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Planning Update - Council Meeting Tonight 25th October * All plans passed *.

Massimo Giovanni

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The proposed building of 700 homes off Ashingdon Rd, that RDC rejected, is also going to Gove's desk for their appeal.
Seeing as there have been long time plans for a relief road looping around Sutton (v nr FF) to Hullbridge and across BBridge what are the chances the two don't get entangled and used to push that (unpopular, nimby) project back to the forefront?
 

JAllen

Injury Room
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Oct 23, 2014
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The proposed building of 700 homes off Ashingdon Rd, that RDC rejected, is also going to Gove's desk for their appeal.
Seeing as there have been long time plans for a relief road looping around Sutton (v nr FF) to Hullbridge and across BBridge what are the chances the two don't get entangled and used to push that (unpopular, nimby) project back to the forefront?
I cannot imagine 700 houses off Ashingdon Road, it would be dreadful.
 

kentblues

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Does anyone know where we are regarding this being called in?
It didn't need to be "called in".
SBC needed to forward to SoS who has then 21 days to sign off (or can ask for a further similar extension). Hopefully given all party support and very limited public objections given size of project it will just get the nod in the 21 days.
You would like to think SBC had everything in place for it to go straight to the SoS.
This all said we are now 28 days from the meeting:
So either:

- Its already approved by SoS and no-one told us
- SoS has asked for an extension because he's been to busy visiting Peppa the Pig World with Boris
- SBC didn't send it straight up to SoS because despite the months and years of planning their own approval came as a surprise so it wasn't ready to go

Maybe someone in the know could update us
 

GNH

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Rayleigh
The below link takes you to the 'called-in' planning applications being dealt with by the SoS.

https://www.gov.uk/government/colle...ons-called-in-decisions-and-recovered-appeals

The site was last updated on 18th November and so far has no mention of it being called-in. I assume this means it is not currently with the SoS, whether that's because it doesn't need to be, or it's just not been sent in yet remains to be seen.
 

Jai

President
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Nov 27, 2003
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Witham
The below link takes you to the 'called-in' planning applications being dealt with by the SoS.

https://www.gov.uk/government/colle...ons-called-in-decisions-and-recovered-appeals

The site was last updated on 18th November and so far has no mention of it being called-in. I assume this means it is not currently with the SoS, whether that's because it doesn't need to be, or it's just not been sent in yet remains to be seen.
There's been no updates to the documents on the planning application. The letter from the SoS to the council that triggers the 21-day period would surely have been added as a matter of public record, so presumably it hasn't been sent yet. I have no idea how long these things take but I know the wheels of government, particularly one as incompetent as the one we are currently suffering, never turn quickly.
 

danbowen

Youth Team
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Think all of this goes to show that maybe Ron wasn’t as big an issue as to the delays as fans thought and actually it’s more the incompetent council that was the biggest issue.
 

Jasrod

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Peterborough
Anyone in the know that can update whether this has gone any further forward? Did the funds get released on the 30th November or were there other conditions surrounding that?
 
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