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Save 'The Wades' Church Building

251 Signatures Goal: 250

We, the undersigned, petition the Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council to uphold the Restrictive Covenant in place upon the land at the junction of the Wades and Acacia St in Hatfield, to keep it as a much needed Place of Worship and community facility in South Hatfield. The Covenant should not be breached since the site has been in continuous use as a church from the time South Hatfield was planned and built, and it is still much-needed. The purpose of the Covenant is to protect this provision by preventing residential development of the land. The covenant should be upheld because: 1. Other local churches are in need of church buildings, are willing to purchase it and continue its use as a Place of Worship. 2. The building is in good condition, with modern facilities and is easy to maintain and repair. 3. Demolition of the church would leave a void in South Hatfield and result in an unnecessary loss of local community facility. 4. The local housing target has been met and there is a greater need locally for this building as a church than more flats.

Sponsor

EBC Hatfield representing local churches without their own buildings

Links


EBC Hatfield's website

Comment

251

Signatures

  • 3 years ago
    Ireen Munjere United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Ruth Nyathi United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Drake Mabhunu United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Aaron Murazvu United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Roger Broadhurst United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Patience Kupakuwana United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Christine Webster United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Pearl Selvadurai United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    imelda gutierrez United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    ntombi mbhele United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    edwin gutierrez United Kingdom
    3 years ago
  • 3 years ago
    David Lee United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    DEREK TARR United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    T.Massingham United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Majekodunmi .A. United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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