Objectors raise concerns to unnecessary degrading development by our ‘public garden’ which is used for the purposes of public recreation, our public open riverside space.
Wokingham Council planning committee turns down MRT bus lane bridge plan <3
PLANS to concrete over land by the River Thames were turned down by the planning committee on Monday evening. Five members voted against and four in favour.
The extraordinary meeting was held at Wokingham Borough Council’s Shute End offices on Monday evening and the decision was made just weeks after Reading Borough Council approved plans for its side of the scheme…
Source: The Wokingham Paper
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Wokingham, 25 Jun 2018 7.00 pm – Extraordinary Planning Committee
I hope my objection to Application No: 172048 will lead to new discussion and action regarding this
Superior Site, address: Land Between Thames Valley Business Park and Napier Road, Reading, to the
south of the River Thames, and north of the Great Western, Main Line Railway.
Let me today give my full support to the community orgs SOAR and ACER, I applaud their resilient
campaigning putting a halt to un-necessary degrading development by our ‘public garden’ which is
used for the purposes of public recreation, our public open riverside space.
ATTN: International News; Wokingham Borough Council, Refuses Permission for carrying out the above Mass Rapid Transit (MRT scheme) riverside development for planning application No: 172048 Decision Notice.pdf #planning #UK
#ClimateAction, World class example of good governance and performance for #climatechange #mitigation ruling. #Reading’s New Local Plan is appalling and very dangerous. It is also a good example of how shady town leadership is coping out and leaving behind the people of its constituency.