Hart District Council’s Local Plan, which proposes 500 dwellings and a convenience store in North East Hook and 100 further dwellings on sites “yet to be identified” in Hook, has been open for consultation recently and has now been submitted to the Secretary of State. Here is Hook Parish Council’s response to the consultation.
The draft local plan states that development at north east Hook will only be agreed where, “it can be demonstrated that it is planned in a comprehensive manner in accordance with an adopted master plan and development brief prepared in consultation with, and informed by, the local community.” It is understood that a draft master plan and development brief will be published for consultation in the early part of 2013 and that any planning applications will not be determined until this has been approved.
Sainsbury’s have published information about the store they propose to build as part of the North East Hook development. Inclusion of this link is for information only and does not imply that Hook Parish Council approves of the scheme described on the site. There is no equivalent information from the house builders that we can link to here.