If you have not yet submitted a written objection to the council, now is the time to do it.
We would like to encourage everyone who is unhappy with this proposed development to let the planning committee know. The more individual objections they receive, the harder it will be for the planning department and the members of the planning committee to ignore the strength of local opinion.
The simplest way to register an objection is to send an email stating who you are and why you object. The content of your objection and your identity will, of course, be made public, but not personal details such as your signature, phone number or email address.
Send the email to the Development Manager (just click on the link). You can see the growing list of objections already received at the bottom of the list of documents registered with the planning application.
Or you can write to: