ASHALL TOWN PLANNING,
STRATFORD HOUSE,
5 CORTLAND AVENUE, ECCLESTON, CHORLEY, PR7 5FP
Tel: 07940 372868
Info@charteredtownplanner.co.uk
ESTABLISHED 1993
Planning Consultants Now In Our 25th Year Planning Consultant with 35 Years Experience 
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Land Development Appraisals  |  Planning Appeals  |  Planning Applications

ASHALL TOWN PLANNING

CHARTERED TOWN PLANNING CONSULTANT

Andrew Louis Surveyors

Royal Town Planning Institute Membership No: 31305 - Full Chartered Member of the RTPI since 1989

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Raymond Ashall BA Hons Dip EP MRTPI

Chartered Town Planner

Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute

Planning Consultants for the Burscough and West Lancashire Council area


We provide a comprehensive range of planning services for the Burscough and West Lancashire Council area.


Ashall Town Planning are based in Chorley, Lancashire and are ideally positioned to provide a bespoke and professional planning service in the West Lancashire Council area to assist householders and developers to successfully obtain Planning Permission.


If you are seeking professional independent Planning or Property Development Advice, require Planning Drawings or advice on a Planning Permission Application to West Lancashire Council, as Chartered Town Planning Consultants we are the ideal people to guide you through the planning process and to help you obtain the planning permission you need.


Having been established for over 25 years we have a vast experience of dealing with Planning Officers from West Lancashire Council, acting as your agent with West Lancashire Council you will benefit from our many years of experience giving your application the greatest chance of success.


We offer the following services:


Architectural Planning Drawings

Architectural Plans

Architectural Drawings

Access to Chartered Architect services

Planning Appeals

Permitted Development Applications (Lawful Certificate)

Planning Permission Applications for House Extensions & Loft Conversions

Retrospective Planning Applications

Planning Permission Applications for Change of Use Class

Planning for Commercial Properties

Planning Permission Applications for Converting a House to Flats

House in Multiple Occupation Applications

Planning Permission Applications for New Build Developments

Planning for Childrens Day Nurseries

Planning for Pubs & Restaurants

Planning for Motor Trade & Car Washes

Planning for Takeaways & Restaurants

Listed Building Consent Applications

Conservation Area Applications


Ashall Town Planning Consultants cover all areas in West Lancashire, including Ashurst, Aughton, Bickerstaffe, Birch Green, Burscough, Digmoor, Downholland, Halsall, Knowsley, Newburgh, North Meols, Ormskirk, Parbold, Rufford, Scarisbrick, Skelmersdale, Tanhouse, Tarlton, and Up Holland.



Burscough  - West Lancashire Council - Planning Department Contact details:


Burscough - West Lancashire Planning Department Tel - 01695 577177

Burscough  - West Lancashire Planning Department email - customer.services@westlancs.gov.uk

Burscough  - West Lancashire Planning Department Website - http://www.westlancs.gov.uk/planning.aspx

Burscough  - West Lancashire Planning Department Address - PO Box 16, 52 Derby Street, Ormskirk, L39 2DF

Burscough - West Lancashire Planning Dept Opening Hours - 9am - 4:45pm : Monday - Friday

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Burscough Parish Neighbourhood Plan

On 26 July 2019, the Council adopted the Burscough Parish Neighbourhood Plan.  This is now part of the Development Plan for West Lancashire and will be used in decision-making for planning applications in the Parish of Burscough.

Burscough housing need

As part of the Council's housing need research, the following  summaries have been produced covering all parish areas including Burscough.

The Burscough parish summary provides ‘gross’ rather than ‘net’ figures for housing need – that is to say  the

number of new affordable dwellings required in Burscough each year, but ignoring any supply of affordable houses becoming available.


The supply would come from re-lets of existing social rented housing or newly built affordable housing. We do not take supply figures into account at a parish level since supply figures are only available at a Borough level and cannot be reliably estimated for each parish, and they tend to fluctuate from year to year. It is better to use the gross needs figure and local judgement regarding the likely flow of affordable relets.


The Burscough summary provides a succinct background upon which the Burscough Parish Council can consider

whether and what level of new housing it wishes to see. This applies to both market and affordable

housing. Adopted Local Plan Policy DE3 (Affordable Housing Development) provides what are known

as ‘rural exceptions’ criteria. These say that there must be evidence of need in the parish and that the

housing should be made available to local people.


View the full Burscough housing summary document