Two areas of former green belt land, including one which straddles a village conservation area, have been approved for housing by Rotherham Council after they were made available for development as part of the authority’s recently adopted local plan. The … Continue reading
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The Advertiser and theCouncil have today published on their websites these two articles: .
Published on Sunday 12 August 2012 09:12
RESIDENTS have met with council chiefs to renew calls for green fields between South Yorkshire villages to be removed from a list of potential sites earmarked for up to 1,100 new homes.
People living around Anston, Woodsetts and Dinnington are unhappy the area is still included in Rotherham Council’s Core Strategy document for future development despite objections during consultation.
The protesters’ concerns have been raised by Rother Valley MP Kevin Barron. Read on…..