PLANS to create a wellbeing studio for mums and babies have been withdrawn.

The Star reported last month as proposals were submitted to the council to change the use of a premises on Wamesley Road, Eccleston by applicant Kellie Kean.

The plans sought permission to convert the property at 103 Walmesley Road into a wellbeing studio.

The application stated that previous uses of the premises have been as a betting office or pay day loan shop.

Plans said the property would be used for a "wellbeing studio for mums and babies providing baby massage and yoga, fitness classes and parental advice".

The application added there would be a "maximum of 15 in a class" and that there is car parking space and nearby side roads to park in "without causing any impact to the area.

It said there would be "no noise impacts to the community".

The council had received one letter of support for the application from a resident and no objections.

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The plans added: "The change of use does not impact or take away from the local area. It will in fact benefit the local businesses by bringing in more custom and provide a safe hub for parents whilst bringing extra custom for the local businesses.

"It will also benefit the local community by providing wellbeing classes".

Proposed opening hours were 9am to 9pm on Mondays to Fridays and from 9am to 5pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

The premises would offer "one hour classes" and there would be "one to four" classes held throughout a day.

The application has been withdrawn, a decision notice has confirmed.

The applicant has been asked to speak to the case officer to discuss any amendments or revisions to the proposals should they wish to resubmit.