THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR FEEDBACK.
Responses are being analysed and will be included as part of the planning application which will be submitted to North Herts Council.
Local residents and members of the community are invited to give their feedback at our final public consultation event to redevelop the homes at Campfield Way, Highover Road and Icknield Way (49A to 75B odd numbers only) in Letchworth Garden City.
Information on the proposals and latest exhibition boards are available to view through our consultation website. A public consultation also took place on Wednesday 8 November at 30 Campfield Way.
Residents and members of the public can share their feedback through a short survey on the website up until Sunday 26th November 11.59pm before a planning application is finalised and submitted to North Herts Council.
Proposals for the new development include 157 new affordable homes with a variety of 1 and 2-bedroom apartments, terraced, semi-detached and detached houses. The scheme will also provide fully accessible flats, houses and bungalows in direct response to need. Every property will have access to a private outdoor area, either through a private garden or balcony together with parking.
Fiona Coulson, Executive Director of Development at settle said: “This will be our fifth public consultation event, along with one-to-one meetings with individual residents and more than 20 meetings with the Resident Steering Group.
“We’ve listened to feedback we received and worked with our architects to ensure the new homes are designed to reflect the needs and interests of residents, and in line with the Garden City principles. It’s important that we continue to hear residents’ views and from other members of the public on the updated proposals so that we can move forwards with the planning application and delivering the investment we know will be so important in this area.”
If you have any questions or would like to make suggestions, please send us an email and a member of our team will respond.