MORE public feedback is needed following changes to the proposed Manydown development plans.

Following a previous public consultation period for the development which will see 3,200 homes build in Basingstoke, a revised proposal has been put forward.

The main focus is revised plans for the access junctions at the north, from the A339, and south, from the B3400 Worting Road, to the new development.

These have been made in response to comments from the highways authority and from the public consultation. Further changes have also been made to reduce the height of buildings in sensitive areas around the edge of the Worting Conservation Area.

The original plans were submitted by joint landowners Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and Hampshire County Council in March 2017.

Now, a drop-in event will in bid to gain more public feedback.

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s Cabinet Member responsible for Manydown Cllr John Izett said: “This is another milestone on our journey to build one of the best designed and thought out new housing developments in the UK.

“Before we even submitted the outline planning application, we received many good ideas from residents over 18 months of engagement and consultation. Since the application was submitted to the planning side of the council, more formal consultation has been carried out and we are now proposing changes to respond to that feedback.

“This drop-in session gives residents the chance to come along to find out more before they are formally consulted on the changes by the planning side of the council.”

The drop-in event will be help on Saturday, 13 January at The Malls between 10am and 4pm.

Leader of Hampshire County Council Cllr Roy Perry said: “We are committed to creating a sustainable community which will reflect the great character of Hampshire as a place to live, work and thrive – offering high quality homes for local people, with access to good transport, schools and community facilities.”

For those who are unable to attend the event, but still wish to make a comment on the changes you can visit