First glimpse of vision for new 400-home development in Humberston
ILLUSTRATIONS of a 400-home development in Humberston will be revealed to the public for the first time on Saturday.
Landowners behind the 64-acre Millennium Park housing development will meet residents between 9am to 1pm at Humberston Country Club.
Residents largely oppose the plans following an influx of applications on greenfield sites in the area.
The Hewson family has dedicated half the area to green space, including two lakes and eight woods.
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Planning consultant Andy Gutherson said: "The Hewsons have always said up to half of the site would be community space and the drawings will show this.
"It is a wonderful location, set in fields that can't be seen from Humberston Avenue."
The Save Our Fields campaign group vow to fight the proposals which come as Keystone Development's 400 homes plan is resubmitted for the Avenue after NELC rejected it last year.
Mr Gutherson added: "We recognise concerns will exist which is why residents still have a chance to shape this development and help create a quality scheme everybody can be proud of."