Petition Against the Planning Application for New Houses on Land at Rawnsley Road
#202There is no infrastructure for the planned houses. The school and Drs is already full to capacity.
Susan mckittrick (Rawnsley , 2020-09-07)
#203Haven’t they built enough new builds ... flooding gets worse each year and the natural wildlife is booted out of another area. No more schools or doctors practices to cover the new estates already built.
Katie Poole (Cannock , 2020-09-07)
Chicky Nugnug (Chicknugersford, 2020-09-07)
#211Our beautiful rural town is losing it's wonderful open green spaces.
Deborah MILLER (Cannock, 2020-09-08)
#212Hazelslade is not only a small village but is more importantly a buffer zone for Cannock Chase. In the Cannock area we have been inundated with planning applications being approved with no regard to their consequences.
Steven Baker (Hazelslade , 2020-09-08)
#214We need to keep some green space and the local facilities can not accommodate so many new residents
Adele Allen (Cannock , 2020-09-08)
#215This piece of land is not suitable for extra housing as it would cause problems with traffic and the lack of local amenities ie Doctors,Schools etc.
Garry Robinson (Cannock, 2020-09-08)
#217I’m signing because I lived opposite that field for 30 years until last November and why spoil such a beautiful area with more houses. The school and doctors can’t cope as it is with the community as it is now
Teresa Hall (Powys, 2020-09-08)
#219We need open spaces .I'm sick of seeing sprawling estates where it was once countryside or green space.Our mental health and that of future generations is greatly dependent upon having space to breathe.Wildlife also need natural habitat in which to survive and we owe it to the planet to protect wildlife.All the should be in balance.Lets redress the balance and turn built up derelict land into green spaces , never mind build more
Jane Henry (Cannock, 2020-09-08)
#220Please please leave the wildlife something.
Julie Harris (Hazel Slade, 2020-09-08)
#223Ruin the area
Stephen Warden (Hednesford , 2020-09-08)
#225My Son lives on that road, and I know what the traffic is like now.
Brian Gee (Rugeley, 2020-09-08)
#226The traffic up and down Rawnsley Road is horrendous it can take me up to 10 -15 mins to pull off my own drove In rush hour as it is !!!!, average household have 2 cars plus now ,can you imagine the amount of traffic, !!!! the speed of the traffic is a huge concern for me , I live on the bend and I have witnessed shocking car crashes there , this is just going to add to more congestion coming down the road , it is going to be horrendous .
Teresa Gosling (Staffs , 2020-09-08)
#228I'm signing because I live on the estate next to where this is proposed and it isn't safe pulling out of our estate let alone another estate next to it. Also where do all the children go to school and families go for doctors!
Jennifer Hogarth (Cannock, 2020-09-08)
#232We need yo protect the few green spaces we have left. Stop building on every bit of grass you can find.
Amy Darby (Cannock, 2020-09-09)
#233There has been far too much housing development in this area over the last few decades.
Susan Gregory (Cannock, 2020-09-09)
#234Its near my house
Sam marsh (Cannock, 2020-09-09)
#235I object to this planning application and will in due course submit the grounds for my objections.
Andrew Tilan (Cannock, 2020-09-09)
#236There are so many houses popping up around cannock, everywhere you look there’s a new estate being built. Let’s not lose more of our beautiful county to development
Terrianne Whitehouse (Cannock , 2020-09-09)
#237I like it the way it is
maxine scott cupples (Cannock, 2020-09-09)
#240This is our last green field in rawnsley. You the council have just proposed to close down parking on cannock chase as to preserve its beauty from pollution ect. Cant you see building these house which are close proximity to cannock chase what it will do? The pollution from houses and the extra cars? This is a field of natural beauty, a GREEN BELT or dosent this mean anything any more? There are plenty of brown belt areas and derelict sites that need to be planned on before we ruin this beautiful ViLLAGE. The amenities will not cope either. This road is a disaster waiting to happen another junction on this road would be very messy.
I also think that housing association right next to a already struggling council estate.with drugs ect...REALLY!!!! Are you suicidal...Will you provide any policing to this? I have seen police once in four years down this street WE people of rawnsley implore that you rethink your decision of developing this area any more. We need our green spaces to breath and to live healthily. Our lovely hedgerow is at least one hundred years old and needs to be preserved too. With coming out the EU we need to have our fields so we can continue to sustain our own produce.
Sonja hughes (Staffs, 2020-09-09)
#241By building more houses the eastae will get Evan worse that want it is now we don’t want anymore houses around here simple
James Wilson (Cannock , 2020-09-09)
#245Will cause chaos on our already busy roads and make parking on the rawnsley road near impossible giving local residents insufficient parking
Luke Hughes (Staffordshire, 2020-09-09)
#246My family lived round there for decades adding houses won’t improve the area it will get worse so what’s the point
Stacey Lawton (Hednesford, 2020-09-09)
#247There is insufficient infrastructure to support this level of additional housing/people in this particular area.
