Stop the Proposed Development of Heath Park Woods

CardiffModel Engineering Society has applied to have a largeextension into the woods at Heath Park. This would mean adetrimental impact of the landscape of the park, greatlyrestricted access to woodland area, a loss of many trees andpruning of others, a danger to wildlife habitat and a possibilityof hazardous waste being spread. The peace and tranquilityenjoyed would be lost. There will also be a loss of open land.
We, the undersigned, are opposed to the PlanningApplication allowing Cardiff Model EngineeringSociety to develop a further area of Heath Park Woods. Wealso object to the disposal of the land in question by theCouncil and Fields in Trust



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  • Mrs. J.V. Cuddihee The Heath Park was not left to the people of Cardiff in order that the C.M.E.S could have part of the parkland to play with their trains. It would be interesting to know why they were allowed the land in the first place. Secondly, did they pay for the building of their clubhouse themselves and how much in rates do they pay a year. House rates around the Heath are quite hefty and I would be very happy if anyone can answer my queries.

  • C Williams If we don't preserve what little parkland we have now , we leave nothing for our children to enjoy as we have done .

  • Anonymous Green spaces contribute to health and well being. Increase rather than reduce the green area available in Heath and Cardiff overall.

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    Mrs. J.V. Cuddihee

    1 month ago Comments: The Heath Park was not left to the people of Cardiff in order that the C.M.E.S could have part of the parkland to play with their trains. It would be interesting to know why they were allowed the land in the first place. Secondly, did they pay for the building of their clubhouse themselves and how much in rates do they pay a year. House rates around the Heath are quite hefty and I would be very happy if anyone can answer my queries.
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