By Peter Hiller

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peter.hiller@peterborough.gov.uk

Up to 80 new houses for Barnack

The locally-anticipated Barnack application has now been validated by the council's planning officers. Gladman Developments Ltd, a firm based in Cheshire, has submitted an outine application for up to 80 residential dwellings (including up to 30% affordable housing) at land to the west of Uffington Road, Barnack. 

The scheme provides for landscaping, informal open space and childrens play area, with vehiclular access from Uffington Road. To view all documents and outline plans online visit: www.peterborough.gov.uk/publicaccess The application reference is 15/01840/OUT
Written representations should be received by 7th December 2015. It may well be this application is determined by the councils Planning and Environmental Protection Committee. For appropriate reasons it can be referred by either the ward councillor David Over or the Barnack Parish Council.

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