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The scheme would be built close to AFC Fylde's stadium. Credit: via planning documents

Fylde primes 160,000 sq ft shed, 350 homes for approval

Wain Homes’ proposals for land off Cropper Lane and a new headquarters for HTI Group are both in line for approval next week.

Fylde Council’s planning committee will meet next Wednesday to determine the two applications, both of which are recommended for approval by the authority’s planning team.

Wain Homes wants to build 350 homes on 37 acres off Cropper Road.

The project would feature 77 two-bedroom houses, 62 with three bedrooms, and 211 with four bedrooms.

The site is located on the Fylde-Blackpool border and is close to several other residential schemes from developers including Breck Homes, Eden Land & Development, and Oakwood Homes. It is earmarked for housing as part of a wider allocation in Fylde’s local plan.

Emery Planning and DGL Associates are advising Wain Homes on the scheme, which benefits from outline consent granted in 2020.

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The Wain Homes scheme is one of several coming forward in the area. Credit: via planning docs

To learn more about the project, search for reference number 22/0461 on Fylde Council’s planning portal.

HTI Group, which manufactures toys, is hoping the council’s planning committee will look favourably on its plans for a 160,000 sq ft facility close to AFC Fylde’s football ground.

Whinfield Commercial, which is progressing the scheme for HTI, wants to build a new HQ and manufacturing facility off Coronation Way.

HTI generates revenues of around £80m a year and is looking to double in size in the coming years.

Frank Whittle Partnership and PWA Planning are advising HTI and Whinfield on the proposals.

To learn more, search for reference number 22/0616 on Fylde Council’s planning portal.

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