Housing estate of more than 500 homes proposed for edge of Northampton

A total of 525 one and four-bedroomed houses could be built near Hardingstone.

Tuesday, 10th January 2017, 9:48 pm
Updated Tuesday, 10th January 2017, 9:52 pm
A map of the proposed Hampton Green site, which would be built near Hardingstone

A consultation has opened for five weeks between January 9 and February 10 for public views on the plans by Martin Green Homes and Harcourt Developments.

An area has been earmarked south east of the village for houses a children's play area, wooded areas, allotments and a dog walking circuit for existing and new residents.

Newport Pagnell Road would also have a new roundabout to access the site. A stretch of the nearby estate would also be downgraded into a pedestrian and cycle green link.

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Two exhibition events will be held for the public to attend and give feedback on the plans.

The first event is at Wootton Club at the Old Red Lion, 2 Church Hill, Wootton, Nortants, NN4 6LQ on January 26 between 4-8pm.

The second is at Hardingstone Parish Hall, High Street, Hardingstone, NN4 6DA on 28 January between 10am-2pm.

People can submit feedback onlne at www.hampton-green.co.uk or in writing by filling in a feedback form which can be handed back at an exhibition.

For more information, call 0800 9889 141 or email [email protected]