Doddington Parish Council has arranged a public meeting for next week to discuss the proposal to build 62 houses behind Lionel Walden School.
The Cambs Times reported on the plans of developer Whetstone Developments to build the housing estate, which will be build behind Lionel Walden and its entrance will be from Bevills Close.
Residents have voiced concerns about the proposal, including the extra traffic from such an influx of new homes in the village.
The planning application has been lodged with Fenland District Council – you can view the application on this page and searching for the reference number F/YR14/0503/F.
The meeting is arranged for 7pm on Wednesday, 16 July, at the Methodist Church Rooms (near the Clock Tower), and the architect for the development will be attending. People can arrive an hour early to view the application.
A source also told the Doings that a petition will also be available at the meeting for people to sign for or against the proposal.
Local planning committee member, David Connor, told the Doddington News Facebook page: “Please could everyone make a great effort to attend the meeting on Wednesday, it’s really important for the village.”
These plans come just a few weeks after proposals to build 16 homes on top of Doddington’s historic Crossway Wood were revealed.