Gladman Developments is proposing a new village cemetery and residential development of approximately 120 new homes plus public open space with recreational facilities on land off Bush Heath Lane and Temple End, Harbury. A public consultation leaflet was distributed in March 2019 to approximately 395 households and businesses in Harbury.
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As part of Gladman's commitment to engage with local communities, leaflets outlining the development principles and seeking comments have been distributed in March 2019 to approximately 395 households and businesses in Harbury.
The Consultation Boards provide background information to the development and identify the constraints and opportunities of the site which have influenced our draft proposals.
This is an opportunity for the local people to tell us how the development will affect them and if there are any issues that this development will be able to address. For instance:
If you are opposed to new housing and a cemetery on this site, please tell us why.
How can I comment?
To comment on this development follow the link to the right and fill in the form.
Irrespective of your views towards future development we are keen to receive your suggestions and ideas for community uses and facilities so we can include these wherever possible.
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All public comments received during the consultation process will be considered. An outline planning application will be submitted in due course to Stratford on Avon District Council which will include a Statement of Community Involvement (SCI).
The SCI will include details of how your comments and suggestions have been considered to shape the development.
The full SCI will be available on the Local Authority website once the application is submitted.
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A link to the full Outline Planning Application will be available here once this has been submitted and validated by Stratford on Avon District Council.Back to top