Cricketer Farm Development

The applications for the proposed development of the Cricketer Farm site are now open for public consultation

There are two applications. The first, for the highway works and traffic lights, is available on the Sedgemoor District Council (SDC) website under ref 36/19/00015. Click here to go the application page and then click the Planning Documents tab to download documents.
The Parish Council agreed their formal response to support the application at the (public) Parish Council meeting on 8 July. The deadline for comments for this application is 27 July. If you wish to make comments you can send them:

  • direct to SDC following the “Planning Comments” link via the webpage
  • by e-mail to planning.comments@sedgemoor.gov.uk (max 10Mb)
  • by letter sent to Planning, Sedgemoor District Council, Bridgwater House, King Square, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 3AR

The application for the housing development is also now open for consultation under ref 36/19/00016. Click here to go the application page and all the documents can be found on the Planning Documents tab.

There will be a Parish Council meeting to consider the PC’s formal response on Monday 29 July at 7pm at the Village Hall. The meeting is open to the public and there will be an opportunity for residents to give their views: please see the guide for speaking at Parish Council meetings here.

The deadline for comments on the second application is 7 August. It is helpful if you copy your comments to the Parish Council at cricketer@netherstowey-pc.gov.uk so that Councillors are aware of your views before they decide on the Parish Council’s formal response. Comments must be received by the noon on Friday 26 July to be certain Councillors have time to see them.


The Pre-application consultation is now closed
Proposals for the Cricketer Farm Site are still available here:
netherstoweyconsultation.com

Since the announcement of the consultation, a number of questions have been raised. Click here for the Parish Council’s comments on those most often raised.