550 New Homes Planned for Sele Farm

What do you think about the quality and pace of housing development in Hertford?
Bob Deering
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Re: 550 New Homes Planned for Sele Farm

Post by Bob Deering » Tue 28 Nov, 2017 5:47 pm

Bob Deering here ! I'm afraid I'm unaware that you've been trying to get through to me. I can immediately say however that the prospective Sele development is very much on the SNAP agenda. It's one of the reasons for the Sele NP project in the first place.
Kateg28
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Re: 550 New Homes Planned for Sele Farm

Post by Kateg28 » Wed 29 Nov, 2017 10:05 am

Hello Bob,

Nice to see you!

Yes, I have received your reply on my other matter, so thank you.

Kind regards
Kate
TcfL
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Re: 550 New Homes Planned for Sele Farm

Post by TcfL » Wed 29 Nov, 2017 5:13 pm

That would explain a few things to me with regards to copying him in on transport issues and being left with HCC Officers who also also choose to not respond.
codek2
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Re: 550 New Homes Planned for Sele Farm

Post by codek2 » Fri 13 Jul, 2018 7:47 am

it has to be said the first half of this development looks pretty good:

http://hertford.croudacehomes.co.uk/ProjectDetails

*actual* houses, *actual* gardens, play space, and 100 "affordable" whatever that means.
TcfL
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Re: 550 New Homes Planned for Sele Farm

Post by TcfL » Fri 13 Jul, 2018 11:12 am

Would agree housing looks quite pleasant but wouldn't like to comment about size until the planning application details are there. I do, however, have reservations over vehicular access, esp onto/off Welwyn Rd, clarity on improved pedestrian crossing points for both roads, and cannot see that access points are suitable for running a circular bus service - application will possibly clarify points.
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