Developers get extra time to iron out legal agreement for Horndean

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DEVELOPERS are being given extra time to sort out millions of pounds worth of improvements to a village.

Councillors at East Hampshire District Council agreed developers could have until August 21 to iron out a legal agreement with the council.

It comes amid plans for 700 homes to be built to the east of Horndean.

The improvements include highway changes, community and sports facilities.