Petition Tag - planning

1. Support Lidl Kings Heath

Godwin Developments propose to demolish the existing buildings and erect a new Lidl store with associated parking. The new unit will feature an attractive, single storey glazed frontage to Warstock Road, with car park extending to the west, north and north west of the store.

The Lidl store will extend to 2,125 sq. metres, with a net retail sales area of 1,324 sq. metres. The new store will feature a dedicated in-store bakery close to the main entrance. The delivery bay will be located to the north of the store.

A new access will be created to the site and will be taken from Warstock Road along the site’s southern boundary. The car park will provide 121 standard parking spaces, with 6 disabled spaces, and 8 parent and child spaces, which will be positioned close to the customer entrance. A new pedestrian access will be created from Warstock Road giving direct access to the store entrance and the car park. Bicycle parking will be provided under the entrance canopy on the western elevation, close to the store entrance and pedestrian access route.

It is proposed that the store will be open between the hours of:

• 8am to 10pm Monday to Saturday (including Bank Holidays); and
• 10am to 4pm Sunday.

Normally there will be a maximum of two HGV deliveries to the store per day. All store waste will be collected at the same time as the deliveries, therefore minimising HGV movements within the site.

The new Lidl store will provide the following benefits to the local area:

• Improved shopping choice and provision of a new mainstream discount retail operator for Kings Heath;
• A new brand store that will provide a clean and fresh shopping experience to meet the needs of customers;
• A dedicated in-store bakery;
• A contemporary building design that will complement the surrounding area;
• 40 employment opportunities for local residents;and
• Living Wage Foundation rate for all eligible employees and no zero hours contracts.

2. Support Plans for a New Lidl in East Kilbride

Lidl is looking to deliver a contemporary new foodstore with ample parking on the site of the former Atholl House which is located in close proximity to East Kilbride Town Centre.
The aim of this scheme is to deliver a new, modern, and spacious Lidl store which will include an in-store bakery and a range of product lines.

The Proposed Development

A new single storey building will be constructed to accommodate a 1325m2 (sales area) Lidl foodstore. The proposed development will benefit from 120+ free car parking bays including disabled and parent and child spaces.
● Creation of new jobs, at a minimum of £8.45 an hour and with no staff operating on a zero hour contracts.
● The layout provides a stand-alone bakery preparation area where customers can see the products being prepared before being stocked.
● A limited range of product lines will be supplied, which encourages customers to shop with other retailers in the established local centre.
● Contemporary building design.
● The building will be constructed from high quality, modern materials which will present a clean and striking building and allow for functional use within the site.
● Internally the store will be bright and airy, mainly due to the large amount of glazing used, which utilises natural light and helps reduce electricity consumption.
● Lidl stores are also designed to have wide and accessible aisles to allow free movement for all customers throughout the store.

3. Support Lidl in Bedford

Lidl has recently submitted a planning application to Bedford Borough Council for a new foodstore located on Goldington Road in Bedford. The application has a target determination date of 12 September 2017.

We are delighted to be in a position to commence consultation with the local community on Lidl’s proposed plans.

Our proposal is to construct a new Lidl foodstore to the company’s latest specification which promotes a modern, high quality and sustainable designed building, along with 126 free car parking spaces.

You will shortly be able to view all of the details of the proposal and the planning application plans on our website -

However in the meantime you can view the application on Bedford Borough Council's website -

Enter planning application reference: 17/01592/MAF.

4. Support the Redevelopment of Alexandria Town Centre - Including a New Lidl

The Proposed Site
The proposed new Lidl store is a planned as part of a redevelopment of Alexandria Town Centre. Other uses will include residential properties and further retail and amenity providers TBC. The site would be accessed directly from Bank Street.

The existing Town Centre is dated and requires re-development to provide suitable parking and facilities for the local community, this proposal would see much needed investment made into Alexandria.

