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HELP US STOP THIS MASSIVE OVER-DEVELOPMENT

DEVELOPERS ARE PROPOSING TO BUILD ALMOST 700 FLATS ON THE HOMEBASE SITE IN BLOCKS UP TO 20 STOREYS

This would dominate the surrounding streets of two-storey houses and three and four storey blocks of flats.

You can comment on the developer’s proposals on their website, but if you think this is a gross over-development of the site, please sign our petition, which we will submit as an objection to the scheme, if and when a planning application is submitted.

Assuming an application is submitted, we will e-mail you to let you know so you can make your own objections directly to the Council.

Just click on the box below to sign the petition – and so that we can show this is a cross-party campaign, please let us know which party you voted for in the last election, if you are happy to do so. 

If you want to join the local Conservative’s mailing list, please complete the form at the bottom of the page and if you want to ask us anything else, please use the contact form. 

Thank you.

Sign The Petition.

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Conservative Councillor Emma Best is leading this campaign for the local Conservatives

The developer is running a local consultation before submitting a Planning Application

You can comment on the developers website and sign our petition. 

Please fill out the contact form on the right and tell us you want to get involved. We will be in touch!

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