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BVRA DevWatch Alert - Planning Application For Homes Off Langley Common Road

BVRA DevWatch Alert - Planning Application For Homes Off Langley Common Road

‍Barkham Village

Residents Association

DevWatch Alert

Planning application for up to 50 homes off Langley Common Road

We advised you in July of a consultation by Anwyl Land Limited regarding a proposal to build up to 50 homes on land off Langley Common Road.

 

A formal outline planning application has now been submitted to WBC and released for comment.

 

The is yet another speculative application due to the lack of a local plan and as such should be rejected.

a) It lies outside the boundary of the Arborfield Green development. and would result in a loss of green space and associated wildlife. 

b) It will add further traffic onto Langley Common Road. The entrance is very close to both the Biggs Lane and Eversley Road roundabouts and could make the new junction dangerous. 

c) It will place further strain on already stretched services such as health facilities and schools 

The application can be viewed, and comments made at 

https://planning.wokingham.gov.uk/FastWebPL/detail.asp?AltRef=232490
Comments should be made by December 1st. 

Our previous DevWatch alerts relevant to these applications can be read on the BVRA website at https://barkham.org.uk/devwatch/archive/listing

We encourage you to make your views known to WBC. Please use your own words in any comments made. Your comments are important in helping us to prevent the over development of Barkham and the surrounding area. 

Kind Regards
BVRA 

 

Please note all previous DevWatch alerts can be viewed on the BVRA website at https://barkham.org.uk/devwatch


WBC is an abbreviation for Wokingham Borough Council

 

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