Plans for a controversial outdoor activity centre in Hoylake have been rejected.
The plans for the proposed centre at a site currently used as market gardens over the railway line at Sandringham Avenue were refused at a Wirral Council planning meeting this week. You can read the background to the proposed centre in this post.
In refusing the application the planning committee considered the centre would be a visually obtrusive development on green belt land. Access to the site via an unmanned level crossing was also deemed to be unsatisfactory. Full explanation of refusal here.