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HARP update – planning application submitted

Residents may be aware that a planning application for the Haweswater Aqueduct Resilience Programme (HARP) has now been submitted by United Utilities to Ribble Valley Borough Council. The application is numbered 3/2021/0661 and can be viewed via the link below:


https://www.ribblevalley.gov.uk/site/scripts/planx_details.php?appNumber=3%2F2021%2F0661


The consultation period for this application concludes on 27 July 2021. The Parish Council will be submitting a formal consultation response, but residents are encouraged to submit their own comments on an individual basis. Comments can be submitted by email to planning@ribblevalley.gov.uk prior to 27 July.

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