THE battle to save a green space from a housing development will be taken to the town hall tomorrow when councillors will vote on the plans.

Objectors will tell the planning committee why Bolton At Home should not be allowed to build 48 houses at Pickup's Fields.

A total of six applications will be discussed and decided by the committee, including 90 flats at a vacant office block, 33 houses at a former care home and a new car park at a shopping centre.

The meeting will take place in the council chamber at 2pm tomorrow.

Here are the six applications set to be discussed:

48 houses at Pickup's Fields, Singleton Avenue in Horwich

The Bolton News:

Bolton At Home plans to build 48 houses on grassy land located next to a protected recreation site.

This specific spot was earmarked for housing by Bolton Council years ago but residents say the land was gifted to Horwich Urban District Council for playing field purposes.

More than 300 letters of objection have been submitted and Horwich town councillor David Grant is expected to speak against the plans.

33 houses at former Alderbank care home, Melville Road in Kearsley

The Bolton News:

A new housing development could be built on the site of a former care home in Kearsley if plans by PSP Bolton are given the nod.

The homes would mostly be three-bedroom semi-detached and terraced houses as well as four two-bedroom houses.

The proposal to bring the 'forlorn' site back into use has been welcomed by but concerns about increased traffic.

90 flats at Lincoln House, Nelson Street in Bolton

The Bolton News:

Plans to transform a vacant office block into 90 flats are back before the committee.

The scheme to convert the property into residential space, which were described as a "cross between a prison and a battery farm", has now been amended.

The new application seeks to create four more one-bedroom flats and at the expense of four studio apartments.

Farnworth Youth and Community Centre, King Street in Farnworth

The Bolton News:

Revised plans to bring the centre back into use have been submitted by the council.

Previous proposals, which included a new lobby and reception area and a bigger car park, were passed last year.

This new application include some differences relating to the doors, windows and car park.

Car park next to Tonge Local Shopping Centre, Romer Street in Bolton

The Bolton News:

Bolton Council wants to use an undeveloped piece of land outside the shopping centre to create six parking spaces.

The 200 square metre site, which would be resurfaced, is to be used by the general public.

No objections have been received by highways engineers.

Home extensions at Prestwood Road in Farnworth

The Bolton News:

The committee has been recommended to refuse an application for extensions to a pair of semi-detached dwellings by planning officers.

Ward councillor Hamid Khurram has requested that councillors make the final decision.