Published: 17th Oct 2019

Fareham Borough Council has granted outline planning permission for a new garden village in Hampshire, with up to 6,000 homes. The council’s planning committee has approved the application from developers Buckland Development for Welborne Garden Village and a new community with supporting shops and community facilities, employment space, schools, parks and open spaces. The proposals also include detailed plans for the redesign of Junction 10 of the M27 and other changes to the local road network. A detailed planning agreement between the local authority and Buckland Development will now be finalised over the coming months. In a statement, the council said there remains a significant funding gap for work on Junction 10 of the M27. It added that lobbying for funding from government will now begin and development will not be able to commence until all the funding is in place. Planning committee chairman, Cllr Nick Walker said it was … (To read the full article, subscribe below)