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
Many of you may have already received this notification from the council regarding the amended plans that have been submitted for the development at Tamworth Road and Fivefield Road. If you didn’t submit comments previously then please do so now – you have until the 28th March. Comments can sent to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting ref OUT/2019/0022 or by post […]
We all currently trying to get the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government to call in the planning application for Kings Hill, as well as suspend the other applications that have been made in our area. Green Belt Supporters – please personalise the letter attached (map attached here) – and email it […]
Andy Street, West Midlands Mayor, is supporting local residents opposing the recent planning applications to build on the Greenbelt at Eastern Green. https://twitter.com/andy4wm/status/1225313685356371970
Residents of Keresley please contact Coventry City Planning and lodge your objections to the Thompsons Lane Development amendments, this is important, the Parish Council response is a guideline only. You can see the full details of the parish council response to the amendments here.
Residents please respond to this latest document revising the planning application for the Hall Brook development and send your objections. The Parish Council will be publishing their objections shortly.
It’s Question Time! With the upcoming elections we’ve an opportunity to ask our parliamentary candidates questions on the green belt, the environment, climate change and housing. This will take place on Wednesday 27th November at 7pm at the Hare & Hounds, Watery Lane, Keresley. This meeting will be chaired by Bob Brolly.
On Sunday afternoon, 150 local people walked around historic and beautiful Keresley to protest against plans to build 3100 homes on land that was until recently greenbelt. Coventry council themselves said, in 1995, it is the best remaining piece of the Ancient Arden landscape (the model for Shakespeare’s Forest of Arden) People were amazed to […]
The Coventry Observer produced an excellent piece this week covering opposition from students at Cardinal Newman to the proposed Green Belt developments. You can read the full article here
Save Our Greenbelt – Keresley Community WalkSunday 6th October 2019 3pmLeaving from the Hare and Hounds, Watery Lane, KeresleyOne hour easy walk over historic and beautiful Keresley – Shakespeare’s Forest of ArdenPlease walk with us, show your support and protect our Green Belt More details here