Chapman’s Farm – Public Meeting

After a year of speculation, a planning application (P1673.18) has now been lodged with the Council for the demolition of the existing livery yard and the erection of nine dwellings, made up of 4 x 3-bedroom, 3 x 4-bedroom and 2 x 5-bedroom units at Chapman’s Farm, Hall Lane, Upminster.

The Upminster & Cranham Residents’ Association share the concerns of many residents about this development on Green Belt land and encourage residents to view the proposals and plans by visiting  P1673.18 . Plans can also be viewed by visiting Planning Reception, Public Advice & Service Centre, Liberty Shopping Centre (please check opening hours on 01708 434343 first) or write to Development Control, 5th Floor, Mercury House, Romford, RM1 3SL. Emails to are also acceptable. Please ensure you include the reference number (P1673.18) in any correspondence.

Comments/Objections should be returned to the Council by 14th December.

The Residents’ Association will also hold a public meeting on 6th December at 8pm in the Cranham Community Centre (small hall), Marlborough Gardens, to discuss the application.

Please visit the Upminster & Cranham Residents’ Association website at for regular updates.

  1. This should not be allowed on green belt land .our schools doctor and hospitals are over stretched already. Please listen to residents for a change who live here

  2. Totally Agree!
    The area is losing all it green belt and the community is losing its identity.
    The Doctors and Schools are seriously overstretched already 😡

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