It has just been announced by Oldham Council that four planning applications related to the proposed new Saddleworth School are ‘going live’ for public consultation and comments from today, Wednesday September 27th, at https://www.oldham.gov.uk/planning
Oldham Council has received a new Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) submitted by Interserve – the construction partner selected by Government on this project.
The new EIA, published today, relates to four planning applications that were subject to a Judicial Review last year.
These have now been re-submitted and are open for public comments for the next 16 weeks until Wednesday, January 17, 2018.
The planning applications are for:
A) Building the new Saddleworth School on the WH Shaw Pallets site in Diggle;
B) Demolishing the existing buildings on the WH Shaw site, excluding the listed building;
C) Demolishing the link bridge attached to the Grade II listed building on the WH Shaw site;
D) Providing a parental drop off area plus residential car parking as part of the wider highways scheme in Diggle.
Following consultation it is anticipated these four applications will be considered by members of the Planning Committee in early 2018.
All relevant paperwork can be viewed or downloaded from the planning section on the Oldham Council website at https://www.oldham.gov.uk/planning
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