Taylor Wimpey to hold public consultation for development in Bilston
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and Hallam Land Management are planning to hold a public consultation for the development of more land at Seafield Road in Bilston.
The organisations plan to make a planning application to Midlothian Council for the creation of an estimated 250 homes through the development of further land at Seafield Road in Bilston.
Before the application is made, the developers are hosting a public consultation event on Thursday 12 September 2019 at Bilston Miners Welfare and Social Club from 2pm-8pm. The consultation is being carried out to ensure that the local community are fully informed of its proposals for phase 2 of the development.
The public consultation event allows Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and Hallam Land Management to share their proposals for the development with the public and to listen to their views as the plans for this key development evolve over the coming months.
Land & planning director for Taylor Wimpey East Scotland, Pauline Mills, said: “Our Public Consultation event is a very important part of our community engagement strategy for a new development, which allows us to discuss our development proposals for the area with key stakeholders and members of the community. We are fully committed to a detailed programme of engagement with local communities throughout the lifetime of our developments, and our public consultation event on 12 September at Bilston Miners Welfare and Social Club will give us the opportunity to understand and consider the views from as many stakeholders as possible as we develop our proposal.”
She added: ”I would like to take this opportunity to encourage the local community to pop along to our event in order to share their views so that we may consider these as we develop our emerging development proposal.”