Young people in the Black Pool will soon be able to grow their own fruits and vegetables in a community garden.
The Black Pool Council is licensed to convert vacant spaces into community gardens to prevent anti-social behavior.
The ground outside Bloomfield Road, near the football field, is surrounded by a 1.8-meter-long fence that serves as “community fun days”.
The plans are: “The land is a vacant lot that could be targeted for anti-social behavior with overgrown bushes and bushes. A new fence is being built to create a community garden.
“The garden is used in partnership with local community groups and teaches children to plant trees, shrubs and flowers.
It also serves as a fun day for the community.
By approving the plans, Council Planner Bethany Thornton reports: Noise disturbance to the detriment of desirability.
There are no windows at the top of the houses in front of the station and there is a strong border treatment for the site’s properties.
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