Residents are invited to have a say over plans for a new 135 home development on the eastern edge of Hailsham.
Developer Taylor Wimpey is currently drawing up proposals for approximately 135 homes, including affordable housing, as well as areas of public open space, on land to the east of Battle Road and north of Harebeating Lane.
The proposed development site has been allocated for residential development in Wealden District Council’s Core Strategy, and also forms part of the East Hailsham Strategic Development Area in the council’s emerging Strategic Sites Local Plan.
Taylor Wimpey’s development proposals will be displayed during a pre-application public exhibition taking place at Hailsham East Community Centre in Vega Close, Hailsham, between 2pm and 8pm on October 3.
The developer said the public consultation event will give local residents, businesses, community groups and other interested parties the chance to find out more about the scheme and discuss the plans with the Taylor Wimpey project team.
Comments received from those who attend the event will be taken into consideration as the housebuilder finalises its proposals before submitting a planning application to Wealden District Council later this year.
Lynn McIver, Strategic Projects Manager for Taylor Wimpey, said: “As a considerate, responsible developer we want to give people the chance to have their say on development plans for their area – and this is why we are inviting the local community to find out more about our emerging proposals for land off Battle Road in Hailsham.
“We are confident that this scheme will provide an attractive development of high-quality homes and public open spaces that will positively contribute to the sustainable growth of the local area.
“Anyone who comes along to the public exhibition will be able to speak to members of the project team to find out more about our proposals and provide their feedback on their aspirations and priorities for the development.”
If approved Taylor Wimpey said it will make a number of contributions towards improving community facilities and public infrastructure through a Section 106 agreement.