Monthly Archives: March 2013

Latest planning proposals for Baldock

Follow @@SRBaldock Please click here to download latest plans for Baldock The hedge is planned to run from North Road, along the north side of the proposed houses to the Bygrave Road and railway. Looks like Salisbury Road may be … Continue reading

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Further damage to the Bygrave Rd junction with North Rd

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Pensioner runs the gauntlet during rush hour at dangerous junction

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Let’s hope she’ll never need it!!!

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Objection letter template

Follow @@SRBaldock Here is a letter drafted out with a list of relevant objections as we have been recording and researching them. Please feel free to copy and paste any parts that are relevant to how you feel or alternatively … Continue reading

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Hedge in the field north of Salisbury Road?

Follow @@SRBaldock Did someone say NHDC / HCC were planning to plant a Hedge in the field north of Salisbury Road. If so, when and why?. Paid for by the Taxpayer? (Originally from Albert on the comment page)

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Housing Developments: a Wider Perspective

Follow @@SRBaldock So according to the meeting on March 19th, the government has recommended that the policy of preserving green belt land is to be all but abandoned in the search for suitable building sites. Taking a step back from … Continue reading

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Interactive map: England’s green belt

Follow @@SRBaldock Interesting map of green belt land in England.

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We made the papers!

Follow @@SRBaldock Our campaign made the Comet! Well done to those who were able to turn up at such short notice in the middle of the day.

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Not much room for sky.

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