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Marston Valley planning application submitted

An outline planning application has been submitted to Central Bedfordshire Council for a series of linked new villages in the Marston Vale. A formal consultation will be held by the council over the coming weeks....
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Marston Valley exhibition information published

Copies of the Marston Valley exhibition boards have been published so you can take a closer look at home, or use these to prepare your questions for the next public exhibitions...
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Read the Marston Valley newsletter

The Marston Valley newsletter is being distributed door-to-door to every home in Marston Moretaine, Lidlington, Brogborough, Cranfield, Stewartby and Millbrook, with information on the upcoming public exhibitions...
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First stage of engagement completed

Thank you to all those who attended the four public exhibitions in February, completed the questionnaire and took part in our online consultation...
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Find out more about O&H’s Development Brief for Marston Valley and let us have your views.

‘Blue’ and ‘green’ infrastructure is central to our plans for the Marston Vale. Find out more on our website.

Supporting the move to a low carbon society is a key priority for MVNV - innovative approaches and mitigation measures will be adopted to ensure environmental effects of new development are minimised and more sustainable patterns of living can be achieved.

Find out more about how the Marston Vale New Villages proposals plan to deliver new communities in a style modelled on what currently works so well in the Marston Vale.