Wendover Neighbourhood Plan June 2017

  |  Published: Jun 27th 2017
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The Feedback report on phase one of the engagement process, the February 2017 Launch Events, is now on the website www.neighbourhoodplan.org.uk.

Briefly

  • Concern about the transport system and its impact on people working, shopping, or visiting here. Improvements for private and public transport users, walkers and cyclists.
  • Housing provision must be affordable, and meet the needs of renters or buyers.
  • New housing needs matching and concurrent increases in the provision of schools, education facilities, medical centres, sports and leisure facilities, and places to meet and socialise.
  • A variety of shops, businesses, banking and other facilities in the commercial centre  providing for the community’s needs.
  • Encourage and support the development of new businesses through the appropriate provision of accommodation, a business hub/shared IT and other facilities, account be taken of the financial costs to businesses and means sought for their alleviation.
  • Support for the Green Belt: desire to value, enhance and preserve green spaces. 
  • New housing should be limited and within the existing built up area. The site at RAF Halton should be developed appropriately.
  • The imaginative and sustainable redevelopment of RAF Halton, supported by the necessary infrastructure, could be of great potential benefit meeting housing needs and the providing facilities.
  • Considerable opposition to development on any of the suggested sites given their position within the Green Belt and based on the public desire to preserve the Green Belt.
  • A need to retain the intangible benefits of living in Wendover, its built heritage, its community spirit, and to preserve what was best for residents and visitors.

Further engagement events planned are:

10 June, 12-4pm, Wendover CofEJunior, Strawberry Fayre

6 July, 3.30-5.30pm, Halton Combined Summer Fete

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