Housing masterplan decides where new homes should go

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A MASTERPLAN on where more than 1,000 new homes might be built has been published.

East Hampshire District Council has produced its draft allocations plan for sites it believes houses should be built on.

The plan, once fully approved, will be highly influential when new applications for development come before the council.

In the report, Clanfield is earmarked for a minimum of 200 homes, including 207 homes on land at Down Farm, next to the A3.

Rowlands Castle is earmarked for a minimum of 150 homes and there are three sites allocated: 34 homes at the former Brickworks, 106 homes on land south of Oaklands and 17 homes off Bartons Road.

Horndean is set to get a minimum of 700 homes, with 660 of the homes earmarked for land east of Horndean at Hazleton Farm.

Forty homes are allocated for land at the back of 185 to 189A off Lovedean Lane.

There will be six weeks of consultation for residents to comment on the masterplan. A separate plan will be produced for areas in the National Park.