Family wants to demolish home to help disabled son

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A FAMILY wants to demolish a three bedroom bungalow and replace it with a new home to help their disabled son.

A planning application submitted by Mr and Mrs Bayliffe, of Knights Lane in East Woodhay has divided nearby residents.

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council's development control committee will tonight decide whether to grant planning permission.

The application was submitted in November last year after a previous application was rejected in September. The new proposal has attracted 10 letters of objection, and 11 letters of support.

The new two-story building would include a hydrotherapy pool, physiotherapy room and carer accommodation for their son who has severe cerebral palsy and is quadriplegic.


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