Invitation to the second online event for the Northern Arc project

Homes England share details of September’s online community drop-in session. Members of the public asked to submit questions online by Monday 14th September at 5pm.

Online community drop-in session Homes England is holding its third quarterly drop-in session on Tuesday 15th September between 6.30pm and 7.30pm to provide the next progress update for the Northern Arc. Local residents can expect to hear about community building, the phasing of the development, Biodiversity Net Gain and from Countryside Properties who are onsite building the new homes at Freeks Farm.

How to join online

The drop-in will take the format of a series of live online presentations held on MS Teams Live. Anyone can join from a web browser on a computer using this link.

Those using a mobile phone or tablet will need to download the free Microsoft Teams app. Anyone without access to the internet or who needs the information from the drop-in session presented in a different format can get in touch with Sarah Ward on 07776 527 643 to request this. Those who can’t make the live meeting can use the same link after the event to view a recording of the presentation.

Asking a question

Members of the public are asked to submit their questions in advance of the drop-in session by Monday 14th September at 5pm, using the link to the event. As many questions submitted by this time will be answered during the event. Questions submitted after this time or during the event will be answered via a written Q&A document which will be posted on the project website.

Ken Glendinning, Project Director at Homes England said: “We received a good level of engagement from the local community at our May online event, with over 100 members of the public attending and 90 questions asked.”

“We hope even more people will be able to join us at our September online event to allow us to keep the community up to date with Northern Arc progress.”

For more information contact Sarah Ward on 07776 527 643 or