four with three. A DRIVE-IN cinema could soon open at the Farmer Ted’s attraction in Downholland. Owner Mark Edwards has applied for a licence to add an outdoor cinema to the venue’s offering and hopes it can be used for Hallowe’en, Christmas and Easter events. Farmer Ted’s is already home to an animal and play centre and hosts the everpopular Farmageddon scare attraction each year. According to the application, the screen will be located away from the road to avoid any disturbance and audio will be only be played inside each car. PLANS to knock down a bungalow in Tarleton and replace it with luxury housing have been rejected for the second time in a matter of months. Local developer Bella Homes wanted to demolish the bungalow at 53a Hesketh Lane to make way for five-bedroom houses. But the council ruled that the development would not meet the conditions required for building on the protected land and said the impact on wildlife was not clear. Meanwhile, a separate application from another developer is to build seven houses on land off 186 Hesketh Lane. That development would be a mixture of four and five-bed detached houses built on fenced-off land. SIX houses could be built on vacant land in Skelmersdale. Paul Fane has applied to erect the houses on land off Nixon’s Lane. If approved, the new development would Have you got news for us? Call Jamie Lopez on 0151 330 4924 ● Gift Cards SOUTHPORT Now Available to Purchase The ideal gift Supporting local Businesses head to southportgiftcard.co.uk for further information
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