North Uttlesford Garden Village

Land within the parish of Great Chesterford has been included in Uttlesford District Council’s draft Local Plan. Key documents relating to the North Uttlesford Garden Village proposal are listed below.

Parish Council’s response to UDC’s call for sites.

Parish Council’s letter to UDC re NUGV 5th June 2017

Parish Council’s letter to UDC other matters 5th June 2017

UDC reply to PC’s letters 13th June 2017

A fuller list including some of the technical documents may be found here .

UDC Local Plan

The Parish Council’s Submission relating to Uttlesford’s Local Plan was deposited on September 4th 2017.
Click here to view.

There was a meeting held in the Community Centre on July 13th to discuss the plan and its implications for Great Chesterford.

The minutes are available here

Audio recording available here (courtesy of Audiominutes/Confabulate Ltd.)

The slide presentations are available on the following links:

How did we get here? – Tom Newcombe

UDC Local Plan – Julie Redfern


Great Chesterford

Great Chesterford  is situated on the River Cam, approximately 10 miles south of Cambridge and 4 miles north of the charming market town of Saffron Walden.
It is a picturesque village with archaeological finds dating as far back as 100,000 BC and evidence of a Romano-Celtic Temple, Great Chesterford is proud of its history. The modern-day village has many old houses of archaeological interest, and a beautiful and ancient church.

There are two pubs and a hotel, a thriving shop and the village also provides employment with its own small industrial sector and various small businesses.

Great Chesterford - a nice place to live...

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