On the 16th November 2015 - Bramham Parish Council received the following email from Councillor John Procter

Dear Colleague,

 Late last week I was approached by representatives of Halem Land Management and David Lock Associates. Collectively they are promoting an alternative site to Headley Hall, Becca Hall. The site is adjacent to the Bramham Crossroads junction with the A1M and is roughly the same size at Headley, the indicative proposal could deliver up to 3000 houses by the end of the plan period with a total site capacity of 4000 to 5000 houses. The proposal would further include schools, some employment and a retail centre. 

You will be aware the consultation on Site Allocations concludes today, however, Leeds City Council committed to undertake a further round of consultation in the North East Outer Housing Market Characteristic Area as a result of The University of Leeds withdrawing Headley Hall.

 The Wetherby and Harewood Members have viewed an Initial Master Plan for Becca Hall and whilst in principal the proposal would appear to have merit there are clearly a number of questions to be answered. The site falls within the Aberford and Barwick and Scholes Parishes and their Chairmen have been made aware of the proposal.

 We have invited Hallam Land Management and David Lock Associates to present to the most affected Parishes first and then to a meeting of all Parishes and NP groups in the Area.

 Yours sincerely,


 Cllr John Procter

Chair of Scrutiny Board (Environment & Housing)

Deputy Leader of the Conservative Group

Wetherby Ward



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