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'Llama field' row as property firm appeals against housing decision

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Cut through the noise by getting the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox A date has been set for an appeal hearing into previously rejected plans for a 75-home estate on ‘well loved’ green fields close to the West Pennine moors.

The plans, for the area known as the ‘Llama fields’ on Lever Park Avenue, Horwich, were thrown out by Bolton Council last year amid massive local opposition.

Developer Eccleston Homes has appealed the decision made by Bolton Council’s planning committee and a government planning inspector will now hear their case in September for permission to put up 75 homes at the site.

The plans are for 36 four-bedroom houses, 24 three-bedroom houses, nine two-bedroom houses, four two- bed apartments and two

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