THEIR PROPOSAL 

 400 HOUSES 

 REPLACING HERITAGE LAND 

 NEGATIVELY IMPACTING 

 GRADE I KEDLESTON HALL 

CATESTBY AND KEDLESTON ESTATE

Catesby Estates are working on behalf of the Kedleston Estate to attempt to gain planning permission on the grounds of the ‘Grade I’ Kedleston Parkland to build (at this moment in time) 400 houses. Together they propose to gain planning permission to then sell the land to a developer for a considerable amount of money. See AVA/2014/0928

 

The proposed development will consist of a mixture of houses from luxury to social housing, which will all have an impact on the local environment, infrastructure, heritage and local community.

 

The proposed housing development will take over a vast proportion of the Kedleston Parkland and will sit a mere 500 meters away from Kedleston Hall itself; Infringing on this remarkable heritage site of beauty.

 

Find out more information on Catesby and Kedleston Estate’s proposals.

 

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THE HARD TRUTH

98%

LOCAL SCHOOLS AT FULL CAPACITY

95%

PARKING CAPACITY AT PARK FARM

45%

OF RESIDENTS IN SURROUNDING AREAS UNAWARE OF DEVELOPMENT

Portway, Woodlands, Lawn, Ecclesbourne, Curzon schools all at full capacity. 

 

Gridlock traffic during peak hours down Kedleston Road into the city and bottlenecked at Five Lamps.  

 

Lack of parking spaces at Park Farm and Blenheim parade shopping areas. 

 

Wildlife living in their local habitat including white clawed crayfish, bats, barn owls, newts, kingfishers hedgehogs and many more.