Brownfield land

BL1026a

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#BL1026a

Site address
Forbury Retail Park, Forbury Road, Reading
Organisation
Reading Borough Council (Organisation identifier is local-authority-eng:RDG)
Planning permission status
not permissioned
Notes
Allocation CR13b in Local Plan. Planning permission now granted on part of the allocation, see BL1026b.. This site would be the focus of the new residential community, and, alongside residential, additional retail, leisure and community uses at a scale to serve the Kenavon Drive area would be appropriate. It should include a new area of open space and enhance the frontage to the canal, including a buffer zone to the canal bank to reflect its wildlife significance. Implementing this policy may involve complete redevelopment or using new additional development to improve the existing urban form of the area.. https://images.reading.gov.uk/2019/12/Local_Plan_Adopted_November_2019.pdf
Site
BL1026a
Maximum net dwellings
1075
Hectares
3.97
Name
BL1026a
Start date
2017-12-15
Ownership status
not owned by a public authority
Minimum net dwellings
465
Entity
491193
Entry date
2020-12-11

Geographical area

See on national map.

Associated information

History

entry-date resource line minimum-net-dwellings site-address point name ownership-status site-plan-url hectares planning-permission-status site notes maximum-net-dwellings organisation start-date
2020-12-11 ec415c642b8d... 23 465 Forbury Retail Park, Forbury Road, Reading POINT(-0.962647 51.457687) BL1026a not owned by a public authority https://images.reading.gov.uk/2020/12/Brownfield-Land-Register-Maps-2020-BL1001-to-BL1055.pdf 3.97 not permissioned BL1026a Allocation CR13b in Local Plan. Planning permission now granted on part of the allocation, see BL1026b.. This site would be the focus of the new residential community, and, alongside residential, additional retail, leisure and community uses at a scale to serve the Kenavon Drive area would be appropriate. It should include a new area of open space and enhance the frontage to the canal, including a buffer zone to the canal bank to reflect its wildlife significance. Implementing this policy may involve complete redevelopment or using new additional development to improve the existing urban form of the area.. https://images.reading.gov.uk/2019/12/Local_Plan_Adopted_November_2019.pdf 1075 local-authority-eng:RDG 2017-12-15
2019-12-16 1ebc73d8061d... 23 465 Forbury Retail Park, Forbury Road, Reading POINT(-0.962647 51.457687) BL1026a not owned by a public authority https://www.reading.gov.uk/media/8109/Brownfield-Register-Maps-BL1001-1052/pdf/Brownfield_Land_Register_Maps_2019_1001_to_1052.pdf 3.97 not permissioned BL1026a Allocation CR13b in Local Plan. Planning permission now granted on part of the allocation, see BL1026b.. This site would be the focus of the new residential community, and, alongside residential, additional retail, leisure and community uses at a scale to serve the Kenavon Drive area would be appropriate. It should include a new area of open space and enhance the frontage to the canal, including a buffer zone to the canal bank to reflect its wildlife significance. Implementing this policy may involve complete redevelopment or using new additional development to improve the existing urban form of the area.. https://www.reading.gov.uk/media/10410/Reading-Borough-Council-Local-Plan/pdf/Local_Plan_Adopted_November_2019.pdf 1075 local-authority-eng:RDG 2017-12-15
2018-12-16 5bb8651c0adc... 24 465 Forbury Retail Park, Forbury Road, Reading BL1026a not owned by a public authority http://www.reading.gov.uk/media/8109/Brownfield-Register-Maps-BL1001-1050/pdf/Brownfield_Register_maps_1001-1050.pdf 3.97 not permissioned BL1026a Proposed allocation CR13b in Submission Draft Local Plan. Planning permission now granted on part of the allocation, see BL1026b. This site would be the focus of the new residential community, and, alongside residential, additional retail, leisure and community uses at a scale to serve the Kenavon Drive area would be appropriate. It should include a new area of open space and enhance the frontage to the canal, including a buffer zone to the canal bank to reflect its wildlife significance. Implementing this policy may involve complete redevelopment or using new additional development to improve the existing urban form of the area.. http://www.reading.gov.uk/media/8649/LP001-Submission-Draft-Local-Plan/pdf/LP001_Submission_Draft_Local_Plan.pdf 1075 local-authority-eng:RDG 2017-12-15

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