Staffordshire County Council
United Kingdom

F G Davis has applied to Staffordshire County Council for two sites on either side of the Mile Flat at Wall Heath to be included in their Mineral Core Strategy as suitable for the extraction of Sand & Gravel.

If Staffordshire County Council agree they could put them on their Preferred Options list of sites for future quarries. We believe that earmarking these two sites would blight the Wall Heath / Kingswinford and Hinksford area for at least a generation and would be an Environmental disaster for residents.

As well as signing this petition we would urge you to also respond to the Consultation which started on 3 October and finishes at 5 p.m. on Monday 24 November 2008. All responses MUST be sent in before this date.

You can respond electronically or by post to Planning Development Control Team, Staffordshire County Council, Riverway, Stafford, ST16 3TJ. We would advise that every member in your household submits an individual response to the document - if you only send in a response on behalf of your family this will only count as ONE objection. The document can be viewed in local libraries or online at http://consult.staffordshire.gov.uk/portal/mcs/io2

Please do not hesitate to contact me for any further information you may require - lynn.boleyn@sky.com

We the undersigned object to the proposal for two sites at Mile Flat, Wall Heath to be included as strategic sites for the extraction of Sand & Gravel in the Staffordshire County Mineral Core Strategy.

The Stop The Quarries In Wall Heath petition to Staffordshire County Council was written by Lynn Boleyn and is in the category Environment at GoPetition.