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LAMBS : Locals Against Mayfields' Building Sprawl
Locals Against Mayfield Building Sprawl is an action group that has been formed from residents who live and work in the Wineham and Sayers Common area which is being pushed by Mayfield Market Towns Limited (Mayfield) as being suitable for a new town incorporating 10,000 new houses. We all strongly believe that the area is completely unsuitable for the proposed development, and are promoting this view to all local residents and the wider community.Mayfields’ new town “not required” says Government Inspector examining Horsham’s District Plan has said that Mayfield Market Towns is “not required” and he has directed the Council to concentrate on other sites.
Just before Christmas of last year Rob Wilson of RWCS met with the local group who are actively fighting this rapacious development in our area : Namely Mayfields : Such is the threat of 10,000 .... yes 10,000 houses ... being touted by American funded property developers. To that end that all the local photographic stock which I have, now can be used support this local action group and is now available to them under "free to use" license terms: The thought of this needless and totally brazen attempt to ignore local planning needs is being fought on all fronts : we are doing our bit to support Lambs and to protect our local rural landscape.
The RWCS " On the Bridge " project from 3 years ago is right in the middle of this contested location so all of that work is being used for the report and for the Christmas Greetings Message to supporters
The LAMBS annual report also now features a number of these : see links to report here http://lambs.org.uk/stem/wp-content/uploads/LAMBS-Review-1.pdf
On the bridge
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