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However there are no shops or pubs in the village, the nearest being in Bonvilston or Culverhouse Cross. The village lacks a pub and in the Church Hall was sold. On October 6,a controversial planning application by Redrow Homes was granted, adding dwellings to the village. A further 17 were added by Waterstone Homes.
On October 6,a controversial planning application by Redrow Homes was granted, adding dwellings to the village. An additional houses represents an 83 per cent increase in the of dwellings in a village that as existed for 1, years.
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Share this story. He added that the council had taken readings on three stretches of the A48 where 60mph is permitted, not in areas where it drops to 40mph, homess 30mph. Waterstone Homes has begun marketing its development, although a decision on the developments will not be reached until October 6.
The deadlines are October 3 and October 5. However there are no shops or pubs in the village, the nearest being in Bonvilston or Culverhouse Cross.
A further 17 were added by Waterstone Homes. The companies involved are Redrow Homes houses and Waterstone Homes 17 houses.
The decision will be reached on October 6. Nichoolas GEM was shown letters from the Vale Council, detailing when objections to the proposed developments must be received. The village lacks a pub and in the Church Hall was sold.
More residents will mean more cars and more short journeys, he argued, adding that ro in the village are already congested during rush-hour and school drop-off and collection times. Building began in the summer ofand on completion will double the size of the village. Diagrams seen by The GEM show two access ro, around 70 yards apart with filter lanes, planned for the nicholsa.
According to Tim, more than objections from residents to the Redrow development, and some 40 to the Waterstone plans, have been sent to the Vale of Glamorgan Council. Encouraging people to move, people with likely no connection to an area, is social engineering.