You can make a REAL difference

Thank you to everyone in the community that kindly sent in a letter objecting to the proposed Willson Developments application to build 350 homes south of Foxley Lane and west of Murrell Hill Lane.

Bracknell Forest Council received a HUGE number of objections and as a response to this number of objections, we will have the opportunity to speak, as a community at the planning committee when this application is heard and decided upon.

BINFIELD VILLAGE PROTECTION SOCIETY (BVPS) are fundraising within the local community to raise enough money to put together a detailed professional traffic consultation for the village and highly experienced legal representation to try and ensure this planning application goes no further.

ANY amount you could donate to towards making this happen as a community would be incredible. This is our opportunity to help protect this RURAL area, the HISTORY and the WILDLIFE from unsustainable development.

It will affect not just the residents of Binfield but those who come from further afield to enjoy Murrell Hill.

Thank you for your support

 

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The future of Popes Farm to be decided

A Planning Application by¬†Shanly Homes (ref 17/00337/OUT) for Popes Farm at the London Road (southern) end of Murrell Hill Lane (known locally for its rare-breed black sheep) will be decided at the coming Bracknell Forest Council Planning Committee on the 18th of January. “Outline planning application for the erection of 53 dwellings, associated vehicular and… Read more The future of Popes Farm to be decided

Foxley Oaks Public Inquiry Starts Today

The Planning Inspectorate public inquiry for the Foxley Oaks (reference: APP/R0335/W/17/3177088) development (an out-line planning application for 350 homes on Murrell Hill) begins today on December the 5th, the inquiry will be held at the Bracknell Forest Council offices (address below) and could potentially run for a week or more until a decision is reached.… Read more Foxley Oaks Public Inquiry Starts Today