Comments and questions for Public Meeting on planning issues on 9 April 2015

Richard Warren
7th April 2015
a question for all parliamentary candidates. The Communities and Local Government Committee when reviewing the NPPF said that it is not preventing unsustainable development; that it is leading to communities being subject to inappropiate and unwanted housing development. and that it is giving insufficient protection to England's town centres. In light of this, If elected what would you do to repair this broken and destructive planning process.
val pitt
6th April 2015
this development to be taken in tandem with dumpling green devp. and the hub of mcdonalds etc on tesco roundabout - they all have 3 things in common - CAPITA (breck council~) pushing for greenfield development, the westfield bridge that needs rebuilding and the pumping/ sewerage pump station proposal for dumpling green.why hasnt this been notified to public?without these latter problems sorted development will be difficult also: Why is CAPITA a billion company advising for greenfield development - what are UKIPs thoughts on this? also is the breckland rep. on panel on CAPITA payroll if not why arent they here - if the panel member is CAPITA - do they realize that the company has been in last 8 weeks on front page of INDEPENDENT for mal practice? also why does river TUD need enhancing - both developers use this grammar thus they obviously have had meetings as dumpling green/westfield so near each other. The Tud does not need enhancment it HAS Enchantment
Frances Needham, Parish Clerk
25th March 2015
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Frances Needham, Parish Clerk
11th March 2015
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