SHIPSTON-on-Stour residents have the chance on Thursday to look at proposals for 72 upmarket homes, planned for the south side of Campden Road.
Banner Homes is holding an informal public exhibition at Townsend Hall in Sheep Street between 5pm and 7pm.
The development would be on the opposite side of the road to Shipston’s proposed new supermarket, and both developments would controversially extend the town’s boundaries.
Mark Booth, Managing Director for Banner Homes Midlands, said: “This exhibition will give residents the opportunity to view and discuss our proposed plans for the site with members of our team and for us to take on board any feedback and comments they may have, prior to submitting a planning application.”
The proposed 6.75-acre site lies to the west of Shipston, adjacent to the houses on Oldbutt Road.
Banner Homes want to build a mixture of one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom homes on the site, which is currently farmed and is Grade 3 agricultural land.
Across the road, Ainscough Strategic Land have appealed against Stratford District Council’s decision to reject their application to build a supermarket, a petrol station, 54 houses, and a 130-home retirement development on land north of Campden Road.
The appeal has gone to the government planning inspectorate, and the hearing is due to start on 1st October.
Just up the road, Cala Homes recently won an appeal to build 112 homes and office space on the old Norgren site. Fighting the appeal is thought to have cost the council well over £150,000 of taxpayers’ money.
Banner Homes have been building since 1975, and their houses have an average selling price over £600,000.
For further information about the exhibition or plans please call the information line on 0844 800 3523 or visit www.bannerhomes.co.uk/shipstononstour
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