New Lubbesthorpe

Public Meeting – New Lubbesthorpe

A public meeting has been called so Enderby residents can air their views regarding the New Lubbesthorpe development.

The Chairman of Enderby Parish Council, Mrs. Sylvia Conway, has called a Public Meeting to be held at the Civic Centre, King Street, Enderby (Small Hall), at 7:30pm on Wednesday, 20th June 2012, to discuss Planning Application 11/0100/1/OX submitted by Hallam Land Management, Barratt, David Wilson Homes and Davidson Developments.

The development has significant implications for the residents of Enderby and the public meeting is a chance for Enderby residents to hear information about the development, ask questions and make their opinions known to the Council.

The outline application  is for 4,250 dwellings, a mixed use district centre and two mixed use local centres featuring a supermarket, retail, commercial, employment, leisure, health, community and residential uses, non-residential institutions including a secondary school, primary schools and nurseries, an employment site of 21 hectares, open spaces, woodlands , new access points and associated facilities and infrastructure, and detailed proposals for two new road bridges over the M1 motorway and M69 motorway, and two road access points from Beggars Lane and new accesses from Meridian Way, Chapel Green/Baines Lane and Leicester Lane.

The second stage of the public consultation process began on Wednesday 23rd May and following the initial consultation new and updated documents have been submitted by the applicants providing information on traffic, transport and air quality. Consultation ends on 4th July 2012

The revised plans are available to view online at and are also available to view in Enderby library.

See Also: News item 15th June 2012:  New Lubbesthorpe consultation extended.

See Also: News item 21st June 2012: Enderby residents voice concerns over New Lubbesthorpe development proposal



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