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Help Stop St Modwen Development

You must do this before 14/12/20

St.Modwen Development Limited have submitted a planning application to build another distribution centre on the land between Castle Donington and Hemington. Both Castle Donington and Hemington and Lockington Parish Councils are fighting hard to stop this development.

We Need Your Help!

We need as many people as possible to object to this planning application.

THIS IS HOW YOU CAN HELP

BY EMAIL

  1. Email your comments to adam.mellor@nwleicestershire.gov.uk
  2. Subject: Objection to St Modwen development Ref. 19/01496/OUTM
  3. Use some of all of the reasons to object from the list below.
  4. PLEASE USE YOUR OWN WORDS DO NOT COPY AND PASTE AS MULTIPLE COPIED COMMENTS ONLY COUNT ONCE.

BY POST

  1. Write to Planning Dept, NWLDC, Whitwick Rd, Coalville, LE67 3F
  2. Subject: Objection to St Modwen development Ref. 19/01496/OUTM
  3. Use some of all of the reasons to object from the list below.
  4. PLEASE USE YOUR OWN WORDS DO NOT COPY AND PASTE AS MULTIPLE COPIED COMMENTS ONLY COUNT ONCE.

COMMENT ONLINE

  1. If you are not registered you need to be registered on the NWLDC website so that you can make a comment on the application. Here is the link to register https://nwleics-self.achieveservice.com/ssauth/register?return_url=https%3A%2F%2Fnwleics-self.achieveservice.com%2Fen&lang=en
  2. Click the link below to view the planning application on NWLDC planning site https://plans.nwleics.gov.uk/public-access/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PVKCGNLRJY100
  3. Click the "Comments" tab
  4. Click "Login to make a Comment"
  5. Once you have logged in you will see a form to register your comments.
  6. Use some of all of the reasons to object from the list below.
  7. PLEASE USE YOUR OWN WORDS DO NOT COPY AND PASTE AS MULTIPLE COPIED COMMENTS ONLY COUNT ONCE.

Reasons to Object

  1. This St Modew development removes the physical and perceived separation between Castle Donington and Hemington creates a ribbon development and which contradicts policy S3(ii) and (iii).
  2. Hemington is a historical and local distinctiveness village, our community will be destroyed by 20m high grey warehouses and the character and appearance of the landscape will be adversely affected. The main entrance to Hemington village will be surrounded on both sides by warehouses. This is in contravention to policy S3(i).
  3. There is a more appropriate site already seeking planning permission on Netherfield Lane. This site is well away from any villages and would not contravene the policies listed in 1 and 2 above.

Last updated: Mon, 07 Dec 2020 09:14