Members of the public are being invited to comment on plans for the Stoneygate regeneration.Advertisement
Preston City Council is gathering opinions on the Stoneygate Regeneration Framework draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).
The SPD sets out key design principles for a proposed “urban village” type development across four key regeneration character areas:
It includes plans for up to 1,655 new homes, pedestrian and cycling route improvements and public realm improvements.
The SPD supplements the Preston City Centre Plan, which was adopted in June 2016, and the Preston Local Plan, which was adopted in July 2015.
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A spokesperson for Preston City Council said: “It is the role of the SPD to ensure future developments are carried out in a joined up and responsible way that is in the best interests of Preston and Lancashire.
“Essentially it aims to create modern, sustainable communities with a mix of housing, commercial uses, good pedestrian and cycling links, public realm spaces and green infrastructure.
“All these are vital to sustainable and thriving communities that are fit for the future.
“The aim is to require developers to build to high design standards and to show what can be achieved, so that the area will become an attractive place where people want to live and work.”
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You can view the SPD on the Preston City Council website or in person at Preston Town Hall or at any local library (Harris, Sharoe Green, Fulwood, Ingol, Savick, Ribbleton).
Comments can be provided by completing the Stoneygate consultation form, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by writing to Preston City Council, Planning Policy, Town Hall, Lancaster Road, Preston, PR1 2RL.
All comments must be received by 5pm on Monday 23 March.
If you have any queries, contact the Planning Policy Section at Preston City Council on 01772 906729 or email email@example.com.
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Will you be providing comments on the SPD? Let us know in the comments.