A PUBLIC inquiry into plans to build 150 homes in Long Itchington is set to take place this week.
It follows an appeal by The Rosconn Group against Stratford District Council’s decision to block the development on land off Stockton Road.
The council rejected the plans on the grounds they would have an adverse visual impact on the rural setting of the village, its wider landscape and argued it was not a sustainable form of development.
A Government Planning Inspector will preside over the inquiry, which begins on Tuesday (January 27) at the Town Hall on Sheep Street and is expected to last four days.
Members of the public may attend the inquiry and express their view at the discretion of the inspector.