New 42-home estate proposed for overgrown former railway cutting site at Springfield Road, Kearsley | The Bolton News
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A NEW housing estate could be created on the site of a disused railway cutting in Kearsley.
Developers have submitted plans to build 42 homes on the overgrown land between Bolton Road and Springfield Road, which is approximately two hectares in size.
A planning statement submitted by consultants Axis, on behalf of applicant W Maher and Sons, claimed the development would regenerate an area that has become untidy and blighted by fly-tipping.
It said: ” The majority of site lies at a lower level than the surrounding land with the exception
of the southern part of the site which adjoins Springfield Road, this area was filled up New 42-home estate proposed for overgrown former railway cutting site at Springfield Road, Kearsley | The Bolton News