Collingtree Parish Council
The Parish Council responded to the Roxhills Stage 2 Consultation. To view a copy of the Parish Councils response please click here to download a copy.
Roxhills Consultations starting 9th October 2017.
Public Exhibition being held Monday 9th October at the Hilton Hotel, Collingtree from 1.30pm to 7.30pm.
Attached is a newsletter and summary document giving details of Roxhill’s proposed rail freight interchange at Junction 15 of the M1. The document also contains details of the consultation process which begins next week and lasts until 24th November 2017.
This document is already being delivered in the vicinity of the proposed development, and many of you will already be aware of this process particularly those within our core consultation area.
Details of a series of public exhibitions are contained in the attached, as are details of how to view details online and elsewhere and how to comment on the proposals.
On behalf of Roxhill
Milton Ham Appeal - Dismissed.
The appeal for the Land at Milton Ham, Towcester Road, Northampton has been dismissed by the Planning Inspectorate.
HAMPTON GREEN DEVELOPMENT
PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS THURSDAY 26TH AND SATURDAY 28TH JAN 2017
Martin Grant Homes and Harcourt Developments are together preparing a planning application to create a high quality residential development at Hampton Green near Wootton Fields, Northampton.
As part of Martin Grant and Harcourt Developments pre-application consultation process for Hampton Green, Developers are holding two public exhibition events on Thursday 26 and Saturday 28 January.
They welcome the opportunity to discuss their proposal and answer any questions you may have at either of the public events being held. These take place on:
Thursday 26 January 2017, 4-8pm
Wootton Club at The Old Red Lion, 2 Church Hill, Wootton, Northants NN4 6LQ
Saturday 28 January 2017, 10am-2pm
Hardingstone Parish Hall, High Street, Hardingstone, NN4 6DA
All the information being made available at events, including the exhibition display panels, project information leaflet and FAQ can be found on our consultation website at www.hampton-green.co.uk.
If you have any questions or would like printed copies of the consultation materials we’ve produced please do contact the project team by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or on our Freephone enquiry line: 0800 9889 141.
Roxhill Developments in Connection with the Prospect of a Strategic Rail Freight Interchange (SRFI) - Public Exhibitions at the Hilton Hotel, Collingtree on 12th, 13th and 14th December 1.30pm to 7.30pm
A series of initial consultation events being held by Roxhill regarding their proposals for a Strategic Rail Freight Interchange (SRFI) on land to the west of M1 Junction 15. An awareness raising leaflet which is being delivered by post to residential and business addresses across a wide surrounding area in your Parishes in December. In addition the Parish Councils will also receive a formal notification about the start of consultation.Click here to download the leaflet
The initial consultation exhibitions are being held at the Hilton Hotel in Collingtree on 12th, 13th and 14th December from 1.30pm until 7.30pm and will present information about the emerging proposals, and also information about the ongoing technical and assessment work which will inform the preparation of the application over the coming 6 – 9 months. These exhibitions, and the ongoing dialogue we’ve been having already with some Parish Councils, are the start of an ongoing process of engagement and consultation. We expect to have further individual meetings with you and other consultees, and a further series of public consultation events is being planned for the late Spring or early Summer of 2017.
The leaflet is also now available via the project website (www.northampton-gateway.co.uk), and the website will be updated on a regular basis when new information is available. For example, the exhibition display material will be available on the website in advance of the exhibitions. Comments are requested by 16th January to feed into our ongoing technical work.
Roxhill Developments in Connection with the Prospect of a Strategic Rail Freight Interchange (SRFI)
To All Residents/Parishioners
Proposed Development by Roxhills – Junction 15
As you may already be aware, there has been a proposed development of a major industrial site on land adjoining Collingtree and Junction 15.
The developers Roxhills have proposed a 5 million sq. ft. warehouse complex and rail link as an alternative to the ‘Rail Central’ scheme already proposed by Ashfield that has raised serious concerns for the likes of Blisworth and Milton Malsor.
At the Collingtree Parish Council meeting on Wednesday 3rd August 2016 (a meeting that was well attended by residents) it was decided that one of the measures we could take as a community was to follow the example set by Milton/Blisworth by forming a Sub Committee to work alongside the Parish Council to ensure the best outcome for Collingtree Residents and Parishioners.
A letter is being sent to all residents in the first instance to find out if anyone would any interested in joining the Sub Committee? Any interested parties are advised to contact the Parish Clerk by email at email@example.com
The Parish Council will then arrange the formation of the Sub Committee as soon as possible. Please give as much support to this cause as possible as the impact on our village will be immense.
Full information on the proposals can be viewed on the link below :
Updates can be found on this website or click here to see updates on the Just Collingtree - Planning Watchdog page.
The Just Collingtree Website has reported the following news on the two Bovis Planning Appeals.
The Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has just released (10th August) the Secretary of State's decision on the Planning Appeals lodged by Bovis on the refusal of it's two applications on land between East Hunsbury and Collingtree Village.
Application A was for outline permission for 1000 houses, a mixed use local centre, a primary school, reconfiguration of Collingtree Park Golf Course, demolition of all existing buildings, a new vehicular access off Windingbrook Lane, sustainable drainage systems and associated infrastructure including highway improvements.This application was upheld and permission granted subject to conditions on air quality, flooding and traffic.
Application B was for full planning permission for 378 dwellings (as a first phase of the 1000) served from a new access from Windingbrook Lane and reconfiguration of part of Collingtree Park Golf Club, including a new temporary hole 17, car parking, sustainable drainage and infrastructure including highway improvements.
This application was dismissed and permission refused.
The Secretary of State accepted the Inspector's view that Application B ( land adjoining Collingtree and the fields to the west of Barn Corner and the old Golf Academy) would impact on the heritage and setting of the Church and Conservation Area.
The applicant, Bovis, can appeal against this decision and also come forward with a revised scheme. It remains to be seen if the development scheme will remain viable and able to meet all the conditions required.
Click here to see the Secretary of State's full decision based on the Inspector's Report
Or click here to see updates on the Just Collingtree - Planning Watchdog page.