Benefits of the Proposed New Lidl
• The development of the site will provide the following benefits to the local area:
• Car Parking with Disabled, Parent and Child and secure Cycle Parking;
• Wide and accessible shopping aisles and clear signage, to allow ease of access and free movement for all customers;
• A stand-alone in-store bakery in order to provide customers with freshly baked produce throughout the day;
• Optional Self-service tills;
• Modern and spacious welfare areas for employees;
• A large glazed frontage to allow natural light into the store and reduce electricity consumption; and
• Convenient access due to its positioning within the Town Centre.

5. Support Lidl in Westbury

The proposed development comprises the demolition of the vacant Co-Op store building and its replacement with a new Lidl neighbourhood foodstore together with associated car parking, servicing and landscaping. The proposed Lidl foodstore will enhance Westbury’s existing facilities, services and employment opportunities, in line with Wiltshire Council’s strategy for Market Towns. The proposals will also involve the redevelopment of brownfield land, in line with the Council’s strategy for economic regeneration within the area.

The new Lidl foodstore will be located to the north of the site, with a dedicated delivery bay to the east of the proposed store. The new foodstore will extend to 1,919 sq. m gross internal area, with a net sales area of 1,114 sq. m. Vehicular access to the site will remain from Kingfisher Drive to the east.

The store will be supported by 113 car parking spaces, including 7 disabled parking bays to the south of the store, and 6 parent and child spaces at the west of the car park. Secure cycle storage will be provided to the east of the store. A trolley bay is also located adjacent to the store entrance.

Pedestrian and cycle access will also be provided from Trowbridge Road, with a zebra crossing facilitating safe access across the car park to the proposed Lidl foodstore. There is also a zebra crossing which safely links the Kingfisher Drive access with the Lidl store.

6. Support Lidl Bingley

Bingley Town Centre is currently only served by one small – medium sized foodstore and a small number of convenience stores.

You may be aware that in February 2017, Lidl acquired the old Bradford & Bingley Headquarters on Main Street to build the first Lidl store in Bingley. A state of the art, new Lidl store is proposed which would provide a spacious and attractive shopping environment for residents of Bingley in a conveniently accessible location at the heart of the town centre.

The proposed Lidl store would significantly enhance the range of foodstore provision in
the town centre, increasing local choice and competition, clawing back spending which is currently leaking to out of centre stores.

The proposals include:
• A new 2,125 sqm (gross)/1,325 sqm (net sales) store;
• A bespoke design with extensive glazed areas to provide an active frontage to Main Street;
• 116 car parking spaces, including 7 disabled spaces, and 8 parent and toddler spaces;
• The upgrade of the Main Street / Myrtle Place junction;
• A new pedestrian link into the development from Main Street; and,
• Hard and soft landscaping, including areas of buffer planting around the northern and western boundaries of the site to soften the appearance of the new store.

The proposed store will be developed in line with Lidl’s latest format and be of a contemporary and high quality design whilst using stone to complement the surrounding areas.
The proposed development is likely to have a positive effect on existing shops and businesses in the town centre through increased visitor numbers and link trips with the new store.


CALL TO ACTION - Catalyst Church and Life Message, Inc. have proposed putting a two-story warehouse next to the church which is in a residential area with homes and day care near by. This would require rezoning away from the protections residential zoning provides.

The proposed rezoning request highlights the very reason why our city needs zoning rules and regulations to ensure smart growth and development that makes sense in the context of the surrounding area. The current zoning limits land usage as designed for a residential, single-family neighborhood. The proposed zoning provides for additional uses, notably a planned development which specifically calls for a retail space, industrial warehouse, high-traffic food pantry, low/no cost medical clinic, counseling center, and commercial office environment.
• INCREASED TRAFFIC: According to comments made by Life Message, traffic as a result of this development would result in an additional 140-170 vehicles on most business days. Additionally, commercial trucks would be used to deliver food to the facility from grocery stores, as well as additional sundry drop-offs from residents.
• POLLUTION: According to comments made by Life Message, noise from this facility would include idling trucks, powered industrial trucks (forklifts and the like), and waste disposal. Exterior building lighting would also be prevalent to illuminate the surrounding parking area. Each of these items are certainly not present in the area at this time and their impact would adversely impact the quality of life for surrounding homes.
• DECREASED PROPERTY VALUES: The negative impacts from this facility as it relates to property values would be felt throughout the Lakewood Point, Princeton Park, Hanse Hamilton Abstract, Graham Estates, Bayview Estates, Spinnaker Cove, Champion Lakes, and Waterview neighborhoods. Numerous people have confirmed that the addition of a traffic-laden, noisy, and very busy food pantry would have a highly negative impact on the area.