Helen Davidson (Cannock, 2020-09-09)
#248Our local services are underfunded and under pressure including GP services. So unless we get improvements to these bringing more people into the area will only make matters worse. The builders make the profits whilst the local people have to deal with the consequences of more people trying to use ever dwindling services.
Stuart Davidson (Cannock, 2020-09-09)
#253Against houses being built ..
Michelle Brownridge (Hednesford , 2020-09-09)
#261I live on the adjoining Estate I think this will bring too much vehicular and foot traffic to our village and ruin the children's playing area including football pitch and bike track.
grace cable (Cannock, 2020-09-10)
#269On behalf of my mom who lives on rawnsley rd
Carl Parrish (Burntwood , 2020-09-12)
#275Our Green spaces locally are diminishing there is already too much burden on local services like schools and doctors. Traffic is also increasing too much locally there are many deer around and we are invading their space and endangering them.
Thank you carrie
Carrie Jahn (Cannock Wood , 2020-09-13)
#276I'm fed up of houses being built all over burntwood it way too busy already
Craig Eastup (Burntwood, 2020-09-14)
#277I'm signing because not only do people need houses but people also need nature and open space ,for well-being etc .cannock have had our fair share of houses now thank you
Timothy Twist (Cannock, 2020-09-15)
#279I was born in Hazel Slade in 1949 and have only lived on Rugeley Road in 3 different properties. I have walked on or viewed the proposed land thousands of times and value the green spaces in the locality on many different levels. A development of this size will change the demographics of the road and diminish people's appreciation of the area which is used widely, by local people and visitors from all over the country. Smaller housing developments are much more appropriate for this locality which has already been over developed. The Littleworth location is an example where projects of 4 to 10 properties have been integrated into existing housing very successfully.
Cynthia Gough (21, Rugeley Road, Hazel Slade, Cannock, 2020-09-15)
#280Enough housing on and around the chase. No more!.
Sarah Turner (Hednesford, 2020-09-15)
#281I am opposed to any development of this land. It is a sensitive site forming a natural buffer area to the Cannock chase AONB. It is my opinion that development of this site is inappropriate and unnecessary.
Colin Downes (Cannock, 2020-09-15)
#283I am opposed to this development as I feel that this area is developed beyond sustainability already.
Local serives already struggle to cope, also the elevated position will make it impossible to blend sensitively with the surroundings.
Louise Downes (Cannock, 2020-09-15)
#284I can’t understand why brown field sites can not be used to build new houses on there are enough of them! Going for the easy option again! Never mind the environment or wildlife as long as there are a few quid to be made!
Claire Roe (Hednesford , 2020-09-15)
#285There are plenty of brownfield sites so why build on this field and spoil all of its nature! Not to mention the doctors and schools are at full capacity.
Martin Mckenry (Cannock, 2020-09-15)
#287This is right next to where me and my young family live, nobody in the close vicinity wants this to go ahead.
Ja9 Hogarth (Cannock , 2020-09-16)
#289Im signing this because this area is one of very few green areas our children have left and we all have our own memories. Our primary school isnt big enough for any more children either.
Zoe Dawson (Cannock, 2020-09-16)
#313I’m signing this because I don’t want no houses built opposite my house which will ruin the view!!!!!
Megan Pymm (Cannock , 2020-10-09)
#317Totally against more houses being built on rawnsley rd the area has been built up with housing estates all around it in recent years and no extra facilities to cope with influx ie, schools,hospitals
Christine Parker (Cannock, Staffordshire, 2020-11-09)
#319The doctors surgery and local schools are already over subscribed. The traffic is horrendous now and pollution would be much greater if this development went ahead!!
Samantha Webster (Cannock, 2020-11-11)
#322Green Space!!! lets cash in and build on it! Cannock is overdeveloped and being ruined. Haven't enough houses been built by Cannock Chase recently. M6 Toll, Mill Green, Greenwood Valley, enough is enough. Don't know why I am even writing this as it will get passed then the council will achieve their targets and individuals will get a nice reward in their pay packets for doing so. People don't exercise enough, yeah because you build everywhere and you have to drive to somewhere nice. Bet the Cllr's live somewhere nice though.
James Hartill (cannock, 2020-11-11)
#323I'm signing because this area has already been blighted with new developments. It was an area of open spaces, now it's just one horrific urban sprawl.
Neil Price (Cannock, 2020-11-11)
#325The area is lacking in resources already. A new development of this size will impact in a negative way on the existing community.
The land is unsuitable for development and the application should be rejected.
Colin Preece (Cannock, 2020-11-11)
#326I'm signing because I live in the estate next to where the proposed building would be and I do not want that happening.
Martyn Chalmers (Cannock, 2020-11-11)
#331Too much congestion in the area already and a dangerous road safety spot with lots of on road parking
David Sharratt (Cannock, 2020-11-12)
#333I protest to the development. This area is a Site of special scientific interest and should be protected. Rawnsley road is busy enough already. I can never get an appointment at the GP as it is.
