Object now to Blue Living's Pincents Planning Application

Developer Blue Living has now submitted a formal planning application to West Berkshire Council to build 750 homes and significant commercial space on the Pincents Hill site. The deadline for submission of objections to West Berkshire Council is 18 September.

Alok Sharma, the Conservative Parliamentary Spokesman for Reading West, commented: “I am, together with local councillors Joe Mooney, Tony Linden and Emma Webster, completely opposed to this application. Standing together with our local residents and the Save Calcot Action Group we intend to fight this application all the way."

How to object:

Full details of the application can be found on West Berkshire Council's website www.westberks.gov.uk. The reference number for the application is 09/01432/OUTMAJ

If you are opposed to Blue Living's planning application please write or email your objections to:

Clive Inwards
Case Officer
Planning Department
West Berkshire Council
Market Street
Newbury
RG14 5LD
cinwards@westberks.gov.uk
planapps@westberks.gov.uk

You can also comment via www.westberks.gov.uk by accessing the Council's planning applications section.

 

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