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Land bordered in black earmarked for possible future development. L   ‐      New Forest District Council is reviewing its Local Plan and inving people to comment. The Local Plan, the document which shapes and directs development in the area, is being reviewed, because of significant changes to naonal planning policy intended to increase house‐ building. New evidence from Central Government suggests there is a need for 600‐700 homes to be provided annually for the New Forest district (the area around the outside of the Naonal Park) compared to the current target of 200 homes. In terms of Milford, land to the north of Manor Road, stretching from Lymington Road, to Barnes Lane and from Barnes


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Lane to Blackbush road has been proposed in plans submied to the District Council Cabinet for about 270 homes of mixed sizes, types and tenures as well as some public open spaces (see map for details). District Cllr Edward Heron said: “No decisions have yet been taken on where future development will be, but we are about to ask for comment from the public on possible proposals. Any land that goes forward to the next stage for development will be subject to further consultaon and a public hearing chaired by an independent planning inspector.” The nine week opportunity for comment on the dra document starts on 15th July. The Parish Council will seek to represent the views of residents to the District Council. For more informaon contact the District Council. Plans are also available at the Parish Office.


To adverse call 01590 643969 or e‐mail info@lymingtondirectory.co.uk


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