Pitt Vale – update (5 April 2016)
The latest information on the Pitt Vale development is that after a meeting between Linden Homes and Winchester City Council, Linden Homes will be submitting an Amendment to their traffic management plan.
This will be published on the city web site shortly – and we will update you on the reference number when it is published. There will then only be 28 days to object to this proposal. The objections will need to be separate to the objections to the main application that you may have written.
After this, the completed application will go to a special planning committee meeting that will take place in June or July. It has to go before the committee due to the large number of objections already submitted.
Once we know the date of this meeting we hope to call a meeting of the objectors to ensure the views are made clear to the council. Should it go to appeal these objections must clear when submitted to the inspector. The council still believes it position has been made clear to the developer but we cannot afford to take any chances.
Pitt Vale Development – application
Please note the deadline for making comments (4th August 2015) has now passed. You can view all associated documentation at Winchester City Council’s planning page HERE and search REF: 15/01383/OUT.
You can download the objection of Oliver’s Battery Parish Council by clicking on this link.
Below is an information leaflet on the proposed Pitt Vale development, which will be delivered to every household in Oliver’s Battery (click to enlarge):
You can download the views of your local elected councillors, Cllrs Brian Laming and Patrick Fancett (Badger Farm and Oliver’s Battery Ward), and Cllrs Jan Warwick and Mike Southgate (Hursley, Compton and Otterbourne Ward) HERE.
NOTE this is SEPARATE to the Parish Plan mailing list, so you will not automatically be contacted by us – you will need to subscribe separately HERE.
15/01383/OUT | Development of a maximum of 350 no. dwellings including a maximum of 140 no. affordable dwellings, site for a care village suitable for the elderly, mixed use local centre, retention and enhancement of existing permissive bridleways supplemented with new pedestrian and cycle links, a network of open spaces and play areas, surface water drainage works, supporting highways and drainage infrastructure. (OUTLINE) | Land At Vale Farm Romsey Road Pitt Hampshire
Above is an aerial view showing location and scale of the proposed Linden Homes development in a strategic gap between Winchester, Pitt Village and Hursley. Also note the extent of land within Linden Homes’ control. Below is an aerial view showing an outline of the proposed development (click to enlarge).
Below: impression of how the proposed Pitt Vale development (and further area in Linden Homes’ control, shown in red) will visually impact on the ancient Yew Hill reserve to the south (click image to enlarge).