Objections grow to 48 new homes
OBJECTIONS are mounting after proposals were formally submitted for 48 new houses at King's Stanley.
By Tuesday there were already more than 30 public comments on Stroud District Council's website about Lioncourt Homes' ideas for land off Woodside Lane. There has also been a "massive response" to a petition against the scheme said Tony Cooper, chairman of the Woodside Action Group.
"We are a rural area and in the last two years we have seen built or had approvals for 181 homes," Mr Cooper said. The 48 Lioncourt homes would be on top of the 181.
Vicky Bilton of Lioncourt, said they had consulted the community in the summer.
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"Lioncourt is confident that its final proposals will provide a sustainable residential development that integrates with the existing landscape," she said. SDC is expected to decide the application by November.