See the plans for the regeneration of Sible Hedingham

RESIDENTS are being invited to help shape plans for the development of the former Premdor site and adjoining Rockways premises in Sible Hedingham.

An exhibition showing how the area could look with new opportunities for housing, employment, riverside nature reserve and community facilities will go on display at Sible Hedingham Village Hall on Tuesday June 12 between 12noon and 7pm.

Representatives from the developer and Braintree District Council will be on hand to answer any questions.

The exhibition is being organised by Bloor Homes, in conjunction with the district council, to enable members of the public to view the emerging development proposals for the Sible Hedingham regeneration site.

Cllr Lady Patricia Newton, cabinet member for Enterprise, Housing and Development, said: “I hope that many people will go along to this exhibition, either at the village hall or the parish council offices, or will view the plans online and give their views.


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“It’s good to see progress being made on transforming this vacant site into an attractive and bustling area that has much potential to add to the community life and prosperity of the village.”

The exhibition will then be on display at the Sible Hedingham Parish Council Offices at 75 Swan Street, Sible Hedingham between June 13-22 inclusive during normal opening hours.

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You can also see the exhibition and comment on the proposals by going to bloorhomes.com/siblehedingham. Comments can also be submitted via e-mail to lee@polityuk.com. The consultation period will be open for one month and comments should be received no later than July 10.

For queries regarding the exhibition, contact Lee Jameson at Polity on 020 7242 0170 or e-mail at lee@polityuk.com.

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