Kyngs Golf Course

Have Your say as we develop the Neighbourhood Plan

The Neighbourhood Plan is not something that is done to the local community - rather, it must reflect the views and opinions of local residents, businesses and other groups. BVPG is planning to hold a series of informal consultations starting in late August so keep your eye on this site for more information about this and other ways you can make your views known
View over the golf course

Unwanted development proposal rejected!

HBBC’s Planning Committee overwhelmingly rejected the proposed housing development in front of the Golf Course at its meeting on Tuesday 25th May. Several councillors took the opportunity to explicitly express their support for Neighbourhood Plans and their frustration that they do not seem to be given appropriate weight in considering some planning applications.
View over the golf course

Unwanted development may be approved by HBBC

The unwanted speculative development in front of the golf course on the north side of Station Road may be approved by HBBC. The application will be considered by HBBC planning committee on 25th May and the planning officer is recommending that the  committee approve it.
Ainscough Strategic Land consultation postcard

Yet another speculative housing development proposal

This proposed development will be for some 100+ houses on an area of land rejected by over 76% of our residents in consultations held prior to the Neighbourhood Plan.
Distant View Of Market Bosworth

Seminar on Neighbourhood Planning – an opportunity to find out more

Do you want to know more about Neighbourhood Planning and how Neighbourhood Plans can help the community influence the development of Market Bosworth?   If so, why not join a seminar being organised by Bosworth Vision Planning Group? Read this article for more details.
Front page of the Neighbourhood Plan

Modification to the Neighbourhood Plan

An independent review of the Housing Needs for the period 2014-26 shows a figure of 108 new dwellings are needed in Market Bosworth throughout this timeframe. This is very similar to the original Plan’s figure of “100+” and we are delighted that this new definitive figure has enabled HBBC to modify our Neighbourhood Plan.
Wild Flowers

Going wild in Market Bosworth

The Leicester County Council Grass Verge Project enables Parishes to do their bit to help counter the environmental crisis the world is facing by the simple process of returning grass verges to their wild state, which will also enrich the local environment for our future generations.
Aerial view of the Station Field development site

Station Field Masterplan Consultation completed

Late last year Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council (HBBC) invited residents and interested parties to comment on the Masterplan for the development of the Station Field site to the south of Station Road in Market Bosworth. The consultation has now been completed and HBBC is now analysing the comments and intends to submit the Masterplan document for formal approval by the full Council shortly.  
Allocated Site Location Map

Public Consultation on plans for Land South of Station Road, Market Bosworth.

Published on 25 Nov 2020 - The Borough Council is inviting comments on the Market Bosworth Draft Masterplan Supplementary Planning Document until Tuesday 22nd December 2020.
A view along Shenton Lane

Additional plans from Gladman

Published on 9 Nov 2020 - Gladman has recently added two new drawings to the planning application on Shenton Lane. These show proposed changes to the layout of Shenton Lane and Warwick Lane.
Kyngs Golf Course

Important Information regarding a Proposed Housing Development on Station Road

Published on 22 Oct 2020 - A planning application (ref 20/01021/OUT) has been submitted to Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council (HBBC), our Local Planning Authority (LPA), for outline planning permission for up to 63 dwellings on land North of Station Road.
Planning For The Future White Paper

Government publishes major shakeup of the planning system

Published on 16 Aug 2020 - The Government’s shake up of the planning system has now been published in a white paper, “Planning for the Future.”