Revised plans for housing development at Birch Close in Freshwater

A proposed Freshwater development has been reduced after objectors feared the ‘destructive’ effect it could have on their quiet cul-de-sac, according to the Island Echo

Nearly 50 objections against the greenfield development have been posted, due to fears of increased traffic and major overdevelopment of the area, including from the Island’s MP Bob Seely, the local branch of the Campaign for Protection of Rural England and Totland and Colwell Councillor Chris Jarman (before he was elected).

Revised plans have been submitted to the Isle of Wight Council by Tallulah Estates, cutting the units outlined for Birch Close, on formerly agricultural land, from 50 dwellings to 44.

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The Island Echo - Revised Plans for Housing Development at Birch Close in Freshwater


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