Residents invited to discuss plans for 259 homes in Horsford
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Horsford Parish Council are inviting residents to discuss plans for up to 259 homes on the edge of the village.
At 7.30pm at Horsford Village Hall, revised plans from developers David Wilson Homes will be discussed at the parish council meeting.
Councillors will receive a report from delegates who have attended a meeting with the developers.
A campaign group called Save Green Lane was set up in the wake of the planning application being submitted, with many residents promising to fight the proposals.
A letter of objection sent in by members of the campaign group said 'Horsford is an unsuitable location for 259 additional dwellings'.
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'A development to the north of the village will require any traffic wishing to access Norwich for employment or recreational purposes to travel through the centre of the village,' they said.
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