January 28, 2020A sustainable and vibrant community

Masterplan Framework Consultation

Background

Background Cotswold District Council (CDC) is preparing a Local Plan that will help shape the District in the future and land at Chesterton, Cirencester has been identified as a strategic allocation for a mixed use, high quality, sustainable development. Bathurst Development Ltd. is preparing an outline application for the site which will include up to 2,350 new homes to suit all needs, incorporating a care home and student accommodation
close to the university; circa 100 acres of public open space; a wide variety of employment uses; a new primary school; a GP surgery; sports pitches; an indoor sports hall; community facilities; and all necessary services and infrastructure.

The MPF has been produced to give a comprehensive Vision for the development as a whole, setting out key design principles to facilitate high standards of design. It also demonstrates how community participation has been undertaken in developing this Vision. The MPF is not a CDC planning policy document but plays a key pre-application consultation role.

The Consultation

Thank you for visiting our online consultation forum, due to the size of the Masterplan Framework document we have split it by chapter for your convenience (please see below). If you click on the download link it will open the chapter into a new tab on your browser for you to view. Then you are able to choose between filling in the online survey (to the right) or by downloading and printing a ‘Feedback Form’ (please see below) and posting it back to our address: Chesterton, Cirencester, 3-5 Barrett Street, London, W1U 1AY.

If you have any problems viewing the document or require any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact us using the freephone number 0800 319 6111 or alternatively our project email info@chestertoncirencester.co.uk

Downloadable materials:

Masterplan Framework Chapters

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