Development of Land West of Mill Lane, Marston - Public Consultation

Project overview and site layout for land West of Mill Lane

Introduction to the Masterplan

The masterplan aims to create a neighbourhood designed around green open spaces, for use by new and existing local residents. The development gives priority to pedestrians and cyclists with a series of proposed access points that connect to the wider area.

The homes intend to deliver a 70% carbon emission reduction from current building regulations. This will be achieved by use of eco-friendly building materials and considering the use of various sustainable features such as solar panels, waste-water heat recovery systems and air-source heat pumps.

Housing Mix

  • 1 bed apartments = 12
  • 2 bed houses = 25
  • 3 bed houses = 38
  • 4 bed houses = 4
  • Total = 79 dwellings

Project Timeline - key dates (dates subject to change)

  • Zoom Question and Answer session - 3 November 2020
  • Consultation Closes (deadline for questionnaire) - 12 November 2020
  • Consultation outcome report available online at - 30 November 2020
  • Planning Application Submission - January 2021

Formal public consultation will follow as part of the planning application process.

Site layout

Land west of Mill Lane site layout

Image description: Site plan showing layout of land West of Mill Lane development. Features marked on the map include future housing development sites to the North and South. Pedestrian and cycle access to the North and South-East. Parking courts to the North-East and North-West. Gaps in existing mature hedgerow to the North-East. Apartment block and main vehicle access to the East. Access to farmland to the South-West. Green public open space, visual connection with neighbouring farmland and proposed balancing pool to the West. Hedgerow to the West to be retained. Additional landscaping to the North-West. Village green in the centre of the development. Connection to Old Marston via Mill Lane to the South-East.

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