A three-bedroom house in Cleveleys could be converted into a children’s home for two youngsters in need of round-the-clock care, documents have revealed.
Number two Slinger Road would ‘mirror the routine of a normal home’, plans lodged with Wyre Council by a Mr G Bond showed.
Each child would have a bedroom, while a carer would sleep in a third.
A maximum of two carers at a time would be at the home, and there would be no shift changes at unsociable hours, a statement lodged by De Pol Associates, of Leyland, said.
“Both children would be in full-time education,” the firm said. “The operations of the use of the property are intended, for the benefit of the children, to mirror the routine of a normal home.”
Neighbours will be asked for their views.