PETITION IN SUPPORT OF THE PLANNING APPLICATION BY FOREST EDGE KART CLUB FOR THE CONTINUATION OF USE OF MINISTRY of DEFENCE LAND AT DRAYTON DOWN FOR KART RACING. Forest Edge Kart Club is a members club run by a committee of members for its members and has continuously used the Ministry of Defence land at Drayton Down, for 28 days per year, since its move to Barton Stacey in 2004. Forest Edge Kart Club is, and will continue to be, governed by the rules and stringent safety, environmental and administration regulations of the Motor Sports Association (MSA). The primary and sole reason for this application has been driven by our Landlords, The Ministry of Defence, in order that all parties involved can comply with recent changes to the law on use of Crown Land for recreational use. THERE IS NO INTENTION, BY FOREST EDGE KART CLUB, TO CHANGE THE CURRENT STRUCTURE, TYPE OR FREQUENCY OF MEETINGS BUT TO CONTINUE AS WE HAVE RUN SINCE 2004. We the members, competitors, helpers, supporters, volunteers, marshals and officials of Forest Edge Kart Club respectfully petition Test Valley Borough Council and the Local Parish Council of Barton Stacey and Long Parish to approve the above planning application for the continued use of the Ministry of Defence land at Drayton Down for our sport of kart racing under the identical terms and conditions we have operated on since 2004. By adding your details below you add your support to the petition named above. Forest Edge Kart Club will respect your privacy and your email details will only be used by Forest Edge to contact you regarding club events or to, if necessary, to verify your support for this petition. PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT YOUR INDIVIDUAL DETAILS MORE THAN ONCE AS THIS MAY INVALIDATE YOU SUPPORT FOR THE PETITION.
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