My Objections are Officially Logged at WFDC’s Consultation Portal

 

My objections to both Part A and Part B of the Proposed Settling Pond Development Adjacent to Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve and SSSI have been officially registered at the Wyre Forest District Council’s Consultation Portal. I have objected on behalf of Cullum the badger and all the other animals living and foraging there.

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The video shows Cullum the badger: he lives and forages in the Lagoon Field with his family and friends.

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My submitted objection to Part A:

Comment LPPO48 – Local Plan Review Preferred Options (June 2017)
PDF

To which part of the document does this representation relate? (e.g. question / option / paragraph / page number).
FPH1 SETTLING PONDS

Do you want to comment / support / object on this part of the document?
Object

Please set out your comments:

I am personally against any development of the former Lagoon Field on the basis of the land being an important and valuable local urban wildlife asset, and home to many toads, frogs and polecats, and protected species such as otter and great crested newt use the lagoons. More than 1000 common toads walk through the Lagoon Field each year to mate in North Pond. Also, the Lagoon Field borders an improving SSSI, is a buffer between protected ground and a main road and other developments, is essentially a floodplain, and a valuable urban nature oasis.

The north end development would cut off part of the SSSI, making it very poor.
Generally there would be an increase in light and noise pollution, and disturbance from cats, dogs, and people. I am certain that both the vibrancy and vitality of Wilden Marsh will be greatly negatively affected if such a development goes ahead.

The Wilden Lane traffic would be horrendous – it is already horrendous.

https://thewildenmarshblog.com/

View consultation point
Table 30.0.2 : Kidderminster sites Proposed for Allocation under Option A
Comment ID: LPPO48
Response Date: 08/07/17 11:40


 

My submitted objection to Part B:

Comment LPPO59 – Local Plan Review Preferred Options (June 2017)
PDF

To which part of the document does this representation relate? (e.g. question / option / paragraph / page number).
FPH1 SETTLING PONDS

Do you want to comment / support / object on this part of the document?
Object

Please set out your comments:

I am personally against any development of the former Lagoon Field on the basis of the land being an important and valuable local urban wildlife asset, and home to many toads, frogs and polecats, and protected species such as otter and great crested newt. Thousands of common toads walk through the Lagoon Field each year to mate in North Pond. Also, the Lagoon Field borders an improving SSSI, is a buffer between protected ground and a main road and other developments, is essentially a floodplain, and a valuable urban nature oasis.

The north end development would cut off part of the SSSI, making it very poor.
Generally there would be an increase in light and noise pollution, and disturbance from cats, dogs, and people. I am certain that both the vibrancy and vitality of Wilden Marsh will be greatly negatively affected if such a development goes ahead.

The Wilden Lane traffic would be horrendous – it is already horrendous.

View consultation point
Table 30.0.3 : Kidderminster sites Proposed for Allocation under Option B
Comment ID: LPPO59
Response Date: 11/07/17 07:53


 

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4 Responses to My Objections are Officially Logged at WFDC’s Consultation Portal

  1. The world is getting insane! We are not the only species. If we neglect the rest, the earth will sink and pull us down exponentially fast! Ship the callous-hearted industrialists to dead Mars where they (and Trump) can build and pollute all they want!

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  2. tootlepedal says:

    You have my support but I don’t think that I have the locus to object to the plan.

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