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Emsworth and Havant green gap homes to be debated

HOMES BID The area could be developed for housing

Published in the Portsmouth News on Friday 9th March 2012

PLANS for homes in the green gap between Emsworth and Havant will be debated next week.

Developers will present proposals for the former Manor Farm site in Hallett Road, Denvilles, to councillors and residents.

They intend to build 190 homes on land there.

The consultation will be held at the Public Service Plaza at Havant Borough Council from 6pm next Thursday.

Members of the public are encouraged to attend the forum being held in the council chamber and listen to the debate, with the option of completing feedback forms with their comments at the end of the meeting.

Developers say in building the new homes they hope to sort out the Denvilles area traffic problems.

The land, pictured above, has been set aside for housing for many years.

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