the undersigned residents of Weedon and surrounding areas wish to
register our opposition to the development of a large residential area
on land off New Street in Weedon. We call on the
decision makers to reject the building of such an excessive
development in the view of overwhelming local opposition.
Please take our survey after signing the petition: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JMGBDQK
This is an ill conceived proposal with clearly no consideration for the effect on the existing community or impact on an already strained infrastructure. Its motivation can only be to line the pockets of the land owner and developer.
The proposition of a residential development of this size in this location practically and technically flawed. The road network in the heart of the village struggles to cope with the current volume particularly over the single lane bridge at the main access to the major junction of the A5/A45 and as a consequence in areas is already dangerous. Coupled to this the school is at capacity even following recent building works.
The position of the site and number of proposed properties cannot be accommodated within the infrastructure of the village.
More SEWAGE? No Thanks!
More TRAFFIC? No Thanks!
More FLOODING? No Thanks!
Bigger SCHOOL? No Room!
EMPTY PROPERTY? Why?
PARK AT THE SURGERY? Where?
Deana towersey1 month ago Comments: Today I went to look at a little house on New Croft which I was about to put in an offer for when I spotted a neighbour and asked about the area. I was stunned to hear about the development that would destroy the beautiful countryside at the rear of the property. Needless to say I have changed my mind. I feel sorry for residents whose house prices will plummet when they lose the surrounding countryside to a modern housing development.
Rachel Roberts2 months ago Comments: The village has to grow, this is something I truly believe, however it needs to be in areas which will not push, already over loaded streets. With the bypass plans in place surely there are areas on the outskirts of the village that can be infilled next to the A45/A5
Andrew Standen3 months ago Comments: Like others, I am concerned about increased traffic in the village, which is already bottle necked at times in the centre. Increased demand on services is another worry; we have fluctuating water pressure on a regular basis already and increased pressure on the sewage infrastructure would also be a concern.
- We have collected 564 of signatures and this application by Gladman was refused on 8th October 2014. Thank you!
- Transport infrastructure is already overloaded, the congestion through the village would be terrible.
- This is an ill conceived proposal with clearly no consideration for the effect on the existing community or impact on an already strained infrastructure. Its motivation can only be to line the pockets of the land owner and developer.