Mel Gettings (Cannock, 2020-11-12)
#335This area does not need more houses. This is the edge of an area of outstanding natural beauty. The proposed estate will fall at the bottom of a natural valley, and will completely destroy the visual beauty of the area. The area has awful problems with traffic and speeding vehicles already, so we do not need more! The local doctors surgery is a nightmare to get an appointment at, and the local school is already under strain. We do not need this!! There are much better locations away from this area which are better suited for development. Stay away from here!
Martin Winkles (Cannock, 2020-11-14)
#338I am signing this potition as I lived on rawnsley road for a long time there is a lot of wild life on this field and if it was built on would disrupt the wildlife also how would it not be contested with cars trying to get out onto the road as it already very dangerous as it is there isn't enough doctors in that area that as we speak are trying to come with being able to see people the school is only small so you would have to look at schooling and you would take away the felling of a small village there would be disruption to people living near by with the noise and dust I think you should take all this into consideration before you give planing concession
Janet Whitehouse (Cannock, 2020-11-14)
#339This is not needed the roads already congested , schools full and you cannot get an appointment at Doctors . Have lived in Rawnsley now for 31 years facilities are poor anyway
Neil Delanty (Rawnsley, Cannock, 2020-11-14)
#342I’m signing because this is visually not what we want in our beautiful countryside. More and more green belt being absolutely destroyed and this particular area is a regular dog walking route for us, we live here to enjoy the countryside not stare at new builds. Please note I struggle immensely to get a GP appointment in the local area without more houses for more residents being crammed in? Traffic in this area is getting worse, more houses, more people more cars - the roads and the speeds here are not measured enough as it is. The surgeries are crammed and can’t see the locals. This must not go ahead.
Jodie Francis (Staffordshire, 2020-11-14)
#344I object to the development to many areas in the area sold off we need to keep our green space and area can't cope with more hoyses
Mark Wood (Hednesford, 2020-11-15)
#345Land should remain as green belt land.
Future flooding is a concern as well as pressure on local doctors surgery where it is already difficult to park and causes tailbacks.
Jo Robertson (Cannock, 2020-11-15)
#347The proposed development site is on an elevated position and would be detrimental to the whole landscape! The development would also add additional pressure to the local Doctor's and schools.
Andrew Hughes (Cannock, 2020-11-16)
#348The areas is an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is in an elevated position and will totally destroy the view. My house will be overlooked. 60 addition houses are not required! The doctors and school cant take any more
Sarah Hughes (Cannock, 2020-11-16)
#350I believe the application if approved will overload the local area in terms of traffic, GP availability, utility supply, local schools and increase the flooding risk down the valley towards Hednesford.
Stephen Ashington (Hednesford , 2020-11-17)
#351To oppose the building of 60 new homes.Strain on roads ,doctors and schools are already to high
Andrew Boswell (Hazelslade , 2020-11-17)
#352I love our area the way it is there are already 2 estates off the Rawnsley Road it would be chaos and devastating on the area and the community. It would ruin a beauty and the visual impact would be terrible.
Jayne Smith (Rawnsley, 2020-11-17)
#355I love on rawnsley road
Lauren Riley (Cannock, 2020-11-18)
#362The development will spoil this area and destroy the beautiful natural environment.
Lindsey Pymm (Hednesford, 2020-11-22)
#364I'm signing because I believe we should keep the local farm land and nature in this area this area does not have enough amenities to up hold another development
Marie Stokes (WALSALL, 2020-11-27)
#365I live on Rawnsley Road & the burden of extra traffic, local facilities, schools, Doctors etc, would be horrendous.
Hazel Evans (CANNOCK, 2020-11-27)
#368I do not wish anymore wildlife to be decimated by house builders like Bromford.
Louise Coleman (Cannock, 2021-04-28)
#369There destroying the whole area
Elaine Aarmishaw (Stafford, 2021-04-28)
#372No more green fields destroyed.
Jim Addison (Hednesford, 2021-04-30)
#375My son lives opposite to where this is being planned, I'm so sick of lovely areas being sold off for houses, we have already lost half of Mill Green for that monstrosity they have built
Jane Pearson (Cannock , 2021-06-19)
#377I don’t want to see housing in yet another green area
Kerey Batey (Cannock, 2021-06-19)
#379I don’t want these affordable homes on my doorstep as I know what kind of people can occupy these houses
Ben Woolley (Cannock, 2021-07-15)
#380This would massively affect the beauty and tranquil setting.
I don’t want these on my door step I know the types of people that can occupy these houses I would seek to legal action as this would massively affect my house price
Stephanie Woolley (Hednesford , 2021-07-15)
#381I live near this area and it is already very busy. this would cause many problems to the area.
kevin jackson (CANNOCK, 2021-08-16)