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LAND SOUTH OF SILCHESTER ROAD
Welcome to Manor Oak Homes’ public consultation website for our proposed new development at land south of Silchester Road, Bramley, Hampshire.
Manor Oak Homes are pleased to announce we are currently promoting a residential-led scheme on land south of Silchester Road, Bramley. The Scheme we are promoting comprises residential development, including market and affordable homes. Manor Oak Homes have now submitted a full planning application for 13 no. bungalows, (8 no. market and 5 no. affordable) and associated access, parking, landscaping and amenity space.
We have been engaging with Bramley Parish Council and Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council to inform our proposals. We will continue to engage with all stakeholders.
Public Consultation Event:
Manor Oak Homes recently held a Public Consultation Event to inform residents about our proposals and to gain feedback on our proposed scheme. Members of the Manor Oak Homes development team were on hand to listen to ideas and concerns and to answer questions.
The Public Consultation Event took place on Wednesday the 30th October 2019 between 4:00pm and 7:00pm in the Bramley Village Hall, The Street, Bramley, RG26 5BP.
For those unable to attend the Public Consultation Event, the exhibition boards are posted below on this page. Formal Public Consultation has now closed and all comments have been reviewed by the project team and collated into a Statement of Community Involvement, which forms part of our full planning application submitted to Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council.
The site is considered highly sustainable, being in close proximity to the centre of Bramley which has a wide range of public services, amenities and public transport provision. Our Proposals have been informed by pre-application discussions with Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council and Bramley Parish Council, as well as detailed site investigations. These investigations include the following:
- Landscape Assessment
- Phase 1 Ground Investigation
- Archaeological Assessment
- Heritage Impact Assessment
- Vernacular Design Appraisal
- Preliminary Ecology Appraisal
- Arboriculture Assessment
- Transport and Access Investigations
- Flood Risk and Drainage Assessment
- Topographical Survey
The conclusions of these key investigations are used to inform a constraints and opportunities plan, which is used by the architect in conjunction with information provided by the Borough Council to draw up a constraints-led residential scheme. This methodology ensures that any environmental impacts are mitigated, and that the scheme responds positively to its environment. It is critical that the scheme makes the best use of the land to provide housing that is suitable for the location and meets local needs.
Whilst we undertake all the recommended investigations using qualified specialists at an early stage of the design process, we do not profess to know everything about the site and its surroundings, which is why Public Consultation and stakeholder engagement is critical to the design process. We are therefore keen to hear your views, concerns and ideas on matters such as Public Open Space, Housing Mix, Connectivity and Affordable Home Provision.
Following a review of the feedback from the Public Consultation Event and Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council, we have now submitted a planning application. There will be a further opportunity to comment on our proposals on the District Councils website, prior to the Council determining whether the application should be approved.
Silchester Road, Bramley Exhibition Poster in PDF
We have published a PDF of the public poster for your viewing, click to download.
Silchester Road, Bramley Exhibition Boards in PDF
We have published a PDF of the public exhibition boards for your viewing, click to download.
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this download, if this isn’t installed on your device, simply click on the ‘Get Acrobat’, prior to downloading.
As part of developing our proposals, we would like feedback from local people about what this future environment should look like and how it will best fit in with your community and your surrounding areas.
We would like to hear your views on areas such as:
– Open space
– Mix of homes
– Affordable homes
There will be a further opportunity to comment on our proposals on the Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council website, prior to the Council determining whether the application should be approved.
Formal Public Consultation will close on 13th November 2019
FEEDBACK : Land south of Silchester Road, Bramley
Use our online form, left, or alternatively email:
You can write to us at:
Manor Oak Homes Limited
White Lodge Farm
Confidentiality assured on all discussions, no pressures or commitment.
Your personal details will not be disclosed to any third party and are only being used for the purposes of this community consultation exercise, with feedback incorporated into our Statement of Community involvement (names/ addresses will be kept out).
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MEET THE TEAM
Manor Oak Homes is a multi-disciplined company that specialises in promotional agreements and option agreements for strategic land opportunities co-founded by John Briggs and William Main in 2010.
We beleive in working on an open-book basis, building a strong relationship with clients, consultants, political bodies and industry contacts alike. We insist on working in a spirit of good faith, ensuring that we work in an environment of transparency and trust. We do not rely on a board, or the excuse of a board not to get things done, and will always pick up the phone at the first opportunity.
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