Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Public exhibition to be held on Withnoe Farm plans

Wain Homes are holding a public exhibition to get opinions on a scheme to build housing at Withnoe Farm, Launceston. The event takes place at Launceston College from 12 noon until 7pm on 30th July.

The site is next to Hay Common where permission has already been granted for new homes and a new primary school. It is south of the A388 Plymouth Road and the slip road onto the A30.

Public exhibitions such as this are a useful first stage in any major scheme as they allow developers to understand the views of the public and to make changes to their proposals before the formalities of the planning system start.




3 comments:

David said...

I'm waiting for nearly three weeks to see my doctor, more housing is going to make this worse. Launceston desperately needs to spend money on essential infrastructure before allowing more farmland is buried in asphalt. There are so many places in town that need development.

David said...

I'm waiting for nearly three weeks to see my doctor, more housing is going to make this worse. Launceston desperately needs to spend money on essential infrastructure before allowing more farmland is buried in asphalt. There are so many places in town that need development.

Trevor Horn said...

I think there are too many development sites for launceston , as the previous comments state we are struggling to serve the locals at the moment for health, education, and policing etc in the town. also traffic at times is at a stand still early mornings and late afternoons. we do not have the facilities in the town to cater for our youngsters. this proposed development is not needed and will not enhance the quality of life for all concerned who live in or around Launceston.