Residents to have their say ahead of Portchester planning inquiry

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Have your say

PEOPLE will have their chance to hear about a planning inquiry over a controversial development.

Fareham Borough Council is to hold a community action team (CAT) meeting on Monday, October 17 to discuss with residents about the Persimmon Home’s appeal for the 120-home estate on land off Cranleigh Road, Portchester. The council will provide more information on the inquiry, which is set to take place early next year, and how residents can get involved. The meeting is at Wicor Primary School in Hatherley Crescent, Portchester from 7pm until 8.30pm.