Broadhembury Parish will be noted for the sensitivity and imagination with which it has met its affordable housing needs, employing clear principles and lateral thinking to provide quality living spaces that subtly enhance, and never detract from, the unique character of its built environment. The scale, design and location of affordable housing will have been realised with special consideration for the long term conservation of the parish’s special place in the landscape and of the unique attributes of Broadhembury Village.
Any affordable housing project will have been considered in the context of the wider ambition to promote and protect our parish landscape and heritage assets in support of our local economy through leisure and low impact tourism.
As a result of these and other initiatives, Broadhembury will be on track towards a small but thriving community representing all age groups and a diversity of occupations supported by successful local services, access to nearby work opportunities and workspaces. High speed broadband and a strong mobile phone network will be key factors in this transformation.
Over time, Broadhembury Parish’s approach should be seen as a model for others to emulate, offering a sustainable future that is determined by the community and free from the destructive social and environmental impact that would result from the ‘easy option’ of larger scale developer funding.
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BNCLT Trustee Sara ClarkeVicarage CottageDukes SquareBroadhemburyEX14 3NE
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