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The first application for development on the Timperley Wedge is now on, please visit the Trafford Planning Portal by FOLLOWING THIS LINK and search for application number  89841/EIASCR/16 

Request for a Screening Opinion under Regulation 5 of the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2011 as amended, in respect of a proposed Muslim community centre
Recieved 4th Novmber.

 

A huge amount of local greenspace /greenbelt is under threat.
Timplerley Wedge, Davenport Green: 3,300 homes, office space;
Wording from the MEN

28.11.2016 World Of Pets, Thorley Lane, Timperley, WA15 7PJ PROPOSAL Outline application for the erection of 23 dwellings. Read more by following THIS LINK

1st Appication sent in 4th November = Most have missed this from the radar. For more information CLICK HERE

“This development in Trafford – linked to the neighbouring airport city expansion – is likely to prove controversial.
The plan allocates a large slice of land south of Ridgeway Road in Timperley and stretching round and down to Davenport Green as suitable for 3,300 mostly luxury homes and 50,000 sqm of office space.
It notes that this site includes some green belt, but says that thanks to urban development nearby it no longer feels like open countryside – and stresses sports fields such as those at Bowdon rugby club would be protected.
The location would be 'attractive' for families and could sustain an entirely new community, it says, noting that the land has 'long been identified' as somewhere that could support airport-related development.
Nevertheless nearby residents are unlikely to be impressed, having repeatedly opposed the development of green space in Davenport Green over the years.
The fields have long been viewed as an essential buffer between the airport and communities and were the subject of a long battle five years ago to keep them out of Trafford council's development strategy.”

Here is what is on the map for development.

We have installed a number of updates to the scripts that deive this website. 

Most bugs should now be sorted out.

The Planning Deadline is over – What NOW?

Well, first, you are still able to send in any objections, write to the planning department if you have not already done so, and encourage your neigbours and friends to send in their objections. Objections will be taken into consideration untill the application goes before the planning committe.  

As this is written (5th September 2016) the planning portal is now accepting "public" comments please visit HERE AND MAKE YOURS

This planning application will not be passed under “Delegated Powers” and it will have to go before Trafford Council planning committee, and this is very likely to be November (it could be October) Due to the complex nature of this application its could even go into the New Year 2017.

Many of the Councillors who sit on the planning committee are from outside this local area, and until the actual planning committee papers/agenda are served upon them, most will not be aware about this application.

All of the Councillor details are in the public domain, and you are within your rights to contact them to let them know what your feelings are.

This is not like writing to the planning department, where your reasons to object should soley be on planning grounds, you can write to the planning committee members and express your own personal feelings.

So please do contact all of the planning committee members, and this includes the reserves (substitutes)  with your concerns and if you have a copy, send them your objection letter.
You can also invite members of the planning committee to where you live to show them why you are objecting and let them hear your concerns.

With time running out, now is the time to start sending in the letters, and spread the word. That We need to let the planning committee know what is going on, and the disruption that this is causing to local community cohesion.  

Councillor Mrs. Vivienne Ward   Chairman
Home address:  34 Delbooth Avenue
Flixton
Manchester M41 8SD
Phone:  0161 912 3806
Bus. email:  viv.ward@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Daniel Edward Bunting Vice-Chairman
Home address:  233 Manor Avenue
Sale M33 4NP
Phone:  0161 905 2786
Bus. email:  dan.bunting@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Dr. Karen Barclay Committee Member
Home address:  10 Melrose Crescent
Hale WA15 8NN
Mobile:  07598 240329
Bus. phone:  0161 980 3462
Bus. email:  karen.barclay@trafford.gov.uk


Councillor Nathan Evans Committee Member
Correspondence address: 
Trafford Town Hall
Talbot Road
Stretford
Manchester M32 0TH
Email:  nathan.evans@trafford.gov.uk
Mobile:  07843368041

Councillor Tony Fishwick Committee Member
Home address:  189 Shaftesbury Avenue
Timperley
Altrincham WA15 7AY
Phone:  0161 980 3223
Mobile:  07760 167580
Email:  tony.fishwick@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Philip Gratrix Committee Member
Home address:  23 Dunollie Road
Sale M33 2PD
Phone:  0161 905 2123
Mobile:  07760 167 223
Email:  philip.gratrix@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor David Hopps Committee Member
Home address:  Apartment 3, The Choirs
249 Marsland Road
Sale M33 7UJ
Mobile:  07814 650371
Bus. email:  david.hopps@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Ejaz Malik Committee Member
Home address:  211 Seymour Grove
Old Trafford
Manchester M16 9QS
Phone:  0161 881 0967
Mobile:  07752 667 445
Bus. phone:  0161 862 9786
Bus. email:  ejaz.malik@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Dolores O'Sullivan Committee Member
Correspondence address: 
Trafford Town Hall
Talbot Road
Stretford
Manchester M32 0TH
Phone:  0161 747 2077
Email:  dolores.osullivan@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Bernard Sharp Committee Member
Home address:  The Coach House
67a Langham Road
Bowdon
Altrincham
WA14 3NT
Phone:  0161 928 6121
Bus. mobile:  07752 667460
Bus. email:  bernard.sharp@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor John Smith Committee Member
Home address:  Neuholme
Manchester Road
Partington M31 4FB
Phone:  0161 777 6871
Bus. phone:  0161 777 9438
Bus. email:  john.smith@trafford.gov.uk


