Meeting of the Dudley Council Monday, 29th November 2021 at 6.00pmin the Council Chamber, at the Council House, Priory Road, Dudley, and on YouTube. Item 5: Petition for Debate – “Save our Greenbelt”
Meetings Updates! Thursdays Meeting 16th September at DK Rugby Club, organised by Wallheath as One, Mike Wood, Patrick Harley and local Cllrs in attendance. Monday Meeting 27th September at Summerhill School, organised by Mike Wood, with local Cllrs and Planning Officers in attendance.
"As consultation is an important part of the Local Plan review process, the next stage of public consultation planned for Autumn 2020, has now been put on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic. This will also give us time to consider the impact of new and updated evidence. We are working with our Elected Members … Continue reading South Staffordshire Council Update
"This Vision Document has been prepared on behalf of Folkes Holdings to support the promotion of land at Lawnswood for a new residential development providing in the region of 475 new homes" Click here to read Document 1 and here for Document 2
"The development could provide up to 600 homes at 30dph or 700 homes at 35 dph. It is envisaged that this would provide a mix of market and affordable family homes, including 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties to foster the creation of a mixed community. A conservative estimate of the capacity for development … Continue reading Savills response to the SCC Consultation for Clowes at Lawnswood
It is worth the full read of the link from the Association of Black Country Authorities: "ABCA support the preferred spatial housing Option G, and the Infrastructure Delivery Plan, subject to: ensuring that sites selected for development are carefully located and planned to avoid areas of environmental sensitivity and green belt harm, and minimise impacts … Continue reading “Association of Black Country Authorities support the preferred spatial housing Option G”
"Birmingham City Council supports South Staffordshire in their preference to pursue Spatial Option G, as stipulated within the document (Question 6), as the most robust, sound and sustainable strategy for accommodating its own needs as well as contributing towards unmet needs within the HMA. This will enable South Staffordshire to test an option which could … Continue reading “Birmingham City Council supports South Staffordshire in their preference to pursue Spatial Option G”