PLANNING APPLICATION SUBM…

June 6, 2012 at 1:51 pm 1 comment

PLANNING APPLICATION SUBMITTED FOR RADFORD BRIDGE ROAD GARDENS, WOLLATON

Commercial Estates Group has now submitted a Outline Planning Application to Nottingham City Council for permission to develop the allotment site. This includes a proposed residential development and the “remediation” of all the residual allotment plots on the 27-acre site.

The public are invited to submit comments to the NCC on the proposals BEFORE 15 JUNE 2012.

The Application is accessible via the NCC website or at the City Planning Department between 8.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. Monday to Friday, holidays excepted.
To view the Application, use the following web link:

http://plan4.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/WAM/pas/findCaseFile.do?appNumber=12%2F01583&action=Search

or visit the City Council at the address below

or see Need Help? below

Submit your comments in any (or all!) of the following ways:
You must quote Application No. 12/01583/POUT.

1. VIA THE ABOVE WEBSITE:

2. BY EMAIL:
To: development.management@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

3. BY LETTER:
To: Nottingham City Council, Development Management, City Planning, Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham NG2 3NG. tel: 0115 8764447.

You must quote Application No. 12/01583/POUT

PLEASE REMEMBER !!!
THE DEADLINE IS 15 June 2012

NEED HELP? :

Submit your email address to sueamarshall@virginmedia.com in order to help keep informed of the situation and/or to request information on the contents of the application. There are 92 components, and I can advise which are the most relevant and succinct (in fact 2 documents, which I can send direct to you).

PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING YOUR VIEWS KNOWN TO THE COUNCIL.

1 June 2012

The following is a email from a Plot holder on the Radford Bridge Road Allotments. All support is welcome:

Good morning,

I am writing to you as I promised to update you of the ‘progress’ of the above.   The developers, Commercial Estates Group, have submitted an Application for Outline Planning Permission on the above 27-acre site for residential development and for remediation of the residual plots.  By remediation they apparently mean that the allotments that are not being built on will be ploughed up,  the inter-plot hedgerows, buildings and paths removed, and the new plots realigned.  The potential loss of hedgerow amounts to about 6.5 miles, and the impact on the ecology of loss of mature fruit trees will be horrendous. 

I am writing again to seek the support of fellow allotmenters by asking them to submit comments on this Application.  I appreciate that this is a very busy time of the gardening year, but an objection can be as simple as, for example, “I do not agree with any change of use of allotment land” to as detailed as you like.  I append a notice which you may be willing to display.  It details how to read about the application and how to submit comments.    

If anyone needs help, they are welcome to contact me. 

With kind regards, 

Sue Marshall: sueamarshall@virginmedia.com

renter, Radford Bridge Road allotments, Wollaton

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  • 1. northwollatonra  |  May 12, 2014 at 11:31 am

    To update any readers: Sadly, the application by Commercial Estates Group with the Radford Bridge Road Garden Holders Association has been allowed after appeal. Objections by the city council, local residents, allotment holders, Lilian Greenwood MP and Councillors were dismissed by Jennifer Vyse from the planning inspectorate. The Case Reference Q3060/A/13/2200191. You may read the full report at: http://www.pcs.planningportal.gov.uk/pcsportal/CaseSearchResults.asp

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