O&H have put forward a planning application for the 5,000 four Marston Valley Villages to Central Bedfordshire Council Planning Department separate and before the Local Plan is to be considered by a Planning Inspector. This move by O&H sees the plans being considered in a different legislative process than the Local Plan considerations. There are … More Public Consultation open for 5,000 ‘Marston Valley Villages’
Central Bedfordshire Council – Email Update (see below) View the comments online You can now view and read any of the 6,275 comments we received during our Local Plan pre-submission consultation (Regulation 19) as they have all been published online. There is a magnifying glass icon next to each chapter/comment point, which you can click on to view … More Central Beds Publishes Comments to Local Plan
O & H have published the content of the exhibition boards from their recent public events for those who were unable to attend. https://marstonvalley.co.uk/marston-valley-exhibition-information-published/
Please see link to a newly proposed additional village just outside Marston Moretaine. http://www.marstonthrift.co.uk/ This new development is not currently on the local plan – but it is an example further large-scale development that Central Beds are exploring.
Government funding for final part of A421 upgrade announced 22 March 2018 Central Beds Press Release Central Bedfordshire Council has today (22 March 2018) learnt that it has secured £22.5 million worth of funding from the Department for Transport to complete the dualling of the A421 road from Magna Park in Milton Keynes to the … More Central Bedfordshire secures funds to dual the A421 J13 to MK ready for housing expansion
MMAG has responded to the O& H consultation on the plans for the large scale urban development of the Marston Vale. Please Click Here to View Visit the O&H website to view the visual outline of the development – giving indicative locations for the housing, schooling and roads at https://marstonvalley.co.uk/ chose ‘overview’ then choose ‘vision’. … More MMAG Responds to O & H Properties Consultation
A reminder that the Central Beds Local Plan Consultation including 5,000 new houses in 4 new villages in the Marston Vale ends 5pm on Thursday 22nd February. View Local Plan Overview Page View Marston Villages Page Submit your Consultation Comments Please note – even if you have submitted comments to other ’rounds’ of the local … More Central Beds Consultation on 4 new villages (5,000 new houses) in Marston Vale ends 22nd February
Alongside the ongoing Central Beds Council consultation – open till 22nd Feb – on the proposal for 5,000 houses connecting Lidlington to Marston Moretaine in one urbanisation larger than Ampthill; the land owner O&H Properties is launching its consultation of their plans. This runs till 2nd March and can be accessed via https://marstonvalley.co.uk/ Please note the … More O & H Properties Consultation – Marston Valley Villages
Please see below MMAG’s submission to the CBC local plan including the Marston Valley 4 new Villages – or Click Here to View PDF Version. A reminder that submissions must be made to CBC by 22nd February. If you have already commented on previous consultations regarding the local plan – you must submit your comments again … More MMAG response to CBC Local Plan Consultation re 4 Villages
O&H Properties have launched the visual outline of the large scale urban development of the Marston Vale. Giving indicative locations for the housing, schooling and roads. The website is at: https://marstonvalley.co.uk/ To see the map of development chose ‘overview’ then choose ‘vision’.
Central Bedfordshire Council (CBC) continues to consult on plan for 5,000 homes between Marston Moreteyne and Lidlington appearing to support a rebrand of O&H Properties former eco-town proposals. Consultation closes 22 February and MMAG will submit another response and encourages local residents to engage in the debate that alongside Bedford Borough housing plans will see … More Plans for a new town larger than Ampthill joining Marston Moreteyne and Lidlington still the Council’s intention