Members of the public will be able to have their say on the proposed Great Haddon township for the south of Peterborough when plans go on show in January.
Three primary schools, one secondary school and about 5,350 new homes have been included in two outline planning applications submitted on behalf of the Great Haddon Consortium, which was formed by O&H Properties, Marlborough Oasis and David Wilson Homes.
Should the township be given the green light, there will also be new shopping areas and 65 hectares of land for businesses built between Hampton and the A1(M).
Peterborough City Council will display the submitted plans at Queen’s Park Hall in Yaxley on 7 January and at Serpentine Green shopping centre in Hampton on 12 January, with planning officers at both events to answer questions.
The council will continue to collect public opinion on the Great Haddon Consortium’s two applications until 20 January.