Second consultation on 4,250 homes plan

A second public consultation on plans for a major new housing development in Lubbesthorpe begins today (Wednesday 23rd May).

People will be able to comment on the planning application and any changes or additions to the original plans along with new documents which have been submitted.

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The plans for 4,250 homes, shops, schools, community facilities, public open space, two motorway bridges (across the M1 and M69) and 21 hectares of employment land were submitted in February 2011 by Hallam Land Management, Barratt David Wilson Homes and Davidson Developments and more than 1,500 people have already had their say on the proposals.

Blaby District Council have sent more than 8,000 letters to people living in parts of Enderby, Kirby Muxloe, Braunstone Town and Leicester Forest East and all residents in Thorpe Astley and Lubbesthorpe, explaining where they can view the revised planning application and how to comment.

Several changes have been made to the original plans including revised locations for the district centre, one of the local centres and one of the primary schools. Designs for the bridges across the M1 and M69 have also been amended. New proposals for an additional 4,600 sq metre employment site are also included in the revised plans.

New and updated documents have also been submitted by the applicants providing information on traffic, transport and air quality.

Everyone who was consulted during the first consultation will be invited to comment again as well as anyone else who has given their views on the planning application so far.

The revised plans will be available to view online at www.blaby.gov.uk/lubbesthorpe from Wednesday May 23 and in libraries and parish council offices in the following locations:
•Enderby
•Leicester Forest East
•Braunstone Town
•Kirby Muxloe

A copy will also be available to view at Blaby District Council’s main offices in Narborough and Glenfield Library.

Comments can be made online at www.blaby.gov.uk/lubbesthorpe, by email to lubbesthorpe@blaby.gov.uk or in writing to the Lubbesthorpe Planning Application Team at Blaby District Council.

The consultation ends on 4th July 2012.

It is anticipated the Council will make a decision on the application in late summer 2012.

For more information visit www.blaby.gov.uk/lubbesthorpe, email lubbesthorpe@blaby.gov.uk or call 0116 272 7565

 

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