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Last chance to voice objections to plans for 400 new homes

Updated: 10:23 am, May 07, 2015

CAMPAIGNERS battling against plans to build 400 new homes on land off Crumpfields Lane in Webheath have until Tuesday May 5 to lodge their objections with Redditch borough council.

Members of the Webheath Action Group have long argued that, although they have no objections to new homes nearby – 200 have already been approved – another 400 is excessive, especially when combined with the 2,800 planned for nearby Bentley.

Instead they argue that a site at Bordesley, closer to Redditch town centre, Birmingham and the motorway network, is a more suitable location for a large development.

Residents have until May 5 to register their views by visiting consultplanning@bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk .

The planning inspector is due to hear the case on June 23 with a result expected within two months.

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