Queniborough Parish Council

Serving the people of Queniborough

Tags: Planning

220 Houses on Melton Road has been turned down

The planning application from Hallam Homes (P/18/0611/2 for 220 houses on Melton Road) has been turned down by Charnwood Borough Council's Planning deptartment.

We would like to thank all those residents who took their time to make their views known to Charnwood Borough Council and also to the MP, County and Borough Councillors who all raised objections to the amount of development recently planned... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 06 Dec 2018 13:46 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Planning

150 Houses for Barkby Road Refused - Planning Committee 31st May

The planning application for 150 houses on Barkby Road went to Charnwood BC's Planning Committee on Thursday, 31st May. The Planning Officers recommended that the Committee refuse planning permission.

The Committee refused the planning application by 9 votes to 2. The applicants have the right to appeal against this decision if they choose. Any appeal would be heard by the Planning Inspectorate based... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 25 May 2018 09:13 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Planning

More housing for Queniborough – having your views known

Parts of the village have now received a leaflet from Hallam Homes as part of their consultation on a proposed development of up to 250 homes on the Melton Road around and behind Three-ways farm. A leaflet has also been distributed by David Wilson Homes for a proposed 150 houses opposite the new development on Barkby Road. There are also still plans to go forward for 125 dwellings for the land behind... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 25 Jan 2018 15:19 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Planning, housing

Shape the future of the village

Shape the future of the village

Two drop in sessions have been arrange for residents of the village to have their say on its future. They are at the Parish Office on Monday 30th January and Wednesday 1st February from 7pm - 9pm.

All are welcome to come and give ideas on the future of the village.

Posted: Thu, 19 Jan 2017 14:06 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Consultation, Planning