Developers appeal against housing bid rejection for Leckhampton

Land off Shurdington Road, Leckhampton Developers want to build hundreds of houses on land off Kidnappers Lane in Leckhampton

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Developers wanting to build hundreds of homes in Cheltenham have decided to appeal against a decision by the borough council to refuse planning permission.

Bovis Homes and Miller Homes submitted an application for 650 homes, a GP surgery, offices and a primary school on fields near Kidnappers Lane in Leckhampton.

An appeal is currently being prepared for submission, a spokesman said.

Permission was rejected in July.

A statement from the two developers said they were "very disappointed" with Cheltenham Borough Council's decision.

The land is located inside an area earmarked for 33,000 new homes, under a housing plan for north Gloucestershire.

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