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New homes could be built on land around former farm house in Stoke Bardolph

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A developer has announced plans to build new properties on land around a former farm house, in Stoke Bardolph.

The new builds would be constructed on land around Stoke House on St Luke’s Way in the village. The former farm house would remain and be restored.

17 new buildings are planned for the land once former agricultural buildings are demolished.

Plans for the site (IMAGE: Northern Trust)

The plans have been revealed by Northern Trust – a property redevelopment company.

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A spokesman said: “Proposal for re-development of footprint of agricultural buildings and extensive hard standing for 17 new build dwellings has been through public consultation and well received.

“We are currently in pre-application negotiations with the Local Planning Authority.”

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2 COMMENTS

  1. They have not consulted people in Stoke Bardolph, i live there and no one has asked my opinion on the development. they tried a few years ago, and i believe it was too expensive to do, people also wernt happy about it last time either.

  2. There are enough housing developments in the area, can we not keep Stoke Bardolph protected, or the village and all its history and heritage will be destroyed for the sake of financial gain again!!

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