Knowle residents can have their say on plans for new town

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Have your say

RESIDENTS in Knowle will tomorrow get to have their say on plans to build thousands of homes north of Fareham.

Fareham Borough Council has already unveiled four main options on how the town should be built on green space between Fareham and Wickham at the first of a series of consultation exhibitions.

The options range from 6,650 to 7,250 homes with new access from the A32 to junction 11 of the M27, to the same but without the link road and improving junction 10 instead, a third of 6,300 to 6,850 homes and a final option of 5,400 to 5,900 homes, all to the west of the A32.

Tomorrow’s exhibition will be held at Knowle Village Hall between 4pm and 7pm.

The last one will be held at Wickham Community Centre, Mill Lane, Wickham, on Thursday between the same times.