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Archive for the ‘Greenhill farm proposed development’ Category

The District Council have today published a report on their website concerning the allocation of housing in the local area. This report will be discusssed at the next Cabinet meeting next week. Cllr Michael Wyatt said, “It’s important we monitor everything that is being said. We need to make sure we continue to pile on […]

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Once again the owners of Greenhill Farm have submitted a planning application for the change of use of land from agricultural to domestic. The planning application reference number is 09/00371/CLE. If anyone objects to the application please send in your objections to :Development control North West leics District Council. Alternatively you can send an e-mail […]

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Over 400 local people have signed a petition against plans to include land off Greenhill Road for housing. Monday 23rd March is the deadline for any objections or comments concerning the development plan. Local Councillors along with local residents have campaigned against the inclusion of land off Greenhill Farm being included in the final draft, […]

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Local residents along with Cllr Michael Wyatt delivered over 200 signed letters addressed to the Leader of the Council, urging him to back their campaign to stop land off Greenhill Road being included in the plan for the additional 9000 houses earmarked for Coalville. Cllr Michael Wyatt said, “If the Greenhill Farm Development was included […]

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Don’t lose your chance to have your say!

by michaelwyatt on 9 March, 2009

North West Leicestershire is issuing a reminder that consultation on the Core Strategy for the future development of North West Leicestershire will close at 5pm on Monday 23rd March 2009. This follows four months of public consultation. Cllr Michael Wyatt said, “Its very important people send in their comments on the proposed plans for North […]

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Hundreds of local residents turned out last night at the LDF meeting held at King Edward VII Community College, to express their objections to the potential allocation of over 9000 new houses being built in the Coalville area. Many local residents voiced their anger at the proposed sites, which would see many of new houses […]

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The Conservative controlled District Council have now agreed to extend the deadline of the consultation for the development plan after Cllr Michael Wyatt demanded it be extended after many residents complained about not being able to have a proper say on the potential sites being earmarked for housing in the local area. Cllr Michael Wyatt […]

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Greenhill Farm Development protest!

by admin on 1 February, 2009

Thank you to everyone who turned up this morning at one of the proposed area’s being considered for the development plan, which could see over 250 houses being built on open countryside, right next to the Charnwood Forest. Over 50 people turned out in the bitter cold to show their support in trying to stop […]

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Online Petition for local residents.

by michaelwyatt on 20 January, 2009

Online Petition against Greenhill Farm Proposed Development. If you have not already signed Cllr Michael Wyatt’s petition then please click on the below link, which will allow you to sign a online petition against the proposed development off Greenhill Road.  http://campaigns.libdems.org.uk/Greenhillfarmpetition  

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Your local Liberal Democrat Councillors will soon be inviting local residents affected by the Greenhill Farm proposal to a further meeting to discuss the latest developments, and how we can continue to highlight your concerns over any development of this site. Cllr Michael Wyatt said, “We will be writing to all affected area’s inviting local […]

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