Grundon appeal against West Berkshire’s refusal of their sand extraction/quarry extension application: your support is needed

Sand and Gravel Extraction

Grundon appeal against West Berkshire’s refusal of their sand extraction/quarry extension application: your support is needed

Do you wish to see a further 51 acres of our beautiful AONB turned from this...

Southern Extension Field

into this?

Sand Quarry

Grundon have submitted an appeal, to be held by Public Inquiry in Newbury on 31st July- 2nd August 2012, against West Berkshire’s refusal of their planning application to extend their sand extraction activities on fields adjunct to Old Kiln Farm Quarry.

WBAGI believe that there is a close link between this application and Grundon’s separate incinerator application. WBAGI will be strongly supporting West Berkshire’s refusal of the sand extraction quarry extension application.

The appeal process allows individuals to submit Written Representations supporting the refusal decision or indeed supporting the applicant (Grundon).

These representations are additional to any objections originally lodged with West Berkshire and which will in any case be separately forwarded to the Planning Inspectorate for their consideration with the case.

Have your say and submit your own Written Representation. The deadline for the receipt of submissions into the appeal process is 30th May 2012.

Submitting your Written Representation

  • Compose your letter. Click here to view and download a suggested template for your letter.
  • Email it to the case officer Mr N Patch: teamp7@pins.gsi.gov.uk OR post 3 copies to :

Mr N Patch
Case Officer
The Planning Inspectorate
3/06 Kite Wing
Temple Quay House
2 The Square
Bristol
BS1 6PN

  • Please note that you may request that your contact details remain confidential but be aware also that less weight is given by the planning inspectorate to those letters.

If you care about our beautiful countryside and do not wish to see a further 51 acres of AONB turned unnecessarily into another blot on our landscape, please support West Berkshire’s refusal of this planning application and have your voice heard.