Public meeting to be held to discuss Brough South development
A meeting to hear the latest developments on one of the biggest planning applications Brough has ever seen will take place this Friday, January 18.
The proposed £100 million Brough South development, a 123-acre site south of the main Hull to Doncaster railway line in the town, was given outline planning approval, subject to highways issues, by East Riding of Yorkshire Council back in April this year.
The meeting organised by the Brough South Liaison Committee will take place at the Brough Community Centre, within the Petuaria Centre at 7.30pm for any interested residents to attend, to hear the latest developments.
The proposals of the scheme, by a consortium led by the Horncastle Group, includes up to 750 new homes, a primary school, a major new food store, new health facilities, a business park, a hotel and pub and a petrol station.
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Part of the site includes a section of existing runway at the adjacent BAE Systems factory.
The scheme also features plans for a new road bridge over the railway line, the completion of the Brough relief road and junction improvement to the A63.
The scheme has caused controversy amongst many councillors and residents who believe the town is too small to cope with the development.