The Parish Council, Biddenham Society and a representative from the Village Pond met with the developers for the farmland West of Gold Lane on Tuesday 31st October 2017.

The prime issue under discussion was the number of houses to be built. Previously the Bedford Borough Council suggested a figure of 150 houses allowing space around the heritage sites e.g. The Church, Coffin Path and village pond. The developers presented a suggested figure of 300 houses.  Further details about the discussion can be viewed in the Biddenham Blog

The developers will shortly hold some displays on the development in one of the villages halls. This will be an opportunity for the public to input into the process. Dates will be posted on this website when available.

Comments (2)

  • Robert Cristofoli

    Previous housing and commercial centre development proposals on this land has been rejected because of Coalescence between Biddenham and Bromham. The Parish Council needs to discuss this major development in council and include it in the council’s minutes. The Parish Council have failed to keep the village informed to-date.

  • Glenn Taylor

    The more noise that is made against the Duck End proposal the better the chance of it failing.

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