Public consultation to give residents a say on bid to build 200 new homes in Denny

Around 200 houses are being planned for land close to Denny High School, north of Broad Street
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A proposal to build around 200 homes in Denny, near Falkirk, will be available for the public to give feedback on, as a second consultation event is held this week.

Cruden Homes (East) will hold the event at at Denny Baptist Church, 32 Herbertshire Street, on Wednesday (June 26) between 3pm and 7pm,

The developers will have a display highlighting their proposals for housing on land to the north of Broad Street, Denny - about 800 m from the town centre.

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Members of the project team will also be on hand to answer any questions and there will an chance to provide feedback.

Housebuilders Cruden Homes (East) say the development will provide around 201 new homes, with a mixture of two and three-bed terraces, three and four-bed semi-detached and four and five-bed detached homes "creating a varied and interesting streetscape for future residents".

Affordable housing will be located to the north of the site and there will be new planting and areas of open space.

The proposals include creating a new access roundabout from A883 to south and new footpaths linking to the existing network are also promised.

The proposals are still in the pre-planning stage and the developers say the community consultation will help them to shape the final plans that will be submitted.

For those who can't make it in person,the information will also be online at on the day of the event.

This is the second consultation event outlining the proposals - the first was held on April 24.

Anyone who wants to make comments, should do so by Wednesday, July 17, either at the public event, via the project website using the feedback form, by email to or by post to Orbit Communications, 42 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh EH2 4HQ.

Residents should not that comments submitted at this stage are not representations to Falkirk Council (the planning authority).

There will be an opportunity to make representations to the council if a planning application is submitted.

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