Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Revised plan for greenspace at Belmont St

There is a revised plan for a house to be built on greenspace at the corner of Doune Gardens and Belmont Street which continues to raise objections from neighbours and the wider community.

View of the greenspace site

In my objection to the proposal, I have highlighted that the tree survey is out of date and that there is a lack of any evidence from investigations in to the ground conditions being provided. This site is a vital "green lung" within a congested residential area. It should be protected from housing development. This site should be preserved as amenity space promoting air quality and enhancement of the environment for tenemental households in the surrounding streets.

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