Redrow Exhibition today

Today is the day Redrow finally publish their outline planning permission to the public! The event is at the British Legion, Green Lane Hardwicke between 15:30 and 19:30 and Glos Highways are still saying the lane is closed so it may be better to walk if at all possible – or try and enter from the A38. It may be open by then though!

HAVE YOUR SAY – TODAY!

1350 houses at an average (in a good year) of 150 built, means 9 years of development in Hardwicke – that’s noise, mud, dirt and massive change in the vista around here. There will be no more green left!

We have stickers if people want any:

4 thoughts on “Redrow Exhibition today

  1. The doctors are a breaking point in quedgeley and kingsway and it’s hard to get an appointment as is which is why I now travel to stroud for the drs. Which is ridiculous.

    Could you ask redrow if they will build a drs?

  2. Leave the green areas ALONE. No more houses, we need better infrastructure and facilities first before houses

  3. The doctors are a breaking point in quedgeley and kingsway and it’s hard to get an appointment as is which is why I now travel to stroud for the drs. Which is ridiculous.

    Could you ask redrow if they will build a drs?

  4. Its the same old story whenever more housing is needed south of Gloucester… dump them all in Hardwicke!! Hardwicke Parish has had to absorb some very big new estates even though the Hardwicke Parish Council recommended in their 2015 Neighbourhood Development Plan submitted to Stroud RDC … ‘no more big estates to be considered until 2031’. The amount of traffic that would be generated by Redrow’s proposed new development would cause huge traffic congestion and make the Bristol Road unbearably noisy and unhealthy for residents already living there.

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