Proposals to build 750 homes at Little Chalvedon Hall, Bowers Gifford, will be discussed at a public meeting

Southend Standard: 750 homes plan to be discussed 750 homes plan to be discussed

COUNCILLORS are to discuss the decision to reject plans for 750 homes in Bowers Gifford.

The next Bowers Gifford & North Benfleet Parish Council meeting on Wednesday, June 25, will include the Secretary of State’s decision on the planning saga at Little Chalvedon Hall.

The meeting is at the Benbow Club, Pound Lane, Bowers Gifford, from 7.30pm.

Currently, there are five Parish Councillors, but the Parish Council have the capacity to co-opt two more to join them.

If any resident living in the Parish and/or within a three mile radius would like more information about becoming a Parish Councillor, contact the Parish Clerk by emailing clerkbgnbparishcouncil @gmail.com

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12:37pm Tue 24 Jun 14

Howard Cháse says...

Surely they discussed this before making the decision to reject the plans.


What are they going to discuss now? What they're willing to accept to pass the plans next time around?
Surely they discussed this before making the decision to reject the plans. What are they going to discuss now? What they're willing to accept to pass the plans next time around? Howard Cháse
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2:47pm Tue 24 Jun 14

TheWizzard says...

Howard Cháse wrote:
Surely they discussed this before making the decision to reject the plans.


What are they going to discuss now? What they're willing to accept to pass the plans next time around?
Perhaps they are going to discuss moving the 750 houses onto the eversley so the council can have an excuse to bulldoze another facility
[quote][p][bold]Howard Cháse[/bold] wrote: Surely they discussed this before making the decision to reject the plans. What are they going to discuss now? What they're willing to accept to pass the plans next time around?[/p][/quote]Perhaps they are going to discuss moving the 750 houses onto the eversley so the council can have an excuse to bulldoze another facility TheWizzard
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4:51pm Tue 24 Jun 14

Howard Cháse says...

Howard Cháse wrote:
Surely they discussed this before making the decision to reject the plans.


What are they going to discuss now? What they're willing to accept to pass the plans next time around?
They're bound to combine the flattening of The Bull and the development of that site in with those plans.....
[quote][p][bold]Howard Cháse[/bold] wrote: Surely they discussed this before making the decision to reject the plans. What are they going to discuss now? What they're willing to accept to pass the plans next time around?[/p][/quote]They're bound to combine the flattening of The Bull and the development of that site in with those plans..... Howard Cháse
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