PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF 120 DWELLINGS AT EGGINTON ROAD (CHESTNUT GROVE SIDE) (Last Update 14/3/15)
OUTLINE PLANNING APPLICATION WITH MEANS OF SITE ACCESS FROM EGGINTON ROAD TO BE DETERMINED (ALL OTHER MATTERS RESERVED FOR SUBSEQUENT APPROVAL), FOR THE ERECTION OF UP TO 120 DWELLINGS (CLASS C3); EARTHWORKS; DRAINAGE WORKS; STRUCTURAL LANDSCAPING; FORMAL AND INFORMAL OPEN SPACE; CAR PARKING; SITE REMEDIATION; AND ALL OTHER ANCILLARY AND ENABLING WORKS AT LAND AT SK2631 6820 EGGINTON ROAD ETWALL DERBY
Please click here for details of this application
A second planning application has been received for this same site reference 9 2015 0877 relating to other aspects of the application. This is an outline application with all matters reserved for subsequent approval for provision of earthworks; drainage works including balancing ponds and pumping station; structural landscaping; informal open space including pedestrian linkage; site remediation and all other ancillary and enabling works at land at SK 2631 6820 Egginton Road. Details of this second application are available by clicking here
The planning applications for up to 120 dwellings and a second application for earthworks, drainage, balancing ponds etc for the same site will be going before the South Derbyshire District Council’s Planning Committee on 22nd March. Please click on the link below and go to item 5 for details of the report that is being put before the committee http://south-derbys.cmis.uk.com/south-derbys/Meetings/tabid/70/ctl/ViewMeetingPublic/mid/397/Meeting/1894/Committee/397/SelectedTab/Documents/Default.aspx
A brief presentation was given by Mr Crowe of Barton Willmore Planning Consultants on the proposed development of land at Egginton Road at the meeting of Etwall Parish Council on 6th October. A copy of the plan circulated at this meeting can be downloaded here.
A leaflet drop to the closest 500 properties with details of the proposals is likely to take place in early November and boards showing the proposals are to be displayed in prominent positions in the village. The Chairman invited Barton Willmore to hold a public meeting and a decision on this is awaited. They hope to submit an outline planning application by the end of the year.