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Masterplan will be published in June
On April 20, 2010
Whitehill Bordon’s masterplan will be available for the public to view and comment on in June, it was decided at the Whitehill Bordon Opportunity Management Group meeting last week.
The masterplan will soon be completed by the team at AECOM, previously called EDAW.
Residents will be able to comment on the plan from June until the end of August.
The masterplan will be published online and hard copies will be available in key public buildings around the town. Residents will also be able to request their own hard copy – but a fee will be charged as they are very large documents. There will also be drop-in events. More details on this will be published nearer the time.
The masterplan will then be updated in September and it will then go to the Development Policy Panel in October where councillors will comment on it.
The masterplan will then go to full council in November.
Wendy Shillam, project manager for the Eco-town, said: “The masterplan is an evolving document and will develop over time as the project becomes a reality.
“To move this important project forward it is essential that we consult with the residents of the town on an ongoing basis to develop our proposals.
“The masterplan proposes a strategic framework showing how growth and change could occur in Whitehill Bordon over the next 20-25 years.
“It presents an overall vision for the physical, social, economic and environmental improvement of the town to ensure that development takes place in a considered manner to deliver community benefits for the town as a whole.
“This masterplan is a document which will be revisited over the course of the project to respond to changing conditions.”