Category: North East Hook housing

Plans for 550 houses in North-East Hook

Impact of Rejection of Watery Lane Planning Application on Hook

At the same Hart Planning Committee meeting in September which approved 550 houses for North East Hook, another planning application for 300 houses in Church Crookham was also considered. As you probably know, the North East Hook application was approved,

550 Houses at North East Hook Approved by Planning Committee

Although there are still some further stages required before it will formally be approved, the outline application at North East Hook for 550 houses was recommended for approval by the Hart Planning Committee last night. This was as expected, following

Application for 550 houses at NE Hook to be decided on 10th September

The application to build 550 houses at North East Hook, the largest development in Hook for many years, will be decided by the Hart Planning committee on Wednesday, 10th September. It is being recommended for approval by the Hart Planning

Parish Council Planning Meetings May 2014

There were two important Parish Council meetings this week. On Tuesday, the Parish Council held their Development Strategy Committee meeting, which Rob Leeson attended. Two key outcomes from the meeting were: Work is expected to start soon on the Hook

Analysis of North East Hook 550 house planning application

The content on this page provides an analysis of some of the aspects of the proposed North East Hook development. This information is intended to draw your attention to some key aspects of this planning application and point out items

North East Hook Development Planning Application Live

The planning application for North East Hook has been submitted and is available for inspection and comment. The application reference isĀ 14/00733/MAJOR and the description is Outline Application for the development of up to 550 residential dwellings on 38.58 ha of

Reading Road planning application delayed again

Some news of another minor victory. I only wish it were the failures that were minor and the victories that were major, but it seems we’ll have to wait a bit longer for that! Tonight’s full Hart District Council meeting

Summary of Public Meeting 14th March 2014

The meeting was exceptionally well attended with approximately 350 people in the room and the hallway outside the room, and countless others being unable to attend because of insufficient parking space. The numbers of attendees at the meeting, despite the

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Public Meeting on planning with our MP

Our MP, James Arbuthnot, will be holding a ‘Meet your MP’ session next week with the focus squarely on planning. Date: Friday 14th March Time: 7 viagra gel.30pm to 8.30pm Location: Basingstoke Country Hotel, Woodlands Suite Also attending to hear