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
Our fight to have the Local Plan reviewed has now been covered by the Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/sep/09/green-belt-to-be-destroyed-for-homes-which-wont-be-needed To help please sign our petition https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/return-our-land-to-green-belt-coventry
Keresley Parish Council have provided the below responses to two more planning applications: Fivefield Road & Tamworth Road – OUT/2019/0022 Thompsons Farm, Thompsons Road – OUT/2019/0484
On Monday 29th April 2019 we presented our Greenbelt petition to the council. They fussed over how the purdah rules prevent George Duggins from coming out to take the petition. We took the pictures and handed it in anyway to George Duggins PA. We think he is responsible for the local plan and should answer […]
Save our Coventry green belt. Please sign our petition calling on Coventry City Council to begin a review of its local plan now, and return land to green belt. Please share with you fellow residents and encourage them to sign also.
The planning application has been submitted for 500 homes between Bunsen Wood and the Keresley Rugby Club (also known as Thompsons Road / Thompsons Farm development). If you have concerns about this development, and how it will affect the local area when considered alongside all the other developments, now is the time to raise your […]