Life Message members and associates are on city boards/committees/council so we need to send a clear message we oppose this! PLEASE HELP!!!

8. Protection of Residential Neighbourhood Zones

This petition of Sandringham, Cheltenham, Beaumaris, Black Rock, Highett Hampton, Mentone and wider Melbourne note with alarm Labor’s plans to increase the density of development in residential zones. Currently Bayside has the highest level of residential amenity protection in Metropolitan Melbourne under the Neighbourhood Residential Zones implemented in 2014 which limits development to not more than 2 dwellings of not more than 2 storeys per block. The Mentone Activity Centre also formerly had a mandatory height limit of 4 storeys to better protect amenity which was subsequently lifted by the present government.

9. No to Nautique Burlington

Ontario’s Provincial Policy Statement, 2005 supports land use intensification by encouraging more optimal use of land, infrastructure, resources and services.

The unintended consequence of this policy is that we are slowly but surely losing the battle and control over what we would like our city to look like and this development is a prime example of how this decision will soon come before the OMB.

In essence someone other than the citizens of Burlington will make the decision even if we don't want the development as proposed and as rejected by our planning professionals.

10. Mauldin Housing Planning: Sunset Heights / Wood Creek

On Thursday, October 27th, 2016, The Citizen's Advisory Group of Mauldin, SC will hold a Public Meeting at Mauldin's Cultural Center; the meeting will occur at 6:00pm.

Based on the information provided by the City of Mauldin's Comprehensive Housing Plan, there is an intent to build 100 dwelling units on the lot that is off of White Drive; this lot's TMS # is M008010100706.

Sunset Heights has been targeted as a suitable location for additional residences because of: 1. Parking Demand Reduction. 2. Customer Base Expansion. 3. Downtown Mauldin's Growth.

11. Stop developments on The Spread Eagle site

We, the tenants at The Spread Eagle pub, have been informed by our landlords that they are taking steps to develop the land at The Spread Eagle and put it forward as a proposed site on the neighbourhood plan.

The Spread Eagle has been a hub of the local community, the land has been used for a variety of community events and weddings/functions and is used by the youth football teams. To lose the land would be detrimental to village life and also to the future of the pub itself. The site is grade 2 listed and within the conservation area and as such should be protected against any developments and changes of use and we call on the local councils to support our cause to protect the site.

12. Support Lidl Alnwick

Our proposal comprises a 437 sq. m extension to the south eastern elevation of our existing store. This will extend the retail sales area by 221 sq. m, and provide a dedicated in-store bakery, including a bakery preparation area, freezer and two chillers.

The proposal will deliver a reconfigured car park. This will provide 84 parking spaces, including 6 disabled spaces and 4 parent and child spaces which are located near to the customer entrance at the north west corner of the store. Trolley bays will remain adjacent to the store entrance within the customer car park. Separate staff and service access will be retained at the west of the store via Wagon Way.

The extension of our store will provide the following benefits for to the local area:

• An extended store with a new sales area of 1,287 sq. m, which represents an increase of 437 sq. m compared to the existing store.
• A new in-store bakery with an improved range of products.
• Continued employment being retained in the area.
• A reconfigured car park lit by LED lighting which will include 84 car parking spaces, incorporating six disabled spaces and four parent and child spaces.

