BEW: Hybrid planning application consultation

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1. What are your thoughts on the current proposals for the proposed development?

 

2. Please provide your thoughts on the local characters and features that you would like to see reflected in the new development.

 

3. Which of these sustainable features do you think is most important?

 

4. The proposals include a number of landscaped areas and areas of public open space. What types of landscaped areas would you like to see?

 

5. Are you supportive of the provision of land for a cricket pitch within the scheme?

 

6. Do you have any other comments on the proposals?