Planning Appeal Public Inquiry Notification Letter - Land off Seagrave Road, Sileby (P/15/0047/2)

Submitted on 15 May 2018 by Julie Lovatt

Development Management
Southfield Road
LE11 2TN

Ask for: Matthew Reed
Telephone: 01509 634570

14 May 2018

Dear Sir/Madam


Application number: P/15/0047/2

Proposal: Site for the erection of up to 195 dwellings, together with public open space, landscaping, access and surface water attenuation.

Location: Land east of Seagrave Road, Sileby, Leicestershire, LE12 7NJ

Planning Inspectorate reference: APP/X2410/W/16/3152082

Appellant(s): Hallam Land Management Limited and Trustees of the Skertchly Trust

I refer to the details above. We previously wrote to inform you that an appeal has been made to the Secretary of State against the decision of Charnwood Borough Council, as local planning authority, to refuse planning permission for the development. 

Following the previous adjournment of the inquiry, it will now re-commence on Tuesday 12th June 2018 at 10.00am at the Ramada Loughborough Hotel, 22 High Street, Loughborough LE11 2QL. The venue is accessible for wheelchair users and an induction (hearing) loop system is also available. The inquiry is scheduled to last for a further three days. You are invited to attend the inquiry and, at the Inspector’s discretion, may give your views.

Parking for members of the public attending the hearing is available in the Beehive Lane multi-storey car park close to the inquiry venue (postcode LE11 2TY). Disabled car parking spaces are available in the Beehive Lane car park on the ground floor. 

You may use the internet to see information and to check the progress of cases through GOV.UK. The address for the search page is

You may inspect the documents relating to the appeal at the council’s Customer Service Centre on Southfield Road between the hours of:

8.30am – 5 pm (Monday to Thursday)
8.30am – 4.30 pm (Friday)

You may also view them electronically on the Planning Explorer page on the Council’s website:

You may get a copy of one of the Planning Inspectorate’s “Guide to taking part in planning appeals” booklets free of charge from GOV.UK at  or from us.

The Planning Inspectorate will publish a copy of the decision letter on their website

Yours faithfully

Matthew Reed
Customer Support and Technical Officer