SITES PROPOSED FOR HOUSING

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SITE(S) PROPOSED FOR HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

Plaistow & Ifold Parish residents are invited to attend a Public Consultation on proposed sites for housing development – to meet the Chichester District Council Local Plan allocation of 10 units – and to inform on Local Green Spaces that have been identified and are being proposed for designation.

This includes NEW SITES presented by landowners for consideration from a Call for Sites (closed 8th July 2016) and since the last Public Consultation.

Locality logoTo aid site evaluation the Neighbourhood Plan – Steering Group applied for technical support via the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) partner organisation Locality, the nationwide network of community organisations. The Parish was awarded the services of specialist planning consultancy AECOM for a Site Options and  Assessment package. AECOM have completed their professional appraisal of all possible sites proposed for housing development in this Parish; and after consultation with Chichester District Council, they have provided their expert judgement.

Because of this, the recommendation for the site(s) to be proposed for residential housing development in the Draft Neighbourhood Plan has changed.

Therefore, a PUBLIC CONSULTATION has been arranged over two evenings. Residents are invited to attend one 30minute presentation on any of the two evenings:

  • 6 SEPTEMBER Kelsey Hall, Ifold
  • 8 SEPTEMBER Winterton Hall, Plaistow

There are two presentation sessions per evening: 7.30pm and 8.30pm.

Members of the Plaistow & Ifold Parish – Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group will be present to answer questions.

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One response to “SITES PROPOSED FOR HOUSING

  1. Having attended the latest meeting at Winterton Hall I note with interest that apparently CDC are not keen for houses to be built at Springfield brownfield site despite the fact there will only be (as I understand it)11 max and it is a good size site, easy access. How odd CDC were not averse to new dwellings being constructed along the other side of that road! Perhaps there is one rule for some and another rule for others.
    A Suter

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