The appeal for the 50 homes on the land opposite the cemetery has now closed. The appeal will be decided on written submissions only, there will be no meetings. Although we made a number of comments on our objection to the original application, we felt it worth while submitting the following to the Planning Inspectorate.Continue reading “Application for 50 dwellings at Green Lane Farm Green Lane Badshot Lea”
The Neighbourhood Plan Referendum is approaching and it is vital that we take the chance to support it on the 12th March. The Plan sets out where and how much development there should be around Badshot Lea up until 2032. It will give us some defense against further unwanted speculative development but it is notContinue reading “Referendum Reminder”
The next litter pick is planned for Saturday the 21st March. Details below.
There were originally five sites in the 2017 version of the Plan. Since that time the Skylark Place site, opposite the village hall, has started the construction of 69 homes and is due for completion by end of March 2020. The Little Acres site will provide 94 homes and is currently under construction with completionContinue reading “Farnham Neighbourhood Plan Sites”
A wonderful turnout today to see the lights turned on, with a bonus firework display. Well done to everyone who organised the event.
Constitution of Badshot Lea Community Association The Organisation shall be called the ‘Badshot Lea Community Association’, hereinafter called ‘The Association’ The aims of The Association shall be to promote the common interests of residents in the Badshot Lea Village, and immediate surroundings, and work for the benefit of all who live here. This will beContinue reading “Constitution”
Our huge thanks to the Farnham Institute for making a donation to the BLCA to keep the website running for another year.
Please note that the BLCA website has once more received funding for a further two years. Our grateful thanks to the Farnham Institute.
Please find below a copy of a letter sent from the BLCA in March to our MP Jeremy Hunt.We will publish a reply when we have one. Dear Sir, On Tuesday evening we attended a public consultation for a proposed development in Green Lane Weybourne for 120 homes. This is approximately 200 metres from another Continue reading “Letter to Jeremy Hunt”