Decision looms for three major Pagham housing developments

Pagham's village sign Picture by Louise Adams C131616-4 Bog Pagham Village ENGSUS00120130112153646
Pagham's village sign Picture by Louise Adams C131616-4 Bog Pagham Village ENGSUS00120130112153646

Nearly 1,000 new homes in Pagham across three housing developments could be given the go ahead tomorrow (Wednesday October 24).

Taylor Wimpey is looking to build 280 homes north of Sefter Road, Hallam Land Management wants permission for 300 units between Hook Lane and Pagham Road while Hanbury Developments is planning 400 dwellings at Bartons Farm south of Summer Lane.

The three developments have been vehemently opposed, generating nearly 3,000 combined objections.

The three outline planning applications are due to be discussed at a special meeting of Arun District Council’s development control committee on Wednesday October 24 at Littlehampton’s Arun Civic Centre starting at 2.30pm.

Officers are recommending approval subject to conditions in all three cases.

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