Decision on Newport Harbour Masterplan deferred

The Masterplan was due to be voted upon at the August Isle of Wight council Cabinet meeting but has now been pushed back

The Isle of Wight council Cabinet decision on Newport Harbour Masterplan has been pushed back from August to September 2020.

The contentious Newport Harbour Masterplan includes proposed housing on part of Seaclose Park, an issue that is being fought by local councillors.

Cllr Matthew Price’s petition against the plans has attracted over 1,600 signatures in just a matter of days.

Our thanks to Cllr Brodie for the heads-up.

Image: misteraitch under CC BY 2.0

Thursday, 9th July, 2020 1:21pm



Filed under: Isle of Wight Council, Isle of Wight News, Newport, Planning, Top story

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Maybe all housing applications should be pushed back and the Island “Draft” Plan revised. There are lots of proposed housing applications that need to be reviewed not just the chosen few. Is Dave Stewart challenging the government on housing or still kowtowing to government policy? Is Bob Seely still challenging the government housing figures for the island? If not, why not? Bob’s challenged three proposed houses in… Read more »