Controversial new plans to build 124 homes on an area of green belt land in Beck Row have been submitted to the district council.
The plans, which would see the new homes built behind an established residential site in Rozel Court, were submitted to Forest Heath District Council’s planning department earlier this month by applicant Aspal Limited.
News of the plans being submitted have not gone down well with those residents living in Rozel Court who first aired concerns about the then potential plans back in July.
“Most of us on here are very angry and disappointed that these plans have been submitted,” said Terry Revill, Rozel Court resident.
“We are continually talking with each other and to the parish council to figure out ways to stop this.
“The parish council have been helpful as they are the people that live here and know the area’s problems.”
At a meeting held in the village back in July Amy Richardson of Taylor Vinters spoke on behalf of the developers to outline the plans for the site.
As part of the development she claimed that new community space would be provided, while 30 per cent of the homes built would be affordable homes.