Save our Green BeltCome to the old Council House, Tuesday 8 Sept, 13.15We will present petitions with 6,300 signatures Please come to the old Council House on Tuesday 8 Sept, at 13.15. We are going to hand over our petitions, calling for a review of the local plan, with more than 6000 signatures to Gary […]
The Coventry Observer today published a story about the huge development plans for the King’s Hill area – is it about to get ‘called-in’ by the government? We certainly hope so – read all about it here.
Gary Ridley and Andy Street have setup a petition which aims to block plans for homes on green belt land in Coventry. Please see the below article from the Coventry Telegraph: https://www.coventrytelegraph.net/news/coventry-news/petition-aims-block-plans-homes-18592601 If you wish to sign this petition – you can do so using the following link: http://www.protectcoventrysgreenspaces.co.uk/
The response to FUL/2020/0748 (444 dwellings on land bordered by Bennetts Road, Watery Lane and Penny Park Lane) from Keresley Parish Council makes for interesting reading. Clearly many issues with the quality of the application.
Please comment on the proposed Coventry air quality action plan, even if you only have the time to do it briefly. The consultation closes on Sunday so please try and get comments in this weekend (although late submissions will be still be accepted) – https://www.coventry.gov.uk/airquality Please find attached the background information from Coventry City Council, […]
Two more applications have been submitted within the Keresley SUE area. Please object to the application for 444 homes off Penny Park Lane and Watery Lane, the consultation expires 23 May 2020. Currently it is shown as being delegated to the officer for decision. If the usual rules apply, it will go to committee if […]
Coventry Observer cover the under the radar approval of 40 houses on Watery Lane, Keresley Coronavirus: Coventry council accused of using pandemic to approve homes without consulting residents