Stroud council is my constituency in the beautiful Cotswold and is surrounded by natural beauty. But somehow my council thinks it’s fine to build on the last greenfields we have left. Where I live in Hardwicke was known for its small community little village like. However, since these times has progressed and the developers progressed. The council comes to politically correct and wants to appease the government.
well we are standing up for the countryside for future generations. You can back my campaign by the following:
My council wants to go ahead with plans to build 12,800 houses and building on Greenland.
I am writing to you to support my cause by emailing them. Building will damage community cohesion and we will lose our identity and be divided!
Council email is the following: email@example.com
Please email me what you send so I can thanks you when we accomplish change!
Leeroysib@icloud.com is my email
im not the only person to have emailed we’ve had over 15 people from all up the country and they believe it’s detrimental if the coucil goes ahead. They have not consulted the people. The conservatives for Stroud is against. This will rob communities of there identity and will lead to damaging community cohesion. We have emailed the local plan and so when we get a reply we will update to all you brilliant followers.
but in order to spread out mews please go home and donate £5 and more as the company who I work alongside will reinvest into the brillian website and advertisement!
READ MY EMAIL!
I am Lee Sibley campaigner to ban Homework and have started a petition calling for the countryside to be protected. I think it’s disgusting that you want to build 12,800 this is putting small communities losing their identity as they will grow and the people within it will feel divided.
Cllr Haydn Jones said: “Conservatives want the right homes in the right place and believe that build numbers proposed for Cam and Stonehouse could be damaging.
“A large new settlement at Wisloe is completely out of place.” I completely agree it’s our of place and it will be damaging and so if there were an election the electorates would vote for UKIP/ Conservatives as people are feeling betrayed.
Please do not go ahead With the building I could write more but keeping it short. And it be great if put proposal for a law to protect the fields and what we have left in Stroud. Then we can say we have had an impact and imporoved lives!
Dear Madam/SirMy good friend, Lee Sibley, has recently emailed you about his campaigning work for the protection of the countryside. He is most concerned about the latest plan to build 12,800 homes.He feels that this is will result in loss of identity for the nearby small communities, destroy the local environment and wildlife, have a negative effect on tourism and contribute to climate change and flooding in the area.Surely there are plenty of brownfield sites which you could develop on. We need to stop the further destruction of our countryside so he, and I, are asking that you support his request to make a law to protect the fields and farms in Stroud for future generations.The short term economic gains should not take precedence over the preservation of our diminishing countryside and so I join with Lee in asking you to think again and to act to protect the natural beauty of the Stroud environment.Your faithfullyJane Delan