The Liberal Democrats have announced plans to address the housing shortage in the New Forest and build more affordable homes. There are currently 3,813 families in the New Forest on a waiting list for council homes, down from 4,021 last year.
Conservatives on New Forest District Council have decided to do a deal with developers wanting to build an 80 dwelling housing estate on land north of Loperwood Lane, Totton.
Lyndhurst Liberal Democrats welcome the decision by New Forest National Park Planners to refuse planning consent to Pegasus Life who had applied to knock down the Lyndhurst Park Hotel and develop it into a luxury retirement home consisting of 74 new units for wealthy pensioners and 12 holiday lets.
The Government has shown how "out of touch" it is by declaring today that those in need of affordable homes are on incomes of up to £80,000. Commenting on the government's housing proposals today, including defining those in need of affordable homes as being on an income of up to £80,000 across the UK and … Continue reading ‘Affordable homes’ for people on £80,000 shows Government is ‘out of touch’
Lyndhurst Liberal Democrats are supporting the campaign to resist the demolition of the former Lyndhurst Park Hotel and the building of a retirement home of 74 flats for the elderly with 12 holiday lets. Objections have been flooding into the New Forest National Park planning department which will decide on the application by the end … Continue reading Alexi Sugden and Lyndhurst Liberal Democrats oppose the demolition of Lyndhurst Park Hotel