13. Support Replacement Lidl Morriston

Provision of a replacement Lidl foodstore comprising 1,424 sqm sales area and
114 free car parking spaces; of which 6 will be disabled and 6 will be parent and child spaces.

A brand new LOF (Lidl of the Future) state-of-the-art design that responds to the site’s characteristics, context and local built environment.

With employment opportunities for up to 40 staff, the proposed scheme will have contemporary glazed elevations, an internal bakery, an external trolley bay, self-service checkouts and customer toilets with baby changing facilities.

Vehicle access for shoppers, staff and delivery vehicles will remain unaltered. The site is well served by public transport and is accessible by foot, car and by bike. Vehicle parking spaces provided are generously sized for better customer access. Pedestrian routes are provided through the site and cycle storage areas are provided to the rear of the external trolley box.

14. Robinson Township Petition to Stop Higher Density Re-zoning


A development company is in the process of purchasing Lots 267-A-370 (Buranosky Property), 267-G-290 (Phillips Property) and 267-A-71 (Phillips Property) with the intent to build over 60 Single Family homes and over 60 Carriage Homes.

The purchaser is requesting a Zoning Change from R2 Residential Building to R3 Medium Density Building for Lot 267-A-370 in order to build the Carriage Homes.

It is not clear the number of acres in the total purchase of 70+ acres will be developed to support both the Single Family homes and Carriage homes but it IS clear that the zoning variance to Lot 267-A-370 allowing for medium construction is :
 Totally out of character with the neighborhood.
 Will take away more of our township's shrinking green space.
 Have a negative impact on natural waterways.
 Will cause a negative impact to residents and emergency personnel that must commute on roadways that already struggle to support the ever growing traffic volume.
 Cause unwarranted changes to the property taxes of current residents whose property neighbors the aforementioned Lots.

15. Support new Lidl Coney Hill

Provision of a replacement Lidl foodstore comprising 1,689 sqm sales area and
158 free car parking spaces; of which 9 will be disabled and 4 will be parent and child spaces.

A brand new LOF (Lidl of the Future) state-of-the-art design that responds to the site’s characteristics, context and local built environment.

With employment opportunities for up to 40 staff, the proposed scheme will have contemporary glazed elevations, an internal bakery, 2 external trolley bays, self-service checkouts and customer toilets with baby changing facilities.

Vehicle access for shoppers, staff and delivery vehicles will remain unaltered. The site is well served by public transport and is accessible by foot, car and by bike. Vehicle parking spaces provided are generously sized for better customer access. Pedestrian routes are provided through the site and cycle storage areas are provided to the rear of the external trolley boxes.

16. Save Tandridge Green Belt


Tandridge District Council's new Local Plan documents which claim 9,400 new homes are needed for massive inward migration from London, have been approved for public consultation despite widespread criticism from residents and some Councillors. The council has identified GREEN BELT sites throughout Tandridge.

The Plan claims that 470 houses are needed every year, almost 4 times the current requirement. It would mean a likely rise of a third in the District's population and approximately one new house built for every four existing.

The increase is not for genuine local need, but for a huge and sustained increase in inward migration from London that would require building on large swathes of the Tandridge Green Belt.

In putting forward this high figure, the Council has contradicted its own evidence given to the Planning Inspectorate at a recent Public Inquiry.

National planning policy makes clear that Councils should act to protect Green Belt land in their Local Plans yet most of the options assume that significant amounts of Green Belt will be released for new housing.

This scale of building would put intolerable and unsustainable pressure on infrastructure such as schools, health services, roads, rail services and parking which are struggling to cope with the existing demand. Other services, such as water, landfill and cemeteries are also at capacity.

Some of the contents of the Plan's infrastructure documents are worrying. For example, regarding GP services, the Council states it has written to all 10 surgeries in the District but has received no replies. It has therefore concluded that "there is no indication of any specific requirements at present." It seems wholly unjustified to come to such a conclusion based on no response.


