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THE BOROUGH OF BLACKBURN WITH DAHWEN (QUEEN'S PARK WORKING MEN'S CLUB.

Notice ID: WAR1344937

Notice effective from
12th September 2019 to 12th October 2019

THE BOROUGH OF BLACKBURN WITH DAHWEN (QUEEN'S PARK WORKING MEN'S CLUB.

84 AUDLEY RANGE, BLACKBURN) COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER 2019

COMPULSORY PURCHASE OF LAND IN BLACKBURN

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council has made the Borough of Blackburn with Darwen (Queen's Park Working Men's Club, 84 Audley Range, Blackburn) Compulsory Purchase Order 2019 under section 17 of the Housing Act 1985. It is about to submit this Order to the Secretary of State for confirmation, and if confirmed, the Order will authorise the Borough Council of Blackburn with Darwen to purchase compulsorily the land described below for the purpose of disposing of the land to a person who intends to provide housing accommodation to meet the need of the Borough's population.

A copy of the Order and the accompanying map may be seen at all reasonable hours at the office of the Director of Growth and Development, Town Hall, Blackburn. BB1 7DY

Any objection to the Order must be made in writing to the Secretary of State, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, Planning Casework Unit, 5 St. Philips Place, Colmore Row, Birmingham. B3 2PW,

before the 5th day of October 2019 and should state the title of the Order, the grounds of objection and the objector's address and interests in the land.

DESCRIPTION OF LAND

The land and buildings known as Queen's Park Working Men's Club, 84 Audley Range, Blackburn. BB1 1TF

Dated the 12th day of September 2019

Martin Kelly Director of Growth & Development Growth & Development, Town Hall.Blackburn. BB1 7DY

Attachments

WAR1344937.pdf Download

Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

King William Street , Town Hall , Blackburn , Lancashire , BB1 7DY

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/ 01254 585 585

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