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Have your say on Quebec Barracks
On January 4, 2012
Whitehill Bordon residents can now have their say on what happens to Quebec Barracks – by commenting on a set of guidelines that will shape how the site is developed.
Quebec Barracks are part of the Ministry of Defence site but this is going to be one of the first sites that will be vacated and so the Eco-town team are aiming to turn the site into something really special that demonstrates the town’s eco credentials.
Draft development principles have been drawn up that will guide planning applications on the site.
The principles also set out features that should be considered in the development, such as a green route and green links, a sustainable energy system, water neutrality measures and a sustainable drainage system.
The development principles have been drafted in consultation with the Quebec Barracks project team, East Hampshire District Council planning services and the Eco-town team. They have also been the subject of a workshop at the Standing Conference meeting in December, to gain wider community input and comment.
Cllr Glynis Watts, East Hampshire District Council’s portfolio holder for regeneration, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity to transform this site into something really special which has excellent eco credentials. So please do tell us what you think about it.”
Residents can comment on what should be included in any future scheme until Tuesday 31st January 2012. Click on this link for more information
Please email your comments to email@example.com or write to the Eco-town team, East Hampshire District Council, Penns Place, Petersfield, GU31 4EX.
The principles will be discussed at the Whitehill Town Council meeting on 16 January.