Have your say on plans for £4m housing development

The Northern Echo: HOUSE PLANS: Builders at work on a housing development. Library image. HOUSE PLANS: Builders at work on a housing development. Library image.

RESIDENTS are being invited to have their say on plans for a new £4m development that would bring more vital new homes to the local community in Darlington.

Tees Valley Housing is proposing to build 35 new much-needed homes on a site off Glebe Road, adjacent to its Woodland View development.

The new homes, which have received Homes and Communities Agency funding, would boast a range of spacious and contemporary new family homes for affordable rent and shared ownership.

Now local residents are being invited to view the proposals and give their views at a special consultation event.

The plans will be on show at Whessoe Parish Hall on Monday 27th January from 2pm to 6pm. Members of the design and build team will be on hand to answer any questions.

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6:30pm Mon 20 Jan 14

harry2 says...

Have our say? No one listens so pointless really
Have our say? No one listens so pointless really harry2
  • Score: 20

6:31pm Mon 20 Jan 14

Spy Boy says...

I wonder which bit of land is left on Glebe Road. It seems a little congested already. I thought that they had built on all the available spaces now ? That would only leave the Community Garden, the playing field and the bit by the railway at the end of the road that was proposed as a Traveler Site until that was shelved last year.

I wonder why those plans can't be linked into this article, so we could see at a glance who wants what and where.
I wonder which bit of land is left on Glebe Road. It seems a little congested already. I thought that they had built on all the available spaces now ? That would only leave the Community Garden, the playing field and the bit by the railway at the end of the road that was proposed as a Traveler Site until that was shelved last year. I wonder why those plans can't be linked into this article, so we could see at a glance who wants what and where. Spy Boy
  • Score: 8

8:46pm Mon 20 Jan 14

Jackaranda says...

Spy Boy wrote:
I wonder which bit of land is left on Glebe Road. It seems a little congested already. I thought that they had built on all the available spaces now ? That would only leave the Community Garden, the playing field and the bit by the railway at the end of the road that was proposed as a Traveler Site until that was shelved last year.

I wonder why those plans can't be linked into this article, so we could see at a glance who wants what and where.
Wow, could you imagine buying a house, then up pops a p!key site.
[quote][p][bold]Spy Boy[/bold] wrote: I wonder which bit of land is left on Glebe Road. It seems a little congested already. I thought that they had built on all the available spaces now ? That would only leave the Community Garden, the playing field and the bit by the railway at the end of the road that was proposed as a Traveler Site until that was shelved last year. I wonder why those plans can't be linked into this article, so we could see at a glance who wants what and where.[/p][/quote]Wow, could you imagine buying a house, then up pops a p!key site. Jackaranda
  • Score: 7

12:20am Wed 22 Jan 14

grandmab says...

They just finished wrecking Glebe road and now they are set to wreck it again. The minor work done by the last developer is not going to last through the heavy abuse it will take again. There are dozens of defunct factories and other buildings just waiting to be redeveloped but the council can't get money out of them as they are privately owned. Those of us living with the last building spree are left with vibration and a low humming due to the ground source heating they put in. Wish I could afford a lawyer.
They just finished wrecking Glebe road and now they are set to wreck it again. The minor work done by the last developer is not going to last through the heavy abuse it will take again. There are dozens of defunct factories and other buildings just waiting to be redeveloped but the council can't get money out of them as they are privately owned. Those of us living with the last building spree are left with vibration and a low humming due to the ground source heating they put in. Wish I could afford a lawyer. grandmab
  • Score: 1

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