Land West of Stoney Station

Mixed-Use Development Proposal Comprising Residential & Employment Uses

CLG updates

Click here to view our End of Year Report which provides a summary of the activities the project team has undertaken this year.

The fifth CLG meeting took place on Wednesday 14th June at Stoney Stanton Village Hall and was the first of two connected design workshops. Thank you to all CLG members who were able to join us and contribute to our discussions.

To view the presentation slides from the meeting, please click here.

The minutes from the meeting will be published below following sign-off from CLG members.

As 2022 draws to a close, the Land West of Stoney Stanton project team would like to thank everyone who has engaged with us over the past 12 months and wish you all the very best for 2023.

Click here to view our End of Year Report which provides a summary of the activities the project team has undertaken this year.

CLG meetings – Agendas and Minutes

Dates of meetings and the agendas will be published on this page as soon as they become available. Minutes are only published once they have been approved by CLG members who attended the meeting.

2023 Meetings
Date Agendas Minutes Presentation slides
15 June 2023   Minutes Presentation
24 January 2023 Agenda Minutes Presentation
2022 Meetings
Date Agendas Minutes Presentation slides
27 October 2022 Agenda Minutes Presentation
10 August 2022 Agenda Minutes  
31 May 2022 Agenda Minutes  

What is the purpose of the CLG?

Following the success of our October 2021 workshops, a recruitment campaign was launched in Spring 2022 to form a CLG to inform the evolution of the vision for a new settlement.

The first CLG meeting was held in May 2022, and included fifteen representatives from the parishes of Stoney Stanton, Sharnford, Elmesthorpe, Sapcote, Burbage, Croft, and Aston Flamville.

The CLG is intended to advise the project team on a number of matters including, but not restricted to:

  • Current and future needs and challenges of the existing community.
  • The development of future engagement strategies for the site, to ensure the community is represented at each stage.
  • The emerging masterplan and vision for the site, including design principles.
  • An identity for the new settlement.

The group will meet approximately every two months to keep up to date with the evolving vision, discuss ideas and share information more widely.

Following the first Community Liaison Group (CLG) meeting on 31 May 2022, a survey was distributed to all CLG members to gain sign off the discussion and inform future CLG meetings. A summary of survey responses can be found in the latest news section, along with a copy of the Terms of Reference.

Following nominations by their fellow CLG members, Sharon Scott (Sapcote) accepted the position of CLG Chair, and Becky Roper (Elmesthorpe) accepted the position of Vice Chair. The responsibilities of these roles can be reviewed in the Terms of Reference.

Please email if you have any queries regarding the above.