50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

What do you think about the quality and pace of housing development in Ware?

Re: 50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

Postby mb1 » Fri 30 Jan 2015 11:07 am

That is your opinion wareite1969, not the actual position. The actual position is, as Scottman says, that the planning process will determine the suitability or otherwise of the development. The government has already determined this is a suitable place for building. The planning people now get to decide if the plans are viable.
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Re: 50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

Postby andyc » Fri 30 Jan 2015 12:33 pm

Scottman wrote:Worth remembering it's our public land that is being sold - it is Council owned land (ie you and me).


I've just re-quoted the last bit Scottman.

Since becoming an Academy the land is owned by the school and can be checked via the land registry if required.
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Re: 50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

Postby Ian » Fri 30 Jan 2015 12:36 pm

mb1 wrote:The government has already determined this is a suitable place for building.


Really? Where's your evidence for this?
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Re: 50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

Postby The Masked Woler » Fri 30 Jan 2015 12:38 pm

Wareite1969 wrote:People should not feel they have to accept an inappropriate housing scheme just because the school wants a new sports hall.


In this case and that of the thousands of other houses being dumped on Ware people will have to swallow whatever the council they voted in decide to foist on them.
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Re: 50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

Postby garymanchee » Fri 30 Jan 2015 1:00 pm

The governments' decision to allow building on the school field was based on inaccurate and mis-leading information - read the document. Its being challenged.
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Re: 50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

Postby mb1 » Fri 30 Jan 2015 2:42 pm

Again, your opinion not the actual situation. The doc see the to Town Council was full of errors and is unlikelying to sway anything in a serious body.
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Re: 50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

Postby Scottman » Sat 31 Jan 2015 9:07 pm

andyc wrote:
Scottman wrote:Worth remembering it's our public land that is being sold - it is Council owned land (ie you and me).


I've just re-quoted the last bit Scottman.

Since becoming an Academy the land is owned by the school and can be checked via the land registry if required.


Aah - thank you - I stand corrected.

Does it also say how much the Academy paid the public purse for this land ?

either way, it is important that those grieving against this Application do so on planning facts not emotion. If it is land suitable for building then an appropriate number of houses etc may be approved. What is 'interesting' is that some developers are over intensifying the application to generate a preconditioned price for the land.

Well I need £1.5 million for my current property, so I will be putting in an Application for extra homes on my plot so my innermost desires are realised. No problem, I'm sure....
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Re: 50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

Postby alee » Wed 25 Feb 2015 10:40 am

Does anyone know what EHDC planning meeting this will be discussed at?
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Re: 50 more houses, is Park Road not busy enough ?

Postby alee » Wed 25 Mar 2015 9:54 am

Looks like Thu 28 May 2015 is the planning meeting.....
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