Residents invited to find out more about new developments in Bushey

Watford Observer: Residents invited to find out more about new developments in Bushey Residents invited to find out more about new developments in Bushey

Bushey residents interested in new developments are being invited to public drop-in sessions next week.

In Bushey, Hertsmere Borough Council has identified Rossway Drive for an estimated 61 homes and Birchville Court and the adjoining haulage yard on Heathbourne Road for an estimated 39 homes.

Sites to be removed from the green belt include the print works at Bushey Hall Golf Course. The sessions form part of a six-week consultation period which ends on 14 April.

The sessions will take place on Monday and Tuesday between 12pm and 8pm at Bushey Country Club in the High Street.

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10:45pm Fri 21 Mar 14

LSC says...

When they say 'consultation', does that mean they might open their ears to what the residents want rather than the developers?
The planning committee that covers Bushey has no credibility and is a public laughing stock.
Let us not forget, the HEAD of the planning committee refuses to attend public planning meetings where people might not agree with them. And that is in their own words.
It's a disgrace, and an affront to democracy.

I shall drop in alright, with bells on. But I doubt I'll meet anyone important.

No doubt, being local people with local issues at heart, the planning committee read this site. It would seem bizarre if they didn't.
So could one of them tell me, what time will the head of planning be attending this consultation?
Even I wouldn't expect them to be there the whole time, they have other duties.

So I challenge you. Time please? I have some questions to ask.
When they say 'consultation', does that mean they might open their ears to what the residents want rather than the developers? The planning committee that covers Bushey has no credibility and is a public laughing stock. Let us not forget, the HEAD of the planning committee refuses to attend public planning meetings where people might not agree with them. And that is in their own words. It's a disgrace, and an affront to democracy. I shall drop in alright, with bells on. But I doubt I'll meet anyone important. No doubt, being local people with local issues at heart, the planning committee read this site. It would seem bizarre if they didn't. So could one of them tell me, what time will the head of planning be attending this consultation? Even I wouldn't expect them to be there the whole time, they have other duties. So I challenge you. Time please? I have some questions to ask. LSC
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10:57pm Fri 21 Mar 14

LSC says...

If I don't get an answer to this challenge it either will show everyone that you are running scared, or far more likely that you don't even bother to read your own press releases and the public reaction to them.
Because public opinion isn't a strong point of yours, is it?
If I don't get an answer to this challenge it either will show everyone that you are running scared, or far more likely that you don't even bother to read your own press releases and the public reaction to them. Because public opinion isn't a strong point of yours, is it? LSC
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11:49pm Sun 23 Mar 14

LSC says...

Hmmm, nothing so far. Perhaps they had a busy weekend.
Hmmm, nothing so far. Perhaps they had a busy weekend. LSC
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10:52pm Mon 24 Mar 14

LSC says...

Busy Monday.
Busy Monday. LSC
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