NEW Planning Application Submitted for 222 Homes in Hooe Quarry, 11-01250-FUL

August 18, 2011 | By | 4 Replies More

The existing Hooe Quarry site for the proposed development of 222 Homes

Notice for PLANNING IN HOOE QUARRY 222 houses has now been proposed.

Re-development of Hooe Quarry site by erection of 222 new dwellings, provision of new public open space, ancillary access roads, improvements to Barton Road and associated works

The full planning details can be found here 
Here is an easy link to all the planning documents submitted

If you are against this proposal then please register your comments ASAP on the PCC website HERE before 13th September 2011 or write to the address below.

Please also sign the Hooe Quarry Petition here if you haven’t already done so.

The original post on the Hooe Quarry proposal and comments can be found here

See also another post on the original Development proposal here

11/01250/FUL View Details
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Site Address: LAND OFF BARTON ROAD
HOOE LAKE PLYMSTOCK
Description: Re-development of site by erection of 222 new dwellings, provision of new public open space, ancillary access roads, improvements to Barton Road and associated works
Received Date: 27/07/11

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  1. JohnW says:

    Turnchapel and Mount Batten Residents Association

    Do you want: Mass over development?
    Greatly limited access to your local schools, doctors’ surgeries and dentists?
    Well over 500 more vehicles utilizing an already heavily congested road system.
    This will affect everyone!

    Exercise your democratic right and write to:
    Robert Heard,
    Plymouth City Council
    Development Management Planning services,
    Floor 9
    Civic Centre
    Plymouth,
    PL1 2EW

    Quoting Application No: 11/01250/FUL

    Write before 13th of September 2011
    (Late letters will be accepted up to end of September/ beginning October 2011)

  2. Lisa Renfree says:

    What a fantastic opportunity to create a sustainable development in the local area. The efforts of the developer should be applauded.

  3. andy says:

    lisa, i assume your tongue is firmly in your cheek?

  4. RwalWorld says:

    The web appears to be littered with unhappy customers…
    Interested to read what other customers think of their Barratt Homes Experience?
    http://www.grumbletext.co.uk/vt.php?t=110
    http://www.snagging.org/?s=barratt
    http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/real-estate-services/barratt-homes/reviews/

    Don’t let them build such cheap & inferior budget housing

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