Chiltern District Council are meeting this Wednesday, May 15th to discuss and approve the Publication Version of the Chiltern and South Bucks Local Plan.
This is despite the fact there being no further evidence work that BNG had been promised by the Planning Department around the area of:
Sadly, our efforts to communicate with all our District Councillors have been met with a stony wall of silence, something we as a campaign group will be considering when recommending which Councillors to vote for in the upcoming Unitary Council elections, The Councillors who have been genuinely helpful to our cause are in the absolute minority. There has been a shameful lack of acknowledgement to our efforts to communicate with them from our elected Councillors and this will not be overlooked next time their names appear on the ballot paper.
For this reason it is essential we have as many supporters as possible attend this meeting that is open to the public at the:
Council Chamber, King George V House, King George V Road, Amersham
The meeting starts at 6.30pm, on Wednesday May 15th.
Full details click here
As well as attending the meeting, we also now need everyone to write to their local District Councillor. Letters are better, emails are OK, both is best. A template letter and instructions can be found by clicking here. We, at BNG, cannot stress enough to our supporters that we have as many people as possible at that meeting and also writing letters and emails to their Councillors. Please spread the word and let's make some noise.
Further Action To Take
If you live on land bordering the Greenbelt under threat or are a habitual user of the fields and woodland for recreational purposes like walking. etc. please also see our pages:
Thanks again to everyone in our continuing support. We are getting to the "business end of the season" in this fight to protect our Greenbelt. If everyone does a little bit, we will be far more powerful than a few doing a lot.
The BNG Team
14/5/2019 04:54:25 pm
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