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Daresbury against inappropriate development

133 Signatures Goal: 100

What the residents in Daresbury are petitioning against....

To oppose a planning application and subsequent appeal to develop part of the green belt in The Village of Daresbury

To prevent the establishment of a permanent travellers site on Newton Lane, which has been forced upon residents without any regard to the feelings of the community, appropriateness of the site, or consideration of the environment. 

To protect a green field which is alongside a conservation area in the midst of a network of public footpaths and other areas of local natural beauty, including the birthplace of Lewis Carroll.  To also protect Daresbury's attraction on the tourist trail, well known as the Alice in Wonderland Village and secondly as a world class science and business centre. 

We would also like to raise awareness that this particular developer has purchased a further field closer to the village centre.  It is a major concern that if permission was ever granted for the Newton Lane site, it could encourage a subsequent illegal bank holiday move of caravans on to the second much larger field. 

The Planning Inspectorate has already deemed the Newton Lane encampment inappropriate.  Halton Borough Council has made every effort to provide alternative accommodation, largely because they also disagree with the development.   This petition confirms that the settled community in Daresbury would also be against any applications or appeals of the same. 

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  • 3 years ago
    Barrie Tennant United Kingdom
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    M Devereux United Kingdom
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    Philip Geddes United Kingdom
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    Lynne Tickle United Kingdom
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    andrew leech United Kingdom
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    Dawn Addison United Kingdom
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    mark Mitchell United Kingdom
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    Joan Barton United Kingdom
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    Alistair Wilson United Kingdom
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    S Hallman United Kingdom
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    Helen Acton United Kingdom
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    Sue Emson United Kingdom
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    Emma Adams United Kingdom
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    Katie Davies United Kingdom
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    Fiona Peacock United Kingdom
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