Davidsons Developments have submitted plans for the land opposite Winter Gardens Way right through to Warwick Road. All that can be said is ‘what a load of crap’
If you enlarge the image and take a close look you will see that a number of the houses have the main entrance open on to a new path that will run right on the edge of Dukes Meadow Drive. As residents of Hanwell Fields we all know the issues regarding parking. These plans will only encourage people to park on DMD out the front of their house.
The design and layout of the plans is not in keeping with current design and layout of Hanwell Fields. Nowhere along DMD do houses have main entrances open straight on to the edge of the main road. There is at least a 4m verge. These plans are dangerous and inconsiderate .
If you wish to object to them then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
BAN2 additional 140 houses on the west of Southam Road have been rejected which is excellent news. Let’s hope they drop this development altogether. The other side of Southam road has started with 510 houses
Donger the Destroyer aka Amber developments have started to rip out the trees from the field opposite Winter Gardens Way. Work is supposed to be starting in the next few weeks.
This is part of the larger BAN5 development, which includes the persimmon development.
Also see: Ambers Revised Plans
Amber developments want to build even more houses further down the hill – to the north of DMD and up from the sports ground.
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There is an event booked at the Hanwell Fields Community Centre by Bellway homes to present a vision of their plans for East of Southam Road (Motorway side).
Bellway have a reputation for building ‘Affordable’ homes at the cheaper end of the market, with some pretty bad reviews (search google)
The event is on Friday 14th November from 3pm – 7pm at the HF community centre.
Let’s hope they bother to note the feedback given, unlike the devious bastards at Frampton’s (Amber developments) who in their reports claim there was only positive feedback to their plans.