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Public get say on plans for 1,600 homes around Romsey
11:00am Monday 3rd February 2014 in News
A PUBLIC consultation exercise is now under way on Test Valley Borough Council’s latest revision of the authority’s Draft Local Plan which includes contentious house-building proposals around Romsey.
Exhibitions on the plans are being staged at various locations around the borough including Romsey and North Baddesley – both earmarked for large housing developments in the council’s planning blueprint for the next 15 years.
These include 1,300 homes on farmland at Whitenap and 300 at Hoe Lane in North Baddesley.
Planning bosses will be attending the following road shows: The Pavilion, North Baddesly, Thursday 2-7pm; Crosfield Hall, Romsey, Friday 2-7pm and Saturday 10am-noon. The final exhibition in the Romsey area will be at Nursling and Rownhams Village Hall on Tuesday, Feb 11, between 3pm and 7pm.
Comments on the plan can be made on line at testvalley.gov.uk and the consultation period ends on March 7.
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