1. Email your comments to: OR

2. Send a letter marked 'Local Plan consultation' to: Planning Policy, Tandridge District Council, Council Offices, 8 Station Road East, Oxted, Surrey, RH8 0BT OR

3. Use the Council's consultation portal on this link: click here You will have to register first to be able to take part this way and it is more time-consuming.

The Oxted and Limpsfield Residents "OLRG" website has more information:


To support our campaign IN ADDITION we ask you sign the petition in protest.


*Thank you to everyone for your support. We have submitted the Petition to Tandridge District Council for the first Consultation. The Petition will remain open certainly until the 2nd Consultation scheduled later in the year and we urge you to continue to share and encourage fellow residents to sign and make their views known.*

17. Objection to proposed shared entrance St Anthonys Church

M.K.N. Developers have purchased the vacant property on the Clontarf Rd. adjacent to the old St. Anthony’s Church. They have full planning permission to build 15 houses, 4 Apartments, an commercial unit and an access road.

They have expressed a willingness to enter into a ‘partnership project’ with St. Anthony’s Parish to provide a shared entrance/exit road into the church grounds and a new housing development.

18. Stop Landfill in Dimmocks Cote Quarry

Dimmocks Cote quarry is an existing Limestone quarry on the A1123 in Cambridgeshire between the villages of Wicken and Stretham.

The site has provided a vital source of water for the surrounding Cam Wash SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) and Kingfishers Bridge Wetland Creation Project nature reserves for many years and has extensive wetlands within the quarry itself.

However as part of a new expansion plan the Quarry owners; Francis Flower, have applied to fill the majority of the extension area and some of the existing void with landfill and use the site for commercial waste recycling. This use poses great danger for the surrounding nature reserves with the risk of pollution entering the limestone bedrock or being pumped out into the wetlands with catastrophic consequences.

As part of this change of use the Cambridgeshire County Councils planning team have estimated there will be an additional 21, 760 HGV lorry movements a year through the villages of Wicken and Stretham, although the original application from the quarry suggests even more!

For more information on the planning application visit and search for application E/3008/14/CM

19. Review Mundford Football Club Advertising Board's Refused Planning Consent

As a amateur football club for both adult and youth players we took the initiative to raise funds for the club by providing advertising space for local businesses around the perimeter fence of the main football pitch.

Having firstly consulted with Mundford Parish Council for approval with no objections, we pressed forward with approaching, selling and installing advertising boards from September 2014.

In March 2015 Breckland Council requested Mundford Football Club to submit an application for consent to display an advertisement(s).

In September 2015 Breckland Council refused the application for the 21x advertising boards facing the main road (Cranwich Road) for the following reasons:

1) By virtue of their location, height and cumulative length, visually harmful to the open setting of the open space area and detrimental to the visual amenity of the broader locale.

2) Creates an almost solid line of adverting with a mix of colours, designs and content which cumulatively results in visual clutter in what is, by nature of its use, a large open space and are intrusive in the street scene and detrimental to the amenities of the area.

To support our case so far, we have the backing of Mundford Parish Council and Norfolk County Council Highways. We are now asking for the local, national and football communities to support our appeal to overturn Breckland Council original decision to refuse consent.

Since the club installed the advertising boards back in September 2014, we have received nothing more than praise from the local community, businesses and visitors to the village on how professional these advertising boards are presented and are a credit to the football club

If we are not successful with our appeal to the council this will have financial implications in running of both adults teams, but more importantly the 60 youth players currently registered within the club to play weekly football, to improve their social skills and the enjoyment of team sports.

20. More Discounted Local Housing For Local People

Eleven new houses ranging from two to four bedrooms, semi-detached and detached, sensitively built and in keeping with the local area are currently awaiting planning permission.

The proposed construction area is within the bounds of the Whitacres (Kingsbury/Coleshill, Warwickshire), in an exclusive village location. They will be built specifically with local people in mind and will not go on the open market initially in order to allow local people to have priority.

