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Ashlawn Road Rugby Homes development David Wilson Homes propose 1,000 homes and a primary school to be built on land just off the Ashlawn Road, Rugby. Marrons Planning and David Wilson Homes and the companies involved. Planning permission is set to be submitted in June, 2014. This site is for news, updates and a forum for you to air your views. To contribute please head on over to the Ashlawn Road Facebook page, and request to JOIN. *How did we get the housing figures? CLICK HERE Council responses (Jan 28th 2014) "There are many reasons why this area should not be developed. It is a valuable green buffer zone around the Hillside Estate. Any development in this area will increase traffic on the estate roads, particularly on Norton Leys and Goldsmith Avenue and Charlesfield Road and Kingsway. Ashlawn Road too will be affected and it is already likely to suffer from extra traffic due to the new crematorium and by the enormous proposed development on the Radio Station site in Hillmorton. The two local schools, Rokeby Infants and Rokeby Junior were amalgamated six years ago to become Rokeby Primary with reduced pupil numbers. The County Council propose to sell the Infant School site for more housing. There are insufficient child and youth facilities in the area already so additional housing will make this worse." Bill Lewis, Liberal Democrats. Labour "" (No response) Conservative "" (No response) "David Wilson Homes are planning an outline planning application in June/July with a view to being on site in spring 2016" Luke Bennett "I am opposed to this development but aware that every single big application for housing in the past few years has been approved by Rugby Council. In fact every single big application for everything." Jim McNeal "I am concerned the over development will make flooding worse. My garden is always very wet, my path floods, the pedestrian path floods regularly. I am concerned that the traffic increase will have a bearing to all routes particularly Onley Lane .... an already dangerous junction children and adults have difficulty negotiating. It is a used and beautiful space, does the environment and our mental health count for nothing any more?Pictures posted already show appreciation. I chose to live on the edge of an estate to access the environment. 6,300 houses already planned A5, isn't Bilton Grange proceeding too? We don't have the hospital or Drs facilities. Ashlawn School is already larger than average." Sara Herrington "I am pleased to join the group as a resident of Hillside for some forty years. In that time we have seen a large piece of Green Belt eaten up by the Sainsbury's site and now we are faced with a huge housing development which would more than double the size of Hillside and Rokeby. I have seen no detailed plans for road access to this proposed development. My concern would be that traffic heading for town will have to join the Dunchurch road at either Goldsmith Ave, Orson Leys or perhaps Kingsway. All these junctions become congested at busy times and would need to be modified". Roger Nye "It seems protecting the countryside is never a consideration these days and we can’t complain just because it will spoil our view, shade our house and create more noise. There are a number of others reasons it should not go ahead which will impact on so many more people. More commuter congestion on Ashlawn Road, pressure for school places and pressure on services such as the hospital. The fields offer protection from flooding, concrete will not.” Nick Price Cllr Heather Timms, Rugby Borough Council portfolio holder for planning and economic growth, said: “This council has supported controlled, sustainable growth in locations of our choosing. This has resulted in the approval of the mast site and Eden Park, our preferred areas. However, the government’s latest planning policies mean we have to achieve an annual housebuilding target and identify enough land for the next five years, plus five per cent. If we miss either measure we have to consider any planning application against national policy, so we should expect to see speculative planning applications such as this.” (Jan 24, 2014) David Wilson Homes plan to build 1,000 new homes on open fields off Ashlawn Road. David Wilson Homes is proposing to build 1,000 homes, a primary school and associated infrastructure on land between Ashlawn Road and the Hillside estate - close to the landmark water tower. Carrick Casson-Crook, strategic land director for David Wilson Homes, said: “We are currently proposing to build up to a thousand carefully designed, energy efficient new homes, a primary school, public open space and associated infrastructure on land north of Ashlawn Road in Rugby. “These much needed homes will benefit the local economy through investment into local jobs and by significantly increasing local expenditure. As with all of our developments, we will endeavour to work with the local community and consult local people to further understand any specific concerns and help frame our development proposals as much as possible. “We are intending to submit a planning application in the summer of this year and as part of the consultation process, local residents are invited to attend an exhibition at Rokeby Primary School on Tuesday 28th January from 3pm to 7.30pm where members of the project team will be present to listen to any views and suggestions for the site.” The exhibition will be held at Rokeby Primary School in Anderson Avenue from 3pm to 7.30pm. Ashlawn School Catchment AreaDoes it effect you? Ashlawn School, with its excellent reputation and recent Outstanding Ofsted report (again) will become under greater pressure by the new housing. 1000 homes will see a large number of households with children who will wish to go to Ashlawn. The proposed site is approx 1.3 miles away from the school and is nearer than the current boundary and obviously far nearer than the villages of Dunchurch, Birdingbury and Willoughby. The circle indicates the area, from the centre of the school to the new housing. If you are outside of the area would your child get into to Ashlawn? Ashlawn Road Housing Development, Rugby. News Cuttings: Rugby Advertiser, January 24th 2014 Rugby Observer, Wednesday 29 January 2014 Rugby Observer, Wednesday 05 February 2014 Ashlawn Road Development 2014 sitemap Whois