Following the recent planning committee meeting where councillors refused the application by Medesham Homes. The officers warned that this decision can be appealed by Medesham Homes and their agents.
We believe that Peterborough City Councillors on the board of Medesham Homes should be pressing for them not to appeal this decision at a cost of tens of thousands of pounds to local taxpayers and to direct the company's efforts elsewhere.
Local Lib Dem councillors Cllr Christian Hogg and Cllr James Lillis are determined to make sure this decision stands and that there is no future development on Tenter Hill Meadow, which is an important place in our community. It’s used by hundreds of people every month from dog walkers to the local Scout group.
Please sign our petition today to help us demonstrate as local councillors that there is real local opposition to any future development on this land:
I/we the undersigned call Peterborough City Council, Cross Key Homes and Medesham Homes to withdraw appealing the decision taken on 6th November to reject planning application 18/01101/R3OUT or proceeding with future plans for development on the Tenter Hill Meadow site, in order to secure a future for the area to be as an asset of community value in perpetuity for the benefit of local residents to enjoy.