A new supermarket, housing, pub, country park and old people’s home are planned for a piece of land in Irthlingborough.
East Midlands-based developer Davidsons is proposing the development next to the Nene Park Outpatients Clinic at Attley Way which includes the site of an iron-age fort, a scheduled ancient monument.
The 27-acre development will include a new, as yet unnamed, supermarket, a family friendly pub serving good food, a new purpose built care home for the elderly, a country park celebrating the local iron age hill fort plus new high-quality housing with bungalows and gardens.
There will also be some funding for community projects and Davidsons are interested to hear what ideas local people have for these projects.
Exhibition organiser Nick Stanton said: “Irthlingborough is a lovely town with a rich and diverse history. We are very excited about working with the people of Irthlingborough to make a positive improvement to the town. We want to hear residents’ views of our proposals and what else they think the town needs.
“We look forward to meeting many residents on Saturday.”
Davidsons will be holding the public exhibition on Saturday, March 15, from 10am to 5pm at Huxlow Science College in Finedon Road, Irthlingborough.