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  1. Angry residents have responded to the latest major planning application by Gulliver's World and objections have poured into Warrington Development Control. The Application 2020/36670 and 2020/3670 will destroy 15 acres of woodland for the siting of holiday chalets, 69 static caravans and lodges and woodland activity zone. Construction of welcome suite/staff headquarters,pet resort,spa, and facilities building,provision of hard surfaces and parking areas and other hard and soft ground works. The application launched at the outset of the pandemic lock down must go down as a cynica
  2. Has SHa left the building ?????????

  3. I've quoted some of the adverse comments (2012) regarding the happenings related to the Bewsey Old Hall development. At the time I thought that Urban Splash were the White Knight to save the Old Hall and criticism was a bit over the top,harsh even. However events since then have laid bare what the reality is aided and abetted by a uselessly out manoeuvred planning enforcement regime at Warrington Borough Council. The Planning Inspectorate approved the development with specific conditions related to bat protection and wild life concerns, as the enabling development of 48 apartments was t
  4. Charles Bluck is the footpath czar gathering names of users who may be asked to provide statements at a later date cbluck@warrington.gov.uk
  5. It's a long time since I was on here and I'd like to say that it was easy to pitch up again but found it very difficult to get to grips with the format upgrade since last I was here. The Urban Splash 48 apartment enabling development related to the Bewsey Old Hall has been ongoing since 2005 but only gained final approval by Government Inspector in 2009. Since then the site has been a shambles but latest activity has resulted in a local footpath described in the approval as a public right of way has been closed. The footpath is a continuation of Bewsey Farm Close, that's adjacent
  6. During the week letter boxes in Orford were stuffed with leaflets advising the a waste disposal site is to be opened up on the old gas works site off the A49 The site will take black bin and green bin waste. no further information. Can't be true surely? Fake News perhaps?
  7. Looks as if its full stink ahead as planning application to fence off the area has been approved yesterday
  8. During the week letter boxes in Orford were stuffed with leaflets advising the a waste disposal site is to be opened up on the old gas works site off the A49 The site will take black bin and green bin waste. no further information. Can't be true surely? Fake News perhaps?
  9. Light pollution from domestic premises can be a "statutory nuisance" (act 2005) covered by Environmental Services street lighting was exempted from the act. Complainants have to rely on lack of best practise by council to gain any satisfaction.
  10. The lighting project is completed in Old Hal and the "light trespass" from light spill/back light is horrendous across my garden and bedrooms . Is anyone else experiencing this problem like this?
  11. Can someone illuminate me as to why perfectly satisfactory street lights are being replaced in Callands and Old Hall ??
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    20 mph

    How on earth did you manage to measure the speeds ??
  13. boris1066

    20 mph

    Gorrit !! The lunatics are finally running the asylum !
  14. boris1066

    20 mph

    Cllr Kevin Reynolds at 21 Feb 2012 9:42:20 AM UTC Cllr Kevin Reynolds ( Author) said this on 21 Feb 2012 9:42:20 AM UTC I do feel that the town at this present time has greater priorities and that this money would be better spent on keeping the likes of Woodlea Care Home open. Or it could be used to fill the £150K shortfall on flood defence. I fully understand the safety aspect and we should be responsible when on the road but Common sense must be used because let's face it the average speed around town must be about 15 to 18 MPH. (Reply to this comment) Thats 2 councillors th
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