Ladies and Gentlemen:

Why is it that when someone recently wanted to build 10 houses in Morda on the edge of Oswestry and 100 people signed a petition against it you said “no” on the grounds that the plans  went against the wishes of the community

whereas when someone wanted to build 188 houses in the setting of a world famous hill fort on the edge of Oswestry and 6,000 people signed a petition against it ….. you just pushed ahead regardless? 

Would it be a good idea to publicly explain why your reactions to the two cases are so different?

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salopia.

And while you’re at it perhaps you could also explain why your planning Cabinet member’s statement that
taking into account what the public have said we have proposed some new options that better meet the needs of the public
shouldn’t be taken as meaning ….
“we are determined to ignore what the public have clearly said”.

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Thanks.