Monthly Archives: July 2017

GREENLIGHT CONSULTATION LIVE

SODC’s consultation for Greenlight Development’s 74 units scheme opposite East Hagbourne Primary School is now live on SODC's Planning Portal. The deadline for comment is 16th August 2017. 

Residents have formed the Red Light Greenlight Campaign to oppose the development. Follow progress on the campaign’s Facebook page or get in touch with the campaign chair, Susan Pring

Red Light Greenlight have published some tips on how to respond to SODC's consultation. See their flyer

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SHOULD GREENLIGHT BE GREENLIT?

[Update: residents are forming a campaign group in opposition to Greenlight's proposal. They are meeting at Hagbourne Village Hall on Friday 14th July at 7.30pm. See flyer here.]

Greenlight Developments has lodged their application for up to 74 units next to Hagbourne Village Hall. It is now live on SODC's Planning Portal. The consultation will begin in the next day or two. 

Greenlight Developments presented their plans to East Hagbourne Parish Council on 22nd June. Attending residents were very vocal and articulate in their objections to the scheme. Traffic volume, road safety worries, and loss of rural landscape were recurrent themes. Since then Greenlight has met with representatives of the school, Village Hall committee and Parish Council. 

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PERMISSION IS HEREBY REFUSED

We are one more important step forward to securing a green future for the Green Gap. 

The Honourable Justice Dove of the High Court has refused Grainger’s request for a Judicial Review of the case. The judgement notice unequivocally supports the Inspector’s reasoning, and it trashes Grainger’s spurious claims of illegality. 

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