Last Updated on October 29, 2019 by Kingston Society

20th September 2019

Fairview Homes scheme in New Malden

Fairview Homes gave a presentation on the large proposed housing scheme in New Malden

Fairview’s first consultation took place in October 2018. Fairview has since evaluated all comments and feedback from local residents, community groups and Kingston Council.

Fairview have now revised their plans following a design workshop in January which invited residents to directly feed into the design of the scheme. This exhibition shows the new plans and they are keen to once again hear your feedback, prior to the submission of a planning application in May.

Neighbourhood Planning was originally introduced by the Localism Act 2011 and is a right which communities in England can choose to use.  By establishing a Neighbourhood Forum of people elected from the local area,  Neighbourhood Planning provides the opportunity for communities to set out a positive vision for the future development of their neighbourhood in ways that meet identified local need and makes sense to the people that live and work there.

Diane talked about the take up locally in Kingston, regionally in London and nationally in England, allowing more than 700 communities with made plans the opportunity to take back control over community development.

Coming to our public meetings

Unless otherwise noted, all our meetings are held in the Judge Lecture Theatre, Tiffin School, Kingston upon Thames KT2 6RL. Click here to see a map of the area.

Access is from the London Road entrance where there is free parking available, subject to other events happening at the school. There are bus stops outside and opposite the school entrance, and the main bus and railway stations are within short walking distance. The Judge Lecture Theatre is accessed through the main doors next to the new circular school cafeteria. It is on the ground floor and we believe you will find it accessible.

Meetings begin promptly at 7:30pm. Doors are open at 7:00.

Free admission for members of the Society. Members of the public are very welcome to attend and are asked to pay £2 toward our costs, alternatively they can join the Society on the night for just £10.

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