We really need to boost the numbers of residents attending the appeal, especially next Tuesday the 19th May when members of the public have an opportunity to speak and give their own personal opinions.

We will be speaking during next Tuesdays proceedings as will the Parish Council and the Neighbourhood Planning Group, and we’d really appreciate your support. Of course we don’t expect you to speak (unless you want to!) BUT your attendance could have a huge impact on the planning inspector.

The public speaker slots start at 10am on Tuesday 19th May and we are tring to organise some transport if you’re unable to get there. Just send us a message and let us know.

New Planning Application

Gladman have submitted a new planning application for 121 houses on land off New Street. So we NEED YOUR HELP again! We all need to submit new objection letters so with that in mind we’ve drawn up a list of the ways you can help:

  1. Write your objection letter against the new planning application. Details here.
  2. Tell your friends and family (even outside of Weedon) to object against the new planning application.
  3. Create some nice big posters or banners and display them from the start of the current appeal hearing (12th May)
  4. Donations are again being accepted to help fund leaflet printing and awareness. We are operating 100% on donations so please help if you can.

Thank you again for your ongoing support, let’s rally together and see off Gladman for good!

Public Meeting THIS SUNDAY

Join us at 2pm this Sunday in the Village Hall on West Street to discuss the planning appeal and to address any questions that you may have.

We’ll also be collecting any letters you wish to send to the planning inspector and will scan & email them in advance of the deadline on the 29th January.

If you’d like help writing your letter, we can also help at the meeting.

And if you can’t attend, don’t worry. Here’s how you can help defeat this appeal:

Archaeological Work

As if to say “we’re still here!” Gladman were today pressing ahead with the missing archaeological field surveys that were identified in the recent outline planning application refusal.
We can only speculate but we are expecting an appeal against the decision and possibly for new plans to be submitted. Keep your eyes open for updates, we’re probably going to need your help again in the not too distant future.