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Last updated: Sat 25 Jan 2014

Barratt Homes exhibition now online

The full presentation shown by Barratt Homes in Nunney Church on Wednesday 22 January is now available online.

Barratt Homes Nunney

Click on the image to see the full prsentation

Barratt Homes has told Nunney Parish Council that it plans to apply for planning permission to build up to 100 new houses between Glebelands and the Nunney Catch Transport Café in Nunney.

The development would include a children’s playground and 30% social housing with priority for people with a clear link to Nunney, for example because their parents or children already live here.

The well-attended Barratt Homes exhibition on Wednesday was part of a consultation undertaken by the property developer to hear the local community’s views.

The firm promises that any feedback received will be used to help inform its proposals. In fact, there were already marked differences between the plans presented to Nunney Parish Council and what was on display to the general public this week. The plans no longer include 1 and 5-bedroom housing, for example.

Barratt Homes presentation

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Barratt Homes has provided feedback forms and a freepost address – which means that you can send in forms or letters with your opinion without having to use a stamp.

form

The address to use when writing to Barratt Homes is:

Barratt Homes Nunney

Barratts plans to build up to 100 new houses in Nunney
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FREEPOST RTEY-KRKC-ZEJR
Nunney New Homes Consultation
Ledbury
HR8 1EL

If you have any questions regarding Barratt Homes’ plans, you can also email their consultation coordinator Andrew Smith at andrew.smith@conversationpr.co.uk.

A second informal meeting organised by Nunney residents to discuss the proposals takes place on Monday 27 January from 7pm at Castle Kitchen café, next to the former Post Office on the corner of Castle Hill and Castle Street. Everyone is welcome to attend and share their constructive feedback.

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