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Del-Boy developers

At the beginning of the Oswestry Hillfort saga  we mentioned the danger that it might develop along the lines perfected by Tarmac PLC at Thornborough Henges – and indeed used by almost every developer and market trader wishing to make a bob or two…… 181 more words

Damage And Desecration

Cheshire East sound confident

LoveGoostrey has spoken to CE and they are confident they have a 5 year housing supply and plan to confirm this after Easter. The problem seems to be that the Elworth Appeal came at the same time that CE were finalising their 5 year supply. 253 more words

Local Plan

Planning Application: Thaxted (120), West of Walden Rd; Gladman (UTT/14/1033/OP)

Overview

Development of up to 120 homes on farmland to the north-west of Thaxted, between Walden Rd and Watling Street.

** UDC’s Public Consultation on this development is open for comment until 12th May 2014. 129 more words

Uttlesford Local Plan

Please sign the CPRE's charter to save our countryside

The CPRE has issued “a wake up call for the Government”…..
“We are saying loud and clear that whatever their original intentions, the reformed planning system is not working. 227 more words

Planning Applications

English Heritage gives Oswestry protestors a boost?

The above of course is a fantasy. But it’s interesting because the distance from the monument to the houses, about 150 m, is similar to the first proposal for the development around Oswestry Hill Fort. 465 more words

Planning Applications

Goostrey housing allocation

Past developments have indicated significant populations of Great Crested newts around Goostrey and Cheshire, but there’s only one Jodrell Bank.  In any case 60 houses* have already been granted planning permission in Goostrey’s Local Service Centre area since 2010 so Cheshire East’s housing Allocation has already been met. 194 more words

Planning Applications

Westminster planning and licensing applications in Fitzrovia, March 2014

There were 40 planning applications validated by Westminster City Council in March 2014. 

Environment