An outline application to build houses on the Allotments at Bloswood Lane has been submitted to Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council.
The proposals are to be discussed at the Whitchurch Town Council Meeting on Monday evening (23rd September) when a presentation is being made by Mr Richard Cross on behalf of St Cross the landowners, to the Development Committee.
The application is for:
“the erection of 36 new homes with associated access, open space and landscaping and the change of use of adjoining land to provide replacement allotments, and new community orchards (with ancillary car parking and storage buildings) and associated landscaping including access.”
The plans show:
10 x 2-bed homes
15 x 3-bed homes
10 x 4-bed homes
1 x 5-bed home
Access would be from Caesars Way.
Allotments would be relocated to the north and there would be a community orchard incorporated.
Prior to the Town Council meeting, and by prior arrangement, members of the public are permitted to address the Council on any subject pertinent to the Agenda. The Council reserves the right to put a time limit on representation.
Comment can also be made on the application to Basingstoke and Deane, who, being the local planning authority, will make the decision.
The meeting commences at 7.30pm
The application and plans:
The application is:
No. 13/01522/OUT Land adjoining Caesars Way, Whitchurch
The application can be viewed on Basingstoke and Deane’s planning site: HERE.
This website’s previous report is HERE.