Planning application 12/0154/FULD West Berkshire

 

           I am receiving numerous emails concerning this planning application.  This is a matter which will be decided by West Berkshire Council. As MP I have no role in the decision  and no power in the matter.  Local residents who feel strongly about it should write directly to the Planning Department of the Council with their representations. You could also contact  the local Councillor for Beenham , Councillor Keith Chopping, who can represent residents on such issues.

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One Comment

  1. Toby Catlin
    Posted November 2, 2012 at 11:10 am | Permalink

    So why have Martin Salter and Alok Sharma been heavily involved with objections to local planning in the past? Oh that ‘s right your only concerned with your local community – Wokingham!

    Reply: My local community includes parts of West Berkshire and parts of Wokingham Borough. I have made representations to the Council on behalf of constituents. Councillors do not take kindly to MPs trying to take their jobs over. MPs have no planning powers locally.

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