List of local sites submitted in the ‘call for sites’:
See this page for explanation and background information.
Site ID #114
Norton, Racecourse Lane, Stourbridge, DY8 2RJ
226 Ha, of which 46.6 Ha suggested for development. Currently a golf course, farm land and grazing. Green Belt. Suggested development of two schools, 500 houses, additional uses, to be delivered within 8 years.
08 rep technical note.pdf
OLDQ3004 Location Plan.pdf
17106 ProposedSiteplan LR.pdf
Interest from: “Numerous enquiries from national housebuilders and promoters”
Site ID #45
Norton, rear garden land Old Farm, Norton Road, Stourbridge DY8 2SB
1.04 Ha available for development of this private garden within the Green Belt. Suggested development of 9 houses over 2 years.
plans from old application
Interest from: Heyford Homes
Site ID #137
Norton, land east of Ounty John Lane, DY8 2RH
1.2 Ha available, currently in agricultural use. Green Belt
Suggested development of 15 – 35 houses over 1 year.
Site ID #50
Pedmore, Sites `A` and `B` off Worcester Lane, Pedmore, DY9 0YY
2.85 Ha of currently vacant pasture. Green Belt.
Suggested development of 35-40 houses delivered over 3 years
Site ID: #203
Pedmore, land south of Pedmore Lane, DY9 0SX
The Wychbury Hill area
Available: 4.6 Ha of land in agricultural use. Grade 4 and 3. Green Belt
Suggested development of c. 100 houses over 3 years.
Heritage report (Turley’s).
Interest from: Richborough Estates
Site ID: #178
Cradley, land west of Foxcote Farm, Oldnall Lane, DY9 9AR
Land available: 6.878 Ha. Farmland, currently part of Foxcote Farm. Grade 3 land classification. Green Belt.
Suggested development of up to 170 houses, in 3 years.
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Our aims are:
- to raise public awareness of threats to Stourbridge’s Green Belt.
- to inform local residents by providing links to publicly available material.
- to encourage participation in public consultations, relevant petitions and in contacting those in public office, thereby supporting the democratic process.