The Planning Committee tonight unanimously rejected the SIFE application, as expected. But while residents failed to get behind the campaign in significant numbers, Helioslough Ltd submitted late additional information in support of their view that their competing site at Radlett would perform better as an SRFI, directly pitting themselves against developer Goodman.
New Parish Council chairman Peter Hood has angered members of the stopSIFE campaign for his attack on “vulgar” banners at either end of the village.
Parish Councillors Peter Hood and Mike Nye claimed that truckers are discarding bottles of urine and papers stuffed with excrement, as well as urinating in gardens.
Colnbrook Views has been endeavouring to collect all the manifestos, campaign leaflets, and election pledges made from candidates in the forthcoming Local Election. The Local Elections are on Thursday, May 5th. Don’t forget to vote!
While Fiona MacTaggart, MP for Slough, has come out against the massive SIFE development, Colnbrook’s MP, Adam Afriyre, appears to… Read More »