By Kevin Unitt 13/06 Updated: 14/06 07:50
PEOPLE now have a chance to comment on controversial plans to build 11,000 new homes in Warwick district over the next 17 years.
Warwick District Council's 'preferred options' for house building up to the year 2029 were unveiled last month, outlining a plan for about 600 newly-constructed homes each year along with the necessary accompanying services.
An public consultation has began and people can have their say up until July 27. A series of meetings will be held in local towns to discuss the proposals.
The largest planned developments are on land between Warwick and Leamington, where 1,100 homes are for ‘Myton Garden Suburb’ north of Gallows Hill and west of Europa Way, plus an additional 1,600 homes planned south of Gallows Hill and west of Europa Way.
Meanwhile land in Blackdown near Cubbington has been earmarked to possibly take 1,170 homes, land north of Milverton 810, and land at Thickthorn near Kenilworth a further 770.
Visit www.warwickdc.gov.uk/newlocalplan for further information.
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