Councillor Laurence Walsh Committee Member
Correspondence address: 
Trafford Town Hall
Talbot Road
Stretford
Manchester
M32 0TH
Phone:  0161 912 5208
Email:  laurence.walsh@trafford.gov.uk


Councillor James Alexander Wright Committee Member
Correspondence address: 
Trafford Town Hall
Talbot Road
Stretford
Manchester
M32 OTH
Email:  james.wright@trafford.gov.uk

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Councillor Jane Brophy  (Reserve)
Home address:  22 Meadow Bank
Timperley
Altrincham
WA15 6QP
Phone:  0161 962 6494
Bus. email:  jane.brophy@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Rob Chilton  (Reserve)
Home address:  2 Tulip Close
Sale
M33 5RX
Mobile:  07817 888 593
Bus. email:  robert.chilton@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Brian Rigby MBE  (Reserve)
Home address:  The Coach House
5 Sandiway Road
Sale
M33 5AJ
Bus. phone:  0161 912 2633
Bus. fax:  0161 969 7640
Bus. mobile:  07760 167484
Bus. email:  brian.rigby@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Brian Shaw  (Reserve)
Home address:  4 Cumberland Road
Urmston
Manchester
M41 9HS
Phone:  0161 748 6658
Bus. email:  brian.shaw@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Whit Stennett MBE  (Reserve)
Home address:  6 Basford Road
Firswood
Stretford
M16 0GE
Phone:  0161 860 6733
Bus. phone:  0161 912 3938
Bus. mobile:  07946 398168
Bus. email:  whit.stennett@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Michael Whetton  (Reserve)
Home address:  7 Mulberry Court
Gaskell Road
Altrincham
WA14 1TL
Mobile:  07752 667442
Bus. email:  michael.whetton@trafford.gov.uk

Councillor Denise Western  (Reserve)
Correspondence address:
Trafford Town Hall
Talbot Road
Stretford
Manchester
M32 0TH
Email:  denise.western@trafford.gov.uk
Mobile:  07794 080240

This item appears in the Jewish Telegraph August 12 2016

Eruv plan ‘damaging interfaith relations’

THE proposed Hale eruv will destroy strong interfaith links within the area, claims the son of the man who was renowned for building bridges between local Jewry and other communities. Mark Guterman, son of Henry Guterman, who received an MBE for his interfaith work, told the Jewish Telegraph of his “sadness” at the damage he believed is being caused to interfaith relations by the plans.
Behind the project are Rabbi Joel Portnoy and the South Manchester Eruv Committee.
An electronic petition was started by campaigners from South Trafford Against The Eruv, but was disabled by site administrators after “inappropriate content” was posted, despite reaching more than 400 signatures.
Mr Guterman, 55, said: “The arrogant ‘we don’t care as long as we get what we want’ attitude by unnamed funders of the project is ruining all the work my late father did for the community.
“These plans have caused hate-filled outbursts and are hijacking the proposals — which the eruv trust were warned about when they first announced plans in 2014 by myself and a colleague at meetings both publicly and privately.
“I’m not against the concept of an eruv, but I am against the trouble and divisiveness it is causing in this area.” The Hale-born property developer asked: “Why should we impose, and be seen to try and take over the area?”
The route of the proposed eruv, which will see the erection of 95 steel poles attached by a wire, encompasses roads in Altrincham, Timperley, Hale and Hale Barns, as well as sites on Green Belt land, the South Hale Conservation Area and the Hale Station Conservation Area.
Mr Guterman continued: “I grew up in Hale when there wasn’t a synagogue and there was a great community spirit between all types of people.
“It is wrong for these people who preach a message of religious peace to appear to not care about their neighbours.
“They are pulling apart all of the interfaith work that my father, who created countless interfaith groups, and many others, have done over many years to bring everyone together.
“It is fair to say that 90 per cent of the Jewish people that I have spoken to are against this, but they are afraid to lift their heads above the parapet.
“It was stated at the public meeting by the rabbi that it would only affect between 10-20 families, at best. I call upon the funders to show us who they are and listen to what is being said by the vocal majority.”
Mr Guterman continued: “I am convinced that this will pass the planning stages, initially or by appeal, but the damage it will do is being ignored by the funders who are ploughing on regardless.
“The petition which was taken down had been taken over by antisemites — which the eruv committee were warned about.
“Building a synagogue, mosque or church on your own land is fine — but when you encroach on your neighbours who don’t want it then problems will occur.”

 

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