Burntwood Action Group Public Meeting

Wednesday 26th April 7.30 p.m.
St Matthews Social Club

Update on Local Plan Land Allocations Public Consultation

A vision for a “Better not bigger Burntwood”

Please attend our public meeting and see Burntwood Action Group’s Town Plan Vision:

Regeneration of our Town Centre, improvements to infrastructure, affordable housing and the protection of our Green Belt.

Come to see a full presentation of our plans and have all your questions answered.

Our Town Plan Vision is a common sense alternative to the Lichfield District Council (LDC) proposals and we are already receiving very positive feedback from residents and united cross party support from our Burntwood Town Councillors.

The meeting will be attended by Burntwood Town Councillors, representatives from Lichfield District Council and Staffordshire County Council. It is a great opportunity for you to have your say, object to building on Green Belt and to be part of our vision.

Our Consultation Response letters will be available for you to complete. Those of you who have received and completed the letters can return them to us at the Meeting. They will then be forwarded to LDC.

You can also return completed response letters to 10 Farewell Lane

Extra copies can be printed from: www.burntwoodactiongroup.co.uk

Many thanks to Burntwood’s Town Councillors for pledging to support our campaign and very many thanks to the huge number of Burntwood residents who continue to support us.

HAVE YOUR SAY

AND LET’S UNITE FOR A BETTER BURNTWOOD

SEE YOU ON WED 26th APRIL.

This time we will make sure you can hear!

Please address any queries to: Vic Chamberlain, 35 Farewell Lane,  01543 686975 OR Adrian Scattergood, 10 Farewell Lane, 07908226092

1 comment

adrian bates

here is an idea. lets take the fight higher. lets contest the upcoming general election based on local issues ONLY.
There is prescidence for this Martin Bell in Tatton and a local doctor in Worcestershire I seem to remember.
We stand on policies surrounding investment in Burntwoods infrastructure. including the reuse of Greenwood House to provide GP surgeries and investment in road surfaces. stop erosion of greenbelt space in Burntwood and use brownfield sites instead. activley seek investment in Lichfield centre and Burntwood manufacturing area and shopping centres.
just an idea – as wiggy Fabricant diesnt seem bothered.

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