Category Archives: Housing Developments

Invitation to a Community Exhibition Consultation

New School & Residential Development Moor Lane, Bramcote, Nottingham. This event will provide an opportunity to meet representatives from the Project Team, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have. We hope that you will be able … Continue reading

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Broxtowe Loses Appeal Against Refusal of Planning Permission at Field Farm

Paul Nathanail writes: The refusal of planning permission at Field Farm has been overturned. See: http://www.nottinghampost.com/government-overrides-council-s-decision-on-118-horrible-houses/story-30133266-detail/story.html

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Green Belt Under Threat From 300-Home Development in Bramcote

Click on this link to read a recent article in the Nottingham Post.

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Packed Meeting Overwhelmingly Rejects Council’s Proposals to Remove Large Section of Bramcote’s Green Belt

At a packed meeting last night at the Memorial Hall, residents overwhelmingly rejected a proposal from Broxtowe Borough Council to remove a large portion of Bramcote’s Green Belt. The meeting was called by Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum to formulate the Neighbourhood Forum’s … Continue reading

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Meeting to Discuss Broxtowe’s Consultation on 300 Homes on Bramcote’s Green Belt Tuesday 30 August

Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum in conjunction with the Bramcote Hills Community Association is holding a Public Meeting to formulate the Neighbourhood Forum’s Response to the Broxtowe Borough Council Consultation on a Potential Additional Site in Bramcote. The ‘Site’ includes all of … Continue reading

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Field Farm Development – Appeal Made To Secretary Of State.

Councillor Richard MacRae would like to let you all know that an appeal against the refusal of planning application 15/00841/REM Field Farm has now been made to the Secretary of State. He received the following email below and wants to … Continue reading

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Update from the Chair of STRAG re Field Farm‏

Zoe Cockcroft, Chair, STRAG, writes: Dear Friends of Field Farm As you may have already heard, I am pleased to inform you that on Wednesday night the Planning Committee at Broxtowe Borough Council voted unanimously to refuse Mr Westerman permission … Continue reading

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Approval for Phase 1 Development of 118 Dwellings at Field Farm Refused

Councillor Richard MacRae reports that Broxtowe Borough Council’s Planning Committee refused to approved the application for the phase 1 development of 118 dwellings at Field Farm at their meeting on Wednesday evening this week. The recommendation from the Council’s Officers … Continue reading

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Public Meeting on the Future of Chetwynd Barracks

From Anna Soubry’s Newsletter and repeated here because of the effect housing development at Chetwynd Barracks will have on developments elsewhere in Broxtowe: I am holding a public meeting about the future of Chetwynd Barracks following the recent announcement that … Continue reading

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Public Exhibition to Display Development Proposals at St John’s School of Mission, Bramcote

Working on behalf of St John’s School of Mission* and Broxtowe based developer William May Developments Ltd, DPDS Consulting Group will be holding a public exhibition on Friday 22 April 2016 to display proposals for a mixed use (residential led) … Continue reading

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Chetwynd Barracks Being Sold

The BBC reports: The Ministry of Defence is selling off Chetwynd Barracks in Chilwell. It is one of 10 sites being released to provide land for 7,000 new homes and generate £140m, the MoD said. Editor: No need to sacrifice … Continue reading

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Field Farm Planning Application – 15/00841/REM

An application for reserved matters approval for phase 1 of development for 118 dwellings, including 33 affordable homes, flood attenuation lagoon, open space and associated infrastructure can be found on Broxtowe Borough Council’s website. Click on the link for details.

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Wanted: Urban Land for Housing‏

Paul Nathanail writes: The October 2015 issue of Broxtowe Matters includes a plea for owners or their agents to contact the council’s Planning Policy team if they have land that could augment the Council’s Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment. Such … Continue reading

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Toton Consultation on Strategic Location for Growth in the Vicinity of the Proposed HS2 Station

Click on this link for details. In addition there is an additional public consultation on Monday 16 November between 2 pm & 8 pm at:- The Meeting Place, 22/26 Nottingham Road, Stapleford. See also http://staplefordcommunitygroup.org.uk/2015/10/21/consultation-for-staplefordtotonhs2-proposals/  

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Protection of the Green Belt

Press Statement from Leader of Broxtowe Borough Council, Councillor Richard Jackson: “The Council’s Cabinet agreed to prioritise development on brownfield land in order to protect as much green belt as possible. It was also agreed the Council will work closely … Continue reading

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Urgent Action: Toton One Last Chance

I publish this information which was submitted by Toton Councillor, Mia Kee, to Bramcote Today’s Facebook page. Bramcote residents should be aware that the Green Belt in Bramcote may possibly be changed to accommodate the housing requirements of the Core … Continue reading

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Field Farm: Further Information Meeting and Consultation Feedback‏

Nathalie Morelle, Secretary, Stapleford and Trowell Rural Action Group (STRAG) writes: Dear Friends of Field Farm, Thank you to all of you who took the time to respond to the recent consultation organised by the Field Farm developers. Please see … Continue reading

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Comments Needed on Field Farm Plans‏

Zoe Cockcroft, Chair, Stapleford and Trowell Rural Action Group (STRAG) writes: Dear Friends of Field Farm I hope that you had enough notice and were able to attend this Tuesday’s consultation organised by Cerda Planning on behalf of Westerman regarding the … Continue reading

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Field Farm Consultation

Click on this link to see the information collected by Stapleford Community Group at Tuesday’s consultation.

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Two Information events on 15 September About the Field Farm Development‏

Zoë Cockcroft, Chair, Stapleford and Trowell Rural Action Group writes: TWO drop-off information events will be held in Stapleford and Beeston by Cerda Planning (on behalf of site owner Westerman) about the detailed proposals for a residential development on land … Continue reading

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