Petition to stop Peterborough City Council from selling the Tenter Hill Meadow site

Following a request for information concerning the current status of the Tenter Hill proposed development, local Lib Dem councillors Cllr Christian Hogg and Cllr James Lillis were informed that the land is still in Peterborough City Council ownership.

We are therefore launching a NEW petition to get the council to overturn its decision to release the Tenter Hill site for redevelopment by Medesham Homes.

Local Lib Dem councillors Cllr Christian Hogg and Cllr James Lillis are determined to make sure 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 to abandon future plans for development on the Tenter Hill Meadow site, and not sell it to Medesham Homes or any other third party and to secure a future for the area to be registered as an asset of community value in perpetuity for the benefit of local residents to enjoy.

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  • Anna Wade
    signed 2021-02-22 00:56:19 +0000
  • Jacqueline Goddard
    signed 2019-10-17 18:28:18 +0100
    Stanground has little or no recreational space for children to play and dog walking etc., in addition to which the area has suffered from much thoughtless poor quality development with little or no facilities. Every possible course of action should be taken to prevent the City Council’s Planning Department from turning Stanground into an overdeveloped slum.
  • Gerardine Di Caprio
    signed via 2019-10-17 18:19:31 +0100
    Gerardine Di Caprio
  • Nigel Lemon
    signed 2019-10-16 22:58:35 +0100
    This piece of land belongs to the local people of Stanground. It’s only being sold off so the council don’t have to mow the grass.
  • Susan Clarke
    signed 2019-08-12 23:43:32 +0100
  • Kelly Thompson
    signed 2019-07-08 10:47:42 +0100
  • Luke Jones
    signed 2019-07-08 07:34:19 +0100
  • James Pollard
    signed 2019-06-19 20:32:33 +0100
  • Lucy Colbeck
    signed 2019-06-09 08:41:26 +0100
  • Phil wheeler
    signed 2019-05-30 16:48:51 +0100
    Phil wheeler
  • Gavin Upex
    signed 2019-05-11 10:07:23 +0100
  • Vicky Morgan
    signed 2019-05-10 09:41:58 +0100
    Part of my regular cycle route; an important and beautiful historic landscape which can never be recreated once lost.
  • Lynn Perry
    signed 2019-05-07 22:05:34 +0100
  • Peter Rigby
    signed 2019-05-01 17:37:07 +0100
    Peter Rigby
  • Ken Creed
    signed 2019-04-30 18:31:45 +0100
  • Tom Laud
    signed 2019-04-29 07:19:27 +0100
  • William Styles
    signed 2019-04-28 20:45:03 +0100
  • Simon Potkins
    signed 2019-04-28 07:13:19 +0100
  • paul porter
    signed 2019-04-27 18:37:44 +0100
    sop building on tenter hill their is plenty of land at thurning ave if you wanna build
  • David Boyden
    signed via 2019-04-27 17:51:59 +0100
  • Cindy Laud
    signed 2019-04-26 17:08:22 +0100
    The people of stanground are entitled to green space.
  • Tim Potkins
    followed this page 2019-04-26 14:30:52 +0100
  • Tim Potkins
    signed 2019-04-26 14:08:14 +0100
    This small parcel of land has always been there for the people of stanground to enjoy especially being in such a picturesque spot and so close to natural wetlands and nature reserves. Long may it remain.
  • Kristen Holmes
    signed 2019-04-26 13:49:24 +0100
  • Trevor Emmington
    signed 2019-04-26 10:01:52 +0100
    We are losing too much green areas where children play
  • Steve Gale
    signed 2019-04-26 08:51:54 +0100
  • Roz Wright
    signed 2019-04-25 22:38:25 +0100
  • Adam petruf
    signed via 2019-04-24 13:10:49 +0100
  • margaret hubbard
    signed 2019-04-15 20:59:22 +0100
  • Rob White
    signed 2019-04-15 17:58:53 +0100
    The Victorians learnt the hard way that although housing is important it could not be ignored that green spaces had to also be prioritised, not only for the historical consideration but also for health and wellbeing of the general public. If Peterborough council are that blinkered to ignore thiese simple facts, then they’re love of money exceeds their consideration of the public at large and they are of very poor caliber indeed. Shame on them!