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North Churchdown houses not approved by inspector

Calendar Posted 5th January 2016 by Justin | Category: In The News | Feed Icon | 0 Comments

Gloucestershire new homes on greenbelt 'inevitable'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-gloucestershire-35233377 Read more...

Public examination of the Joint Core Strategy housing plan started

Calendar Posted 20th May 2015 by Justin | Category: In The News | Feed Icon | 0 Comments

The public examination of the Joint Core Strategy housing plan started on Tuesday at Cheltenham Borough Council.

Here are a couple of news articles relating to this, the first of which contains the schedule. Read more...

JCS housing plan set to be submitted to government

Calendar Posted 25th November 2014 by Justin | Category: In The News | Feed Icon | 0 Comments

Cheltenham, Tewkesbury and Gloucester councils will submit the joint core strategy (JCS) housing blueprint on Thursday November 20, outlining where 30,500 homes will be built between 2011 and 2031.

Read more: http://www.gloucestershireecho.co.uk/JCS-housing-plan-set-submitted-government-amid/story-24552105-detail/story.html Read more...

JCS housing plan to be submitted to Government

Calendar Posted 8th October 2014 by Justin | Category: In The News | Feed Icon | 0 Comments

After the final consultation the Joint Core Strategy housing plan is to be submitted to Government with 'only minor changes'.

Here is an article with more details: http://www.gloucestershireecho.co.uk/JCS-housing-plan-submitted-Government-minor/story-23055513-detail/story.html Read more...

Gloucestershire planners '7,000 homes over estimate', claim campaigners

Calendar Posted 21st June 2014 by Justin | Category: In The News | Feed Icon | 0 Comments

Just read this article online that the forecast for Tewkesbury, Cheltenham and Gloucester by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has dropped by 11%!

Even though this means the JCS is over estimated by 7000 homes the councils are not going to adjust the housing numbers! Read more...

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