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T: 023 8086 4500
M: 075 4532 5209
E: dharrison100@aol.com

Councillor Davod Harrison

Fresh Housing Plan for Brokenford Site

Brick Laying
Brick Laying

I am pleased to see that a new planning application has been submitted to develop much needed housing on the derelict site at the end of Brokenford Lane, Totton.

The site has been allocated for housing for several years and a previous planning permission, given over three years ago, has expired. For whatever reason, the owners decided not to proceed.

Details of the planning application can be viewed on the NFDC website.

The link you need is here and the application reference you need to view the documents is 17/11557

As ever, I am to remain neutral on this specific planning application, until I make a decision on whether to support it after hearing and reading all representations.

However, please feel free to let me know your views.


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