Mike Lyons writes: The Greater Nottingham Strategic Plan is out for consultation with a closing date of 14th September https://www.gnplan.org.uk/gn-consultation/greater-nottingham-strategic-plan-growth-options-consultation/
The map above shows proposed ‘growth options’ for the south of the Borough. The identified land is in the protected Green Belt, some of which is in Bramcote.
The land referred on the map as B09.2 ‘Land East of Toton Lane’ is in fact predominantly ‘land north of Toton Lane’. This is currently farmland with a cereal crop waiting to be harvested and stretches from Toton Lane up to and across Common Lane, then crosses over the ridge before travelling down towards the horses field below Burnt Hill.
B09.1 ‘Land at Hill Top Farm’ Stapleford is to the west of the A52 and is also farmland, with a cereal crop waiting for harvest. The footpath from the top of Baulk Lane goes along the ridge-line here over to Stapleford Cemetery.
Take a look at the evidence base on the website and make your views known, if you wish to engage with the consultation.