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ESCC Release Into Public Domain Your Discussions with Developers Wimpey

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KINGS DRIVE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT, EASTBOURNE, ON LAND KNOWN AS POCOCKS FIELD. We the undersigned call upon East Sussex County Council (ESCC) to release into the Public Domain, ALL of its discussions with the developers ‘Wimpey’. East Sussex County Council (ESCC) say that after discussions with the Developers, Wimpey, they feel that Wimpey’s new draft Transport Assessment and Travel Plan is likely to address their highway concerns! SO WHY IS EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL WILLING TO ABANDON POCOCKS FIELD TO DEVELOPERS Is it because they are more confident with Wimpey’s revised Travel Plans and traffic assessments (THEY COULD NOT PROVIDE US WITH ANY DETAILS OF THE PLANS THOUGH!) Or does it comes down to a financial contribution of over half a million pounds that ESCC could make from Wimpey, if the development goes ahead I put this to East Sussex County Council at the planning meeting on the 15th. You can view exactly what I said to them on the discussion board of group's website to Save Pococks Field Minutes are taken during the meetings with ESCC and Wimpey, and therefore everything that is discussed is recorded. We want to know what negotiations have taken place between ESCC and Wimpey. We therefore call upon East Sussex County Council (ESCC) to release into the Public Domain, ALL of its discussions with the developers ‘Wimpey’. We have a right to know!


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Published & promoted by D. Purchese on behalf of N. Grover (Lib Dems) both at 100 Seaside Road, Eastbourne REASONS WHY POCOCKS FIELD SHOULD NOT BE BUILT UPON: * It is home to many protected wildlife * It contains important archaeology * Its situated on a flood plain * The access to this development would cause significant road safety hazards FOR MORE INFO VISIT THE POCOCKS FIELD WEBSITE


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