Wilton Park HAVE YOUR SAY
DEVELOPER TO HOST PUBLIC CONSULATATION MEETING OVER BEACONSFIELD HOUSING PLANS
PEOPLE in Beaconsfield will get the chance to find out the latest on the Wilton Park development at a public event this week.
Inland Homes, the developer which is planning a 350 home building project at the former Ministry of Defence site in Beaconsfield, is hosting a public consultation on Friday, December 4 and Saturday, December 5. People in the town have been invited along by Inland Homes to the event, at which they will be able to find out how the opinions and views they have given since the project was announced have informed plans for its planning application.
A statement from Inland Homes said: “Inland Homes would like to invite you to a public consultation on the redevelopment of Wilton Park on Friday, December 4 and Saturday, December 5. In 2013, we asked the local community to give us their thoughts on future development at Wilton Park.
“This feedback informed a Development Brief which provides clear guidelines for any development at Wilton Park and was formally adopted by South Bucks District Council in March 2015.
“The next stage is to prepare an outline application, which will provide more detail on the development and the contribution it will make to the local community.”
Inland Homes has already been given permission by South Bucks District Council to construct a new road from the A40 Pyebush Roundabout to Wilton Park in order to allow access to and from the site.
People living in Beaconsfield have previously expressed concern as to the impact the Wilton Park development, as well as other high profile projects taking place in the town and nearby, such as HS2 and the building of a relief road, will have on the town and its infrastructure.
The consultation events will take place at the council chamber in Beaconsfield Town Hall from 2pm-8pm on Friday and from 11am until 4pm on Saturday.
The next stage is to prepare an outline application