East Aylesbury Homes Plan Goes On Display
8:27am 19th November 2011
Plans to build 2,500 homes to the East of Aylesbury go on show today.
Barratt Developments and Ashfield Land want to build the homes on the 25 acres of land south of Bierton between the A418, through Broughton and towards the A41.
The company are also suggesting new link roads from the A418 to the A41 and from the new estate to Stocklake.
But the proposals don't just include homes and roads - with a desire to build 2 new primary schools; provide a site for a secondary school AND create strategic flood defences AS WELL as a Wetlands Nature Reserve.
The plans are on show at the Holiday Inn in Weston Turville until 4pm for the public's views.
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