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Introduction

Welcome to our vision for
Hayes Gardens

We are inviting the public to help shape the draft vision for a proposed new development in Narborough and Enderby known as Hayes Gardens.

The 57-hectare (141 acre) site, consisting of land within Carlton Park and including Enderby Golf Course, is being promoted by landowners, Santander and Blaby District Council, for inclusion within the new Blaby Local Plan.

The proposed vision for Hayes Gardens represents an exceptional opportunity to integrate a vibrant, new sustainable community seamlessly with the existing surroundings. The proposals are still in the very early stages and we want to use this as an opportunity to engage with the community and get your input.

Join us

Drop-in events

Come and say hello to some of our team members, find out more about the proposals and give us your feedback. 

  • Wednesday 22nd May
    2pm – 7pm

    Enderby Civic Centre, King St, Enderby, LE19 4NT

  • Tuesday 4th June
    2pm – 7pm

    Council Chamber, Blaby District Council, Desford Road, Narborough, LE19 2EP

  • Saturday 15th June
    10am – 3pm

    Enderby Leisure Centre, Mill Ln, Enderby, LE19 4LX

Have your say

We want to hear from you as we shape
the future for Hayes Gardens

Hayes Gardens

Our proposals for a new community in Narborough and Enderby

Timeline

How the plans will move forward

We are in the early stages of developing the vision for Hayes Gardens. Below is an indicative timeline of activity. 

  1. May 2024

    Start of engagement with the community and other key stakeholders to understand priorities and seek feedback on the draft vision.
  2. May-June 2024

    Public engagement events where the community can learn more about the draft vision.
  3. Summer 2024

    Review of your comments and incorporation into the vision for the development, where possible.
  4. September 2024

    Blaby District Council will be undertaking a consultation on the new Local Plan.
  5. Autumn / Winter 2024

    Consultants acting for Blaby District Council and Santander will need to submit proposals for the site to be considered for allocation in the new Blaby Local Plan.
  6. Summer 2025

    Blaby District Council is expecting to submit the new Blaby Local Plan to the Planning Inspectorate for examination.
  7. March 2026

    The new Blaby Local Plan is expected to be reviewed by the Planning Inspectorate in late 2025, and if approved, would be adopted by the District Council in March 2026.
  8. 2026 and beyond

    If the site is approved for allocation in the new Local Plan, the next step would involve the development and submission of a planning application. This phase would include development proposals that would be subject to public consultation.

About

Meet the team

Blaby District Council

Blaby District Council is responsible for a range of services including waste collection, recycling, Council Tax collection, licensing and planning. The Council plays a vital role in managing local amenities and responding to the evolving needs of residents.

The Council actively encourages engagement and participation from individuals invested in shaping the district into a place where people want to live, work and visit.

Blaby District Council is a landowner involved in the development proposals for Hayes Gardens – an exciting initiative that has the potential to contribute positively to our community’s future.

Santander

Santander is a leading banking institution serving customers across the globe. With a focus on their #TheRightChange initiative, Santander is keen to promote sustainability as the norm and not just an ambition. Santander is one of the landowners involved in bringing forward the proposals for Hayes Gardens.

Meeting Place

Meeting Place is an integrated communications agency that specialises in the built environment. We deliver socially impactful campaigns to create positive change from developments.

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We want to hear from you

We are carrying out an engagement exercise with the local community to understand local priorities. Where possible, the feedback we receive will be used to help shape our plans.

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