20/01650/FUL (Please quote this in all communications)


Redditch Borough and Stratford-on-Avon District - Cross Boundary Development - Erection of 236 homes with open space, landscaping, drainage, infrastructure and other associated works - 

comprising 207 new homes in Redditch and 29 new homes in Stratford on Avon (Stratford on Avon application ref; 21/00204/FUL)


Land Off Far Moor Lane And West Of The A435 Birmingham Road, Far Moor Lane, Redditch, Worcestershire


Morris Homes Ltd

I am writing to you again to tell you that we have received an amendment to that proposal and invite you to view and comment on these changes.

All new and updated documents and plans are highlighted in yellow on the Mappleborough Woods Redditch Drawing Register Rev E which can be found on public access. The Design and Access Statement Addendum outlines changes that have been made, and set out how specific issues which affect access to the development have been addressed. It is recommended that you review this document before the other documents and plans.

The way you can view and comment on these plans remains the same as my earlier letter to you and are listed below for your information, with the relevant timescales.


A copy of this application, any accompanying plans and associated documents may be inspected online via the following link: http://publicaccess.bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk/online-applications/. Unfortunately during the COVID-19 pandemic it is not possible to provide a paper copy of the application and its associated documents, but if you have any questions please ring the case officer on 01527 881323.


If you do wish to make any comments you should do so within 31 days from the date of this letter, which will be the 17th January 2022

You can comment by either:-

Visiting the Council’s website and using the online comments facility which can be found athttp://publicaccess.bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk/online-applications/.

by emailingpaul.lester@bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk,

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are encouraging customers to avoid sending a paper response through the post but to comment on applications using Public Access via the Council’s website. Should you still wish to submit paper correspondence, please contact the Case Officer using the telephone number above as soon as possible.

It is important that you use a valid email address or postal address as the Council may use this to communicate future information regarding the application as the consideration of the scheme progresses.

Please note

All comments received will be considered as part of the planning application process although we do not write to you to confirm receipt of your correspondence. All representations received will be made available for public inspection via our website.

In the event of an appeal being made in respect of this application, any representations you make will be sent to the Secretary of State.

Yours sincerely

Mr Paul Lester

Case Officer