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PEEL HALL UPDATE - Meeting set for Thursday 23rd February 2017

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15 Feb 2017
Meeting fixed for Thursday 23rd February 2017 at 6.30pm.

The application by Satnam to build 1,400 homes on land at Peel Hall will be heard by the council's Development Management Committee later this month.

It is absolutely vital that as many people attend this meeting as possible - so please spread the word, via word of mouth, email, Facebook and Twitter.

The details of the meeting are below. Because of the huge public interest in this matter, it is expected that there will be a high turnout by residents.

Warrington North Labour Party is encouraging all interested members to attend in support of the "Save Peel Hall" campaign.

The meeting is open to any member of the public who wishes to come - but only those who have registered in advance will be allowed to speak.

The details of the time and venue are below. We very much hope to see you there if you are able.

Meeting of the Development Management Committee
"Peel Hall planning application"
Date: Thursday 23rd February 2017
Time: 6.30pm (the doors open at 6pm - please try to be there in good time!)
Venue: The Studio Theatre at the Pyramid, Palmyra Square, Warrington, WA1 1BL.

Warrington North MP Helen Jones says:

"I am pleased to learn that Council planning officers have recommended that this application be refused. I urge as many residents as possible to attend the meeting on Thursday 23rd February to make their views heard and ensure that the planning committee are aware of the strength of feeling that exists within our community about Satnam's proposals."

Poplars and Hulme councillor Hilary Cooksey adds:

"Local councillors from Poplars and Hulme, Poulton North, Winwick and Croft will all be in attendance at this important meeting to ensure that residents are properly represented. We want to make it clear what the impact on our communities would be if this proposal goes ahead. We are asking people to join us at the Pyramid next week to help make the case for rejecting Satnam’s plans once again."

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