Stenson Fields Solicitors

 

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The parish of Stenson Fields was created in 1983 from parts of the parish of Barrow-upon-Trent and the parish of Twyford and Stenson. Originally called Sinfin Moor the name was later changed to Stenson Fields to be in keeping with the geographical and historical place name of the area. Sinfin Moor is a large tract of land to the east of Stenson Fields and Sinfin proper.

There has been very little new development in this area since 2001. As a result the local population has declined by around 2% over the past decade (as average household sizes have fallen). Despite this lack of development, there remains significant pressure for new housing around the southern edge of Derby and this pressure is likely to drive future population growth. (A recent permission for up to 500 homes at Stenson Fields Farm could lead to around a 20% increase in the population of this area over the next decade or so). The development of modern housing on the fringes of Derby coupled with the noise and landscape impacts of the A50 and the development of a large minerals development on the boundary of this area have had an urbanising impact on the countryside. Most local residents commute to neighbouring areas to access employment or visit nearby supermarkets, leisure facilities, banks and other services. This area has a relatively distinctive and historic character, which has been largely defined by this areas relationship with the River Trent and the Trent and Mersey Canal. Conservation areas are designated in Twyford village and along the Trent Mersey and Canal. Twyford Henge and Round Hill Bowl Barrow, scheduled ancient monuments dating from the late Neolithic period (2800-2000BC), are located in this area. Between 60-80 of residents from this area work in Derby City. Residents are most likely to work as process plant and machine operatives, as associate professionals or in elementary occupations and less likely to work ins ales and customer services or personal services compared to the rest of the District. In general residents are less likely to have no qualifications than other communities in South Derbyshire. The proportion of people with higher-level qualifications is broadly in line with the District average.

The southern part of the Stenson area is located in the functional floodplain for the River Trent and is at very high risk of flooding. Most of Stenson village lies outside of the area at flood risk from the River Trent. In the northern part of the area, Hell Brook presents significant flood risk to land north of Stenson Fields.