Since the public meeting in January 2017 the Board members of the AACLT (Abbotts Ann Community Land Trust) have been working hard to bring to fruition the dream of a small development of affordable housing and housing for people wishing to ‘down-size’. We shall soon be able to share our plans with you and to invite your feedback on our proposals. Meanwhile we want to update you and we would very much welcome your feedback on anything you find on this website or any comments or questions you have about our plans. Please contact any of the Board members using the “Contact Us” page.
You will find on this website:
The story so far, telling you what we have achieved since the public meeting. You will also find in the archive section the PowerPoint slides shown at the public meeting and the report of it written soon after this is of interest but please note that it is now somewhat out of date.
To find out about our affordable housing, which will be specifically for people living or working in Abbotts Ann or with a close family connection to the village. Anyone wishing to apply for one of our houses will need to join the housing register. To find out all about this go to ‘How do I apply for affordable housing in Test Valley?’ where you will find all the information, including a link to the Hampshire Home Choice website where you can apply to join the housing register. If you have questions and would like to contact us, please use the Contact Us Form to contact one of the Board members.
The market housing – for sale will consist of two- and three-bedroom houses.
Information about how ‘section 106’ money will become available as a result of our project and an invitation to make suggestions for village projects that might be initiated or supported. See the Community Benefits section for further details.
We are delighted to report that the design of the housing and site layout will be led by award-winning architects Proctor and Matthews. You can find out all about them on their website: https://www.proctorandmatthews.com
We are delighted to report that the housing and the whole site will be developed by a company based in Abbotts Ann: Haygarth Ross. You can find out all about them on their website: http://www.haygarthross.co.uk