Charlton Parish Council has called an Extraordinary Meeting on Tuesday 4th February at 8.00pm in the Church Hall to consider the planning application for the Proposed Goch Way Estate.
The public will have the opportunity to speak and let the Parish Council know their views. After the meeting it is planned that instruction and demonstrations on how to send comments to Test Valley Borough Council will be given.
The proposal is for 85 residential dwellings (including up to 40% affordable housing), structural planting and landscaping, informal open space, children’s play areas, surface water attenuation, vehicular access from Goch Way and associated ancillary works.
The plans show it as effectively “filling in” the area between the rear of Armstrong Rise in Charlton and Saxon Way.
The application was made by Terence O’Rourke on behalf of Gleeson Developments Ltd. Full details can be seen on the TVBC planning system here.