Developer unveils plans for up to 100 new homes off Charlton Road, Keynsham
A developer is unveiling its plans for 100 new homes on former green belt land off Charlton Road to the south of Keynsham at a public meeting this month.
A developer is unveiling its plans for up to 100 new homes on former green belt land off Charlton Road to the south of Keynsham at a public meeting this month.
Residents will get the chance to view Bloor Homes’ detailed proposals for the 4.3 hectare site, which was earmarked for housing in Bath and North East Somerset’s core strategy in 2014 and removed from the green belt.
Mark Crosby of Consensus Communications said the exhibition would provide residents with an early opportunity to view the proposals.
“The principle of developing the land for housing has been adopted,” he said. “A detailed planning application provides a more complete insight into precisely how the site will be laid out and includes the design of the houses, the landscaping and all of the other issues that contribute towards shaping a new development’s character and sense of place.”
The meeting will be held at Keynsham Civic Centre’s Community Space, above the library, on Thursday, January 28, from 2.30-7.30pm.