Will forest survive airport plans?
HOW WILL the date November 29, 2006 go down in the history of Uttlesford? Will awareness of integrated, joined-up government influence planning in Uttlesford? Will all relevant government policies and all current thinking on economic, health and environ
HOW WILL the date November 29, 2006 go down in the history of Uttlesford?
Will awareness of integrated, "joined-up" government influence planning in Uttlesford?
Will all relevant government policies and all current thinking on economic, health and environmental welfare come into the equation when councillors exercise their judgment to weigh officer "recommendation" in balance with "material considerations"?
Will future generations have cause to despair of, or admire, planning officers and members of Uttlesford's development control committee when analysing the history of our land in 50 years time?
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On Sunday morning I walked in Hatfield Forest. More than 50 years ago my husband, as a child, also walked in Hatfield Forest.
Soon I shall be walking through the forest with another grandchild.
- 1 First 'building block' of Harlow town centre major regeneration approved
- 2 Nursery school faces 'imminent closure' without cash boost
- 3 Tributes pour in after death of Essex MP Sir David Amess
- 4 No Time To Die is 'a bloated but entertaining slice of spy action'
- 5 Minute silence at council meeting for 'kind-hearted' Uttlesford officer
- 6 Rural ramblers efforts for Helen Rollason Cancer Charity
- 7 It's pumpkin picking season again at Cammas Hall Farm as Halloween approaches
- 8 Historic books have new 'long loan' home to help researchers
- 9 More Extra Care and retirement homes set for Radwinter Road
- 10 Guitar once owned by Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett to be sold at Cambridge auction
Will that grandchild's grandchildren be taken to walk along its paths and through its meadows?
Will they climb exhausted stumps of ancient trees, watch the birds by the
lake, learn to ride a bicycle in safety?
In the end, will common sense prevail?
Suzanne Walker, The Old Post Office, Radwinter