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Say NO to further development of Brough

149 Signatures Goal: 250

Brough has been rapidly developed and expanded over the last decade until it has reached its current point of saturation.

 Our schools, roads, public facilities and local environment can no longer support this growth, and struggle to meet the demands of the current population. 

 To this end, we the undersigned therefore ask that East Riding of Yorkshire County Council and the Elloughton-cum-Brough Parish Council, take action to prevent the proposed development to the south of the railway line and the east of Skillings lane.

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  • Richard Robinson
    Richard Robinson United Kingdom, Hull
    Aug 24, 2015
    Aug 24, 2015
    Criminal if the house get knocked down...certainly don't need reason to increase more traffic around a school and park area...hope money speaks!!!!
  • Julian Taylor
    Julian Taylor United Kingdom, York
    May 16, 2015
    May 16, 2015
    It is time that the rampant over development of areas such as Brough and Beverley was reviewed. There needs to be a strategic approach to house building, not just a capitulation to builders who are only interested in profit.
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    Judy Robson United Kingdom
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