Medburn villagers demand council action over housebuilding “chaos”

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    Pont News and Views, November 2017. "..Just a few years ago Medburn was a quiet hamlet of around 60 homes. But soon it will have tripled in size, once a series of approved housing developments are completed. Many residents do not appear opposed to development in itself; the principle of extending the village by building up to 200 new homes was agreed 15 years ago when the former Castle Morpeth Council’s Medburn Masterplan was published. But this framework for development assumed associated infrastructure improvements would accompany new housing schemes. They have not transpired....."
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    Pont News and Views, November 2017
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