The latest update on the planning application to build house on the fields south of Church Lane.
An update on planning application 18/10035/OUT to build 65 houses on the Church Lane site in Trowbridge. The applicant, RPS, has asked for a extension bfore the decision is made.
We are posting the first part of our comment on RPS’s Preliminary Ecological Appraisal (PEA) of the Church Lane Site for two reasons: firstly the PEA seems particularly ill-informed about the park, the Lambrok and dismissive of their ecological importance; secondly, so that anybody who might like to comment before the public consultation ends on… Continue Reading →
The deadline for comments on RPS’s planning application 18/10035/OUT has been extended from the 14th to the 21st of December. The application had not been properly advertised at the beginning of the consultation period. FoSCP feels strongly that development on this site will damage Lambrok Stream. There are protected and vulnerable species in the park… Continue Reading →
RPS, acting for a named client, has submitted an outline planning application for the Church Lane site. The Wiltshire Council reference number for the application is 18/10035/OUT. This morning, searching with this reference produced this result:
RPS is preparing a planning application for a residential development in the field between the park and Church Lane; the field is shaded yellow in the map above.
Has anybody seen the owls? Two years ago, in the first week of March, there was a pair of barn owls in the park. They hunted over Lambrok Meadow and the field between Lambrok Stream and Church Lane where a developer plans to build 45 houses.
Deer on site H2.4, photographed by park user Simon Handley.
The latest draft of WHSAP requires collaborative planning for the three sites alongside the Lambrok.
Wiltshire Council has published its modifications to WHSAP at the beginning of a new period of consultation.