Rejected plans for 11 homes and community park in Bramcote to be appealed

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A decision to reject plans for an ambitious development in Nottinghamshire has been appealed.

The proposal revealed in 2019 sought to transform an 11-acre area of land known as Bramcote Ridge and donate seven acres back to public use.

As well as 11 homes, Bramcote Unity Park aimed to bring together three protected sites - the Alexandria Plantation, Sandy Lane Nature Reserve and the Deddington Plantation - to create a 39-acre area of parkland.

But following the planning application process both Nottingham City Council and Broxtowe Borough Council came to the unanimous decision on refusing the plan at a meeting in July last year.

It was agreed "the positives do not outweigh the negatives" within the plans and overall there would be too much ecological impact to the area.

Now, more than six months later, the organisation behind the proposal has appealed the decision.

Bramcote Unity Park Charitable Incorporated Organisation

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