Artist’s impression of the Causeway Farm skyline
The people of Petersfield have been given their first glimpse of the proposed “low-impact” development to be built on the Causeway Farm site, south of the town centre.
Housing consultants Minimal Integrity were delighted to unveil the plans and hope that this artist’s impression will reassure anyone who may have had concerns over the build.
The developers believe the new plans will alleviate growing pressure on Petersfield’s social housing waiting list by optimising the number of dwellings that can be squeezed onto the site.
Ivor Bung, speaking on behalf of East Hampshire District Council, said: “In view of the fact that we were given such a small footprint to work with, we feel we have managed to maximise accommodation whilst blending seamlessly with the surrounding architecture and environment.”
Consultant Phil Fee-Rich, who represents developer Stack ‘Em High, said: “All the necessary back-handers and brown envelopes have changed hands and although we expect a little resistance from the folk who live on The Causeway, there is nothing that can stop this now.
“I can’t wait to see the first bulldozer trundle in and take out that stupid tree with the ladder leaning up against it.”