NOVEMBER 2014 UPDATE
Please show your support by completing our
A list of supporters who have signed the online petition will be sent to the Planning Inspectorate, just provide your details. Deadline 25th November 2014
Next Committee Meeting
The Sir Thomas Wyatt Pub
Together, we will aim to Educate Croudace Homes, MBC Planning
Authorities and Planning Committee of the Needs, Wants and
Desires of Allington Residents as they consider and finally decide
how to develop the site (Land East of Hermitage Lane)
for our mutual benefit.
Together, we will advise them of what they cannot do if they
respect Public Opinion.
Together, we will oppose any unfair treatment of our
Natural Green Space & Amenity.
BBC News Kent 09-11-2013
Allington residents in protest march to save Bluebell Wood……. MORE
We are not out of the Woods yet !!
The recent application was refused by both MBC and Tonbridge & Malling. Croudace will now go to Appeal because they firmly believe they will get a favourable decision from the Inspector because of the NPPF Regulations. Now is the time for you to voice your opinion…..! If we do not let Croudace know how we continue to feel about this development they will think we going to accept one of their schemes… VOICE YOUR OPINION
The leaflet from Barton Willmore is confusing. (we hope you agree?)
As a resident in this area NEITHER scheme is acceptable.
Scheme 3 - confusion over no of houses - they propose to build 420 PLUS 80 = 500... NOT just 80 houses.
Access road between the fields will cut across the ancient woodland - causing irretrievable damage.
Scheme 2 - no of houses will be 420 built in reservoir field - this number needs to be reduced.
No infrastructure in place in this area to cope with either scheme.
Too much traffic will be generated by this development into Hermitage Lane.
Neither schemes even mention MBC's requirement of a country park… (this will also safe guard future development in the lower fields…)
VISIT THE SCHEME WEBPAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION
TO RESPOND TO THIS LEAFLET WITH YOUR COMMENTS OF REJECTION - EMAILRESEARCH@BARTONWILLMORE.CO.UK & MICHELE.GIBSON@BARTONWILLMORE.CO.UK
or post a letter fao