The first planning application for thousands of new homes in the North East Cambridge development could come forward next year.
Around 8,000 homes are proposed to be built as part of plans to create a new city district on the site of the existing sewage works on the edge of Cambridge.
The master developers for the largest part of this new district, LandsecU+I and TOWN, are currently working on proposals for 5,600 homes.
This part of the development has been given the name Hartree after Eva Hartree who was the first female Mayor of Cambridge.
At an online public meeting this week (Monday, September 25), representatives of the developers said they hoped to make the planning submission for Hartree to Cambridge City Council in mid to late 2024.
They said they expect the planning process to take a couple years and that building the development …