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16 Mar 2015

Very positive feedback on STRAG’s Field Farm alternative development plans

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We wish to update you on the feedback received to our alternative proposals to limit the damage from the planned housing development at Field Farm, sent on 29 January. Many thanks if you have replied to our consultation (and if you haven’t, your opinion is still important to us)!

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06 Nov 2014

Field Farm: Council rubber stamps plans for 450 new Stapleford homes

Broxtowe Borough Council, Nottingham Evening Post, Stapleford & Trowell Rural Action Group (STRAG), Stapleford Community Group Tags: , , , , 0 Comments

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THE construction of hundreds of homes on greenbelt land has taken a step closer.

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05 Nov 2014

Broxtowe Borough Council has granted Outline planning permission for up to 450 houses at Field Farm

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Following the withdrawal of the Secretary of State’s call in direction (reported in our press release of 14 October) today Broxtowe Borough Council issued outline planning permission to Westerman Homes for up to 450 houses at Field Farm in Stapleford and Trowell.

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27 Jul 2014

Nottinghamshire campaigners hit back at planning minister's claims that more people are supporting housing developments

Broxtowe Borough Council, Nottingham Evening Post, Stapleford & Trowell Rural Action Group (STRAG) Tags: , , , 0 Comments

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PROTESTERS fighting to protect the county’s green belt have hit back at claims by a Government planning minister that more people than ever are favouring new housing developments.

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25 Jul 2014

STRAG Press Release: Inspector’s Report Approves Field Farm Allocation

Help & Advice, Stapleford & Trowell Rural Action Group (STRAG) Tags: 0 Comments

Yesterday the Inspector’s report on the Core Strategy was made public… Unfortunately – but not surprisingly – Ms Kingaby declared the Aligned Core Strategies sound and didn’t question the allocation of Field Farm for housing development.

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