January 11, 2011 by A Concerned Parishoner in forum Eaton Bray Parish Council
#758 A Concerned Parishoner, 11 January 2011, 06:52
A new development in it's early stage's is being discussed at Central Beds.The land is at the rear of Mill End Close and will go to the top of Bower Lane (all green belt).This I believe is 20 acres or more and could be the size of The Nurseries.Anyone care to comment.
#760 Sarah, 15 January 2011, 20:33
It would such a shame to Develop such a stunning green belt area which is on the outskirts of the village.
#762 A Concerned Parishoner, 17 January 2011, 07:46
This is now on the Parish Council page in minutes for January.
#791 Pauline, 6 February 2011, 12:38
I think this would have a terrible impact on the beauty of the area - I regularly walk along the footpath from Mill end to Bower lane with my young daughter and would miss the peace and opportunity for her to enjoy countryside without getting in the car.
#812 jane, 2 March 2011, 21:22
Checkout the on-line "Request for Feedback Form" found in the Parish Council section - deadline April
#813 jane, 2 March 2011, 21:35
Planning Application also for (CB/11/00507) Land off Bower Lane, Eaton Bray
Two all-weather football training pitches, car
parking and access barrier. See Agenda for the Parish Council Meeting on 7th March.
#839 Mark, 27 March 2011, 21:33
The proposed new development of affordable housing would change the nature of the village. Call me a NIMBY but we chose to live in a village and paid a premium to do so. It is only natural to be very concerned about our quality of life and the value of our property being degraded. If you have concerns, please do fill in the feedback form.
#926 Eaton Bray, 14 June 2011, 12:42
The results of the feedback gathered from the form available on this website and in Focus are now available: Feedback Report - Potential Development of Land from Bower Lane / Harling Road to Mill End Close.
#3554 Ken Coates, 9 October 2018, 08:00
Having lived in Eaton Bray for 40 years it has always been a traffic issue in Bower Lane as it is a cut through from the bypass, plus residents park outside the property making the road a single line. Increasing numbers of houses at this part of the village would be very dangerous, ask the residents how many wing mirrors have been damaged!!.
This is madness or is it greed? This plan must be stopped for safety reasons.
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