Decision details

Tatton Development

Decision Maker: Council

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: Yes

Is subject to call in?: No

Decisions:

The Executive Leader, Alistair Bradley, presented the confidential report of the Director of Commercial Services which summarises proposed changes to the design and cost envelope which have occurred as a result of the current stage of the design process and public consultation.

 

Officers have been progressing the feasibility and outline design for the proposed Tatton Development which included an assisted living facility, GP surgery and potential pharmacy (relocating the GP surgery from Eaves Lane), new community centre, private residential properties, café, hairdressers and upgrade to the Tatton recreation ground. 

 

Members noted the range of consultation undertaken and supported this excellent development for the people of East Chorley. 

 

The Executive Leader, Councillor Alistair Bradley proposed and the Executive Member (Resources), Councillor Peter Wilson seconded the unanimous Decision

1.         To approve the total capital expenditure of £14,010,460 which is an increase of £2,038,460 over the £11,972,000 approved by Council in April 2020.

2.         To note the delivery programme for the development.

3.         To note the benefit analysis undertaken on finalising the overall layout of the scheme.

Report author: Rachel Salter

Publication date: 31/01/2021

Date of decision: 21/07/2020

Decided at meeting: 21/07/2020 - Council

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