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Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and Hampshire County Council, acting as landowners, submitted an outline planning application for Manydown in March 2017.

Setting out the main principles for developing a thriving new community, the application is for up to 3,520 new homes, plus businesses, community facilities, schools and a new 250-acre country park.

More background information can be found here

Vision

The overall vision is to create a new community of connected neighbourhoods developed in a well-planned and coordinated way – combining the best features from Hampshire villages and towns with a contemporary sustainable design.

Find out more on the vision and proposals here

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Date set for planning committee to consider the outline application for Manydown

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s Development Control Committee is set to consider the outline planning application for Manydown at a virtual meeting at 2pm on Wednesday 8 July.

Fact sheets setting out the proposals within the outline planning application for Manydown are available to view here.

The arrangements for the virtual meeting of the planning committee are set by the borough council as local planning authority. For more information, including how you can watch the meeting, see their webpage at https://www.basingstoke.gov.uk/manydownplanning

“We have a unique opportunity to do something outstanding in the way Manydown is developed – high quality, well planned, well designed and well-built new communities that work and have first class infrastructure – learning from the best examples of new development in this country and abroad. I have pledged to do my best to help achieve proposals that will have wide support and deliver housing and other valued amenities. As part of this it is crucial that we had real engagement of the local community from the very earliest stages of this project.”
Cllr John Izett, Cabinet member for Manydown, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council