Newbury News Ltd. Print-Digital-Social

Second major Sandleford Park application refused

Council turns down plan for 1,000 homes weeks after rejecting 2,000 home plan

Dan Cooper

Dan Cooper

dan.cooper@newburynews.co.uk

Contact:

01635 886632

Sandleford

A CONTROVERSIAL planning application to build 1,000 new homes at Sandleford Park in south Newbury has been refused - just weeks after similar plans for up to 2,000 homes were also turned down.

West Berkshire Council listed 28 reasons why it was rejecting the proposals from Bloor Homes, which also included plans to build a primary school off Monks Lane.

Among the reasons was the developer's failure to provide an appropriate access strategy and the loss of playing space at Newbury Rugby Club.

For the full story, and reaction, see next week's Newbury Weekly News.

Leave your comment

Share your opinions on Newbury Weekly News

Characters left: 1000

Article comments

  • bruin the bear

    15/12/2017 - 11:11

    and now the vultures will flock in other sites some far less appropriate..."p" up and brewery spring to mind!!

    Reply