PARISH COUNCIL MEETS TO DISCUSS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

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A new development of 24 houses has been proposed for the East end of Lowick Village. This exceptional proposal has been submitted for planning approval by Conor Colgan on behalf of Pond Partnership and Lowick Hall Farm, and would be built on land either side of the B6353 next to Lambton Avenue and Kyloe View.

Expected to be controversial as it extends the village outwith its 30 mph limit onto green land, the plans will be discussed at an emergency Parish Council Meeting on Monday 18th December in the Village Hall. The meeting will be open to all to, and the documents received by the Parish Council will be on display at 6.30, prior to the meeting for those unable to inspect them online.

All who attend will be invited to speak if they so wish, once councillors have talked over the plans. All who are unable to attend can also submit responses on the Planning website.

The plans may be seen on the Planning Department’s website – follow this link on Lowick.Live: http://publicaccess.northumberland.gov.uk/online-applications, and use reference 17/04394/OUT.

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2 thoughts on “PARISH COUNCIL MEETS TO DISCUSS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

    HOUSING SCHEME DECISION DEFERRED « LOWICK.LIVE said:
    December 19, 2017 at 3:21 pm

    […] For details of the proposal, see the previous Lowick Live story: follow link. […]

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    […] reasons for these may be read at length on the Planning Website – follow the links to this story in the December 2017 section of Lowick Live’s […]

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