I have just been