Six of the houses will be available to rent the other five can be purchased at a highly discounted prices.

If you would like the opportunity to buy or rent a one of the dwellings described or even if you simply believe that local people deserve this type of opportunity please add your name to the petition.

21. Object to Development at Liberton Tower Mains


Glencairn Properties are proposing to develop residential units in a section of open land space, designated by Edinburgh Council as green belt and great landscape value.

Any development on this land would set a dangerous precedent in Edinburgh, and more specifically within the area of The Braids, and could signal further development within green belt and protected areas within Edinburgh.

Due to this the local community is strongly opposing any such development.

The area of land is currently used by children at the Montessori Arts School as an outdoor play area and learning facility, which would be lost as part of the proposed development.

In order to ensure that this application is refused please ensure that you share this petition with as many people as possible. The stronger the support, the stronger the voice the local community will have in ensuring this and future applications are refused.

The developer has finally lodged their planning application for the proposed housing units, the application and plans can be viewed on the below link. Crucially this is also where we must lodge objections with the Council to ensure that the opinions of the local community are heard.

Whilst notices of support on this petition are greatly welcomed formal objections via the planning portal and letters of objection to local councillors, MSPs and MP will be crucial in pushing the application towards refusal. Any such correspondence will be greatly appreciated by all who oppose this development.

Your support is greatly appreciated.

22. Safeguard the Five Ways Public House Nottingham

The Five Ways Public House has recently been sold and we understand that this Grade 2 listed building is to become a Muslim Education & community activity centre.

Planning permission is yet to be submitted at the time of writing this petition, according to the Nottingham City Council website.

Our concerns ( local residents ) is the future of the grade 2 listed interior and exterior design. We are also concerned regarding future use and believe that the Five Ways should remain a pub as determined by the current planning status.

Please sign and share this petition in order to strengthen our position during the consultation phase of any future planning permission.

Many Thanks.

23. Stop TESCO Taking Over Parkhead

Sheffield Council’s Planning Officer has gone against overwhelming public opinion and has recommended that the application for a food store on the Parkhead Garage site and the adjoining semi-detached house be granted conditionally.

Further details about this application and the Planning Officer’s recommendation can be found in planning application reference 14/00133/ful which can be viewed on Sheffield Council’s website.

If the Planning Committee approves TESCO’s proposals for a store, it is quite possible TESCO may make an attempt to purchase the other adjoining semi-detached house, demolish both houses and create a much larger store, thereby changing the distinctive residential feel of Parkhead and Whirlow for ever!

24. Abolish the Planning Inspectorate

The Planning Inspectorate effectively removes all democratic accountability in the planning system by continuously overriding the decisions of elected Councillors. This effectively allows developers to have free reign to push development by winning planning appeals either on technicalities or on the whim of an inspector with no local knowledge of the area they are deciding on.

The purpose of this petition is to abolish the Planning Inspectorate and allow appeals only where there has been a breach of the law which can be decided by the judicial process. This will strengthen the power of local democracy by ensuring those who make decisions can be held accountable.

Developers should also be encouraged to engage constructively with local authorities and local people rather than using the planning system to fight against their decisions. New housing will always be needed but should not come at the expense of destroying villages and putting significant strain on infrastructure.

25. Support Lidl in Huntingdon

Lidl was granted planning permission back in November 2013 for the redevelopment of the Former Stukeley Nurseries site in Huntingdon for a foodstore with a 1,063sqm sales area and 78 car parking spaces.

Lidl’s business model has since evolved in order to provide an improved customer experience through more space between aisles and checkouts and to create operational benefits arising from a more efficient store layout. The result of this being that Lidl now have a requirement for a slightly larger footprint and as such a revised planning application has been submitted to construct a store with a sales area of 1286sqm and 104 car parking spaces (including disabled and parent and child spaces).

The store will provide the town with a much needed discount food store, bringing more shopping choice to the local community and would create approximately 40 new jobs.

26. No Plas Ceiriog Young Adults Residential Home

A planning application has been submitted to change Plas Ceiriog in Glyn Ceiriog into a Young Adults Residential Home.

The company who have submitted the application are by all accounts a fine company who do excellent work with vulnerable young people. However WCBC is already well served with Residential Homes for young adults. there is no more demand in the area.

There is demand elsewhere (north west Wales, south east Wales), and research and evidence shows that for these vulnerable young adults to get the best possible outcomes they need to be repatriated back to their communities. They would therefore not be best served in an isolated rural community far from their own communities.

27. Stop Peel Holdings Plan AS17 - Petition to speak at Full Council Meeting

MMAAPP’s objection to Peel Holdings proposal AS17 to build a massive industrial/logistics complex on highly productive and most valued agricultural greenbelt. A development which would destroy habitat and prime food growing land, encourage urban sprawl and see communities merge. We are campaigning to protect the land and support development on alternative brownfield sites.

We would hope that Sefton Council will reject plan AS17 as inappropriate on agricultural greenbelt that is an essential gap between communities.

By 2030 the UK will need an additional 2 million hectares of good growing land. Why allow our best, most productive asset to be destroyed now, when brownfield sites are available, and are as well or even better connected for Peel’s purposes? Once it’s gone it’s gone: Forever.

Thank you for your support.

28. Bonne idée mais c'est trop! Cent-trente, trois et beau!

En mars de cette année, le Conseil municipal du village de North Hatley a donné son accord en principe à un projet de développement composé de 230 logements s’élevant jusqu’à une hauteur de cinq étages au cœur de notre beau village. Le projet a été présenté au public à de récentes séances d' information, générant beaucoup de discussions et de préoccupations.

Alors que le développement est le bienvenu à North Hatley, les résultats de ce projet seront avec nous pour des générations ; il est extrêmement important que nous faisions bien les choses!

Rejoignez un nombre croissant de personnes préoccupées par ce projet, en signant cette pétition adressée au Maire et au conseil de North Hatley, dans le but de réduire la taille et la densité de ce développement et de le soumettre à un examen obligatoire.

Merci de bien vouloir faire circuler ce message à tous ceux qui partagent notre préoccupation, et leur demander de signer également. Nous espérons présenter les résultats de cette pétition au maire et au Conseil lors de la prochaine réunion du Conseil le 8 Septembre.


In March of this year the Municipal Council of the Village of North Hatley gave Approval in Principle to a development project comprised of 230 dwellings rising in places to a height of five storeys in the core of our beautiful village. The project was presented to the public in recent information sessions, generating a great deal of discussion and concern.

While development is welcome in North Hatley, the results of this project will be with us for generations; it's vitally important we get it right!

Please join a growing number of concerned people in petitioning the Mayor and Council of North Hatley to reduce the size and density of this development and to submit it to binding review.

Please also would you circulate this message to anyone who shares our concern, asking that they also sign. We hope to present the results of this petition to the Mayor and Council at the September 8th Council Meeting.

29. Save Sefton Borough’s Green Belt – stop Peel Holdings’ plan

MMAAPP (Melling, Maghull and Aintree Against Peel Plan) exists to prevent over 100 acres of the UK’s best grade agricultural land being destroyed for profit and replaced by industrial units, leading to congested roads, loss of amenity, and the start of the erosion of the last of our Green Belt and the destruction of communities’ boundaries.

By 2030 the UK will need an additional 2 million hectares of good growing land. Why allow our best, most productive asset to be destroyed now, when brownfield sites are available, and as well if not better connected for Peel’s purposes. Once it’s gone it’s gone: Forever.

Thank you for your support.

30. Equality - Say no to Gypsy Planning Application Adsborough

Despite refusal of the original planning application by Taunton Deane Planners, the applicants are appealing. We need your help to support us in objecting to this application.

Access to the site is unsafe and we seek that gypsy planning applications are dealt with in the same manner as for any other resident. - Equal rights.