PLANS to drive Izaak Walton Golf Club into the future by remodelling it will go before planners on Monday.
However the proposals were put on hold last October to enable the club to consider a single access point to the scheme in Eccleshall Road, Norton Bridge.
Planners also wanted more information about HGV traffic and a temporary road to carry vehicles in and out of the site.
The club has submitted revised details including a single in and out access point for construction traffic during the works.
A six-metre-wide road would be constructed to take construction traffic.
Wheel washing facilities would also be provided along with a 10 mile an hour speed limit on site and on the nearby B5026.
A vehicle supervisor will control the flow of traffic onto the road once lorries leave the site. Traffic would be monitored by a comput- erised ticketing system, according to the application.
Chebsey Parish Council and residents however are still unhappy about the plans.
The parish council said: “We have great reservations about the scheme as previously raised. There is great concern that if the scheme started, would it ever be completed and that none of the originals concerns as raised had been given any due consideration.”
One resident said: “To have 132 lorries a day travelling up and down the B5026 outside our homes for this period of time will create noise, nuisance and a dan- ger to road users.
“The road is, afterall, a B road and is unsuitable for such heavy traffic for what is a cosmetic change to a leisure facility which has managed perfectly well since its inception many years ago.”
Lakesedge Residents Associa-tion, which represents 14 properties at Cold Norton, has also objected.