Surrey Heath Borough Council has announced that the planning application for the Deepcut site will be considered at an extraordinary council meeting on Wednesday 17 July.
The Princess Royal Barracks is proposed for redevelopment following the departure of the Ministry of Defence from 2016, providing an opportunity to create a new rural village community in the Deepcut area.
The meeting, which is open to all residents, will start at 7pm and will be held at the Camberley Theatre on Knoll Road.
The ordinary council meeting originally scheduled for 17 July has been moved to 10 July.
The Deepcut planning application, submitted by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation, is accompanied by an illustrative Masterplan. This indicative layout shows how 1200 homes, together with other proposed community and sports facilities could be accommodated on the 114.32ha (282 acre) site, which will see some 69ha (170 acres) of open space retained.
Details of the exact siting of residential units and other buildings together with design and landscaping will be a matter for future applications.
Residents and businesses were invited to put their views forward when the application was received in December 2012, with details available on the council’s website and at the council offices in Surrey Heath House.
A full report will be published next month assessing the application against the Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for Deepcut, which was approved by the council in 2011.