Time to review the long delayed applications to build on the WHSAP sites that abut Lambrok Stream.
Wiltshire Council has published its modifications to WHSAP at the beginning of a new period of consultation.
FoSCP’s Wednesday work party met half an hour early, in the car park, to discuss the latest developments in Wiltshire’s Housing Site Allocation Plan’s Examination.
The Inspector’s Examination of the Wiltshire Housing Site Allocation Plan (WHSAP) has reached the public hearing stage. Hearings will begin on April 2nd at 9.30 am in The Civic Trowbridge, St Stephen’s Place, BA14 8AH. … Continue Reading →
The Inspector, Stephen Lee, will be holding public hearings, beginning on April 2nd, at The Civic Trowbridge. Anybody can attend the hearings but only those who have applied or been invited to do so will be allowed to speak. The Inspector will accept added written evidence from representors until 5 pm, March 8th. Follow the… Continue Reading →
FoSCP’s submission Inspector’s Examination
Today, FoSCP submitted the report of their objections to the Schedule of Changes to the Wiltshire Housing Site Allocation plan. The plan proposes that land at Church Lane, Upper Studley and Southwick Court should be made available for development; we believe that development at these sites will damage the ecology of Lambrok Stream and subsequently… Continue Reading →
Wiltshire Council has finally opened a consultation portal on the proposed changes to the draft Wiltshire Housing Site Allocation Plan. The consultation period will last for six weeks; it began on Thursday, 27th September and will end on Friday, 9th of November.
The Wiltshire Housing Site Allocation Plan was submitted to the Secretary of State on July 31st 2018. The documents that were submitted can be accessed here.
Nine species of bats have been identified in the park, among them members of the UK’s rare, internationally important population of Bechstein’s bats that roost in Green Lane Wood. …
David Feather asks if the development sites alongside the Lambrok should have been allocated for development in the first place.
Waddeton Park have resubmitted their plan to build 180 houses on the land between Trowbridge and Southwick.
Wiltshire should not miss the opportunity to lead the way in developing a local Nature Recovery Network.