Shinfield planning consultation

 

      Yesterday I called in at the consultation on the construction of new homes in Shinfield.

        I raised several issues with the representatives of the developers. These included

        whether they would build homes in a style which harmonised with the existing village, as their display boards showed very different designs with no local reference or roots

         whether they would offer compensation to local residents close to the development and to the construction disruption

         whether they would consider buying by agreement any homes badly affected, and including them in the scheme.

                I am willing to pursue these or other issues for residents if they would like my help.

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