We object to further assault on Nuneaton’s old common

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We have objected to further plans from Gladman Developments Ltd to build 262 houses on former common land at Plough Hill Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire.  The land is known as Galley Common and is of historical significance.

We have repeatedly objected to applications to build on this site and are dismayed that the developers persist with their proposals.

The proposed 262 houses will obviously suburbanise this lovely area and interfere with three nearby public footpaths.

The development will destroy the historic integrity of land which was once common but was inclosed in the nineteenth century.  The history of the site is written in the ancient hedgerows.

We have urged Nuneaton and Bedworth Council to reject the application.

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