Redrow Planning Application Response from Billericay & Burstead Liberal Democrats

Billericay and Burstead Liberal Democrats Response to Redrow Planning application Reference 19/01725/OUT

Billericay & Burstead Liberal Democrats have responded to the Redrow application focusing on key issues of transport, the environment, infrastructure and affordability.

Intro

  • Redrow Homes have submitted an outline planning application for 540 homes on the land west of Mountnessing Road and north of London Road.
  • Billericay and Burstead Liberal Democrats have made a group response to this which you can read below.
  • This communication is to share our response with you and give you some information on how to do the same if you would like to make your own response.  It would make sense that there are as many responses as possible, and it adds weight to the responses if they don’t just come from the immediate neighbours to the development site but from across the town.  Many of the concerns we have highlighted affect all of Billericay’s residents

 

 

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Thank You!

Thank you for your support in the May local elections! 

 

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