Moors Fields, Land off Station Road, Between Flitch Green and Pound Hill, Little Dunmow, Essex

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Following the closure of the public consultation we are now analysing the feedback received, and we will continue to update the website (www.catesby-moorsfields.co.uk) as the proposals progress.

The formal public consultation period for our proposals for Moorsfields closed on Sunday 12th September 2021.  However, should you wish to submit further feedback you can do this via the Have Your Say Form on this website.

We will be submitting an outline planning application with all matters reserved (excluding access).  Outline planning applications seek to establish whether the scale and nature of a proposed development would be acceptable to the Local Planning Authority, before a fully detailed proposal is put forward.

Where outline permission has been granted, and within three years of the outline approval, an application for the outstanding reserved matters can be submitted, i.e. the information excluded from the initial outline planning application. This will typically include information about the layout, scale and appearance of the development.

Both types of applications are required to undergo public consultation before submission.  Statutory consultees (eg. Environment Agency, Highways England, Natural England and Parish Councils) and local residents will also have the opportunity to formally comment on the applications once they are submitted and registered with the Local Authority.
 

Site Background

Catesby Estates has entered into an agreement to promote land off Station Road, between Flitch Green and Pound Hill, Little Dunmow, Essex.

Within the administrative area of Uttlesford District Council, the greenfield site is 34.7 acres and lies adjacent to existing development and the Flitch Way, a disused rail link which offers extensive walking and cycling opportunities for local residents to sustainably access Great Dunmow.

Uttlesford District Council is currently undertaking a Local Plan review, and Flitch Green is recognised as a Type A Village (Tier 3) and considered sustainable for housing growth.

This site falls within the Little Dunmow & Flitch Green District Ward Boundary and also the Little Dunmow Parish Boundary.

Due to the location of this site, and its proximity to Flitch Green we have contacted both Parish Councils, other stakeholders and local residents as part of our public consultation process.

 
Following the closure of the public consultation we are now analysing the feedback received, and we will continue to update the website (www.catesby-moorsfields.co.uk) as the proposals progress.

The formal public consultation period for our proposals for Moorsfields closed on Sunday 12th September 2021.  However, should you wish to submit further feedback you can do this via the Have Your Say Form on this website.

We will be submitting an outline planning application with all matters reserved (excluding access).  Outline planning applications seek to establish whether the scale and nature of a proposed development would be acceptable to the Local Planning Authority, before a fully detailed proposal is put forward.

Where outline permission has been granted, and within three years of the outline approval, an application for the outstanding reserved matters can be submitted, i.e. the information excluded from the initial outline planning application. This will typically include information about the layout, scale and appearance of the development.

Both types of applications are required to undergo public consultation before submission.  Statutory consultees (eg. Environment Agency, Highways England, Natural England and Parish Councils) and local residents will also have the opportunity to formally comment on the applications once they are submitted and registered with the Local Authority.
 

Site Background

Catesby Estates has entered into an agreement to promote land off Station Road, between Flitch Green and Pound Hill, Little Dunmow, Essex.

Within the administrative area of Uttlesford District Council, the greenfield site is 34.7 acres and lies adjacent to existing development and the Flitch Way, a disused rail link which offers extensive walking and cycling opportunities for local residents to sustainably access Great Dunmow.

Uttlesford District Council is currently undertaking a Local Plan review, and Flitch Green is recognised as a Type A Village (Tier 3) and considered sustainable for housing growth.

This site falls within the Little Dunmow & Flitch Green District Ward Boundary and also the Little Dunmow Parish Boundary.

Due to the location of this site, and its proximity to Flitch Green we have contacted both Parish Councils, other stakeholders and local residents as part of our public consultation process.

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