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Smarten up site on corner of High Street, Gresford.

336 Signatures Goal: 100

We the undersigned call on Wrexham County Borough Council to use any planning enforcement powers necessary to improve the neglected site on the corner of High Street, Gresford.


It has been abandoned for too long and work needs to take place.

Please encourage others to sign this petition to get this eyesore sorted out.

Many thanks,

Andrew Atkinson


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  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Mar 26, 2017
    Mar 26, 2017
    Spent a long time talking to locals today and they all agree that that the owner should lay the area to lawn and put a few benches on there to relax and enjoy Gresford life. Couldnt agree more. Im sure the owner would completly agree to be paying the best part of a mortgage so people can sit there and enjoy the view.
  • Mary smith
    Mary smith United Kingdom, Birmingham
    Mar 26, 2017
    Mar 26, 2017
    The owner wanted to build housing on the plot of land but was advised the access issues would prevent any planning being accepted. What is the poor guy supposed to do. He has been thwarted at every attempt to develop the land from the immediate residents. C'mon Gresford where is this community spirit that you're all claiming to have.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Mar 26, 2017
    Mar 26, 2017
    I think the derilict land is and insult. There are so many travellers that need need a place to stay. I think the owner should allow travellers to stay on there. Their extra funds will be of a benifit to the local communitee and be benificial to the village.
  • Duncan Nagle
    Duncan Nagle United Kingdom, Dudley
    Mar 26, 2017
    Mar 26, 2017
    This eyesore is a sad indictment of everything that is wrong with society today. It starts off with an abandoned plot, and before you know it we will have gone full "Mad Max" and will be running around the place wearing necklaces made of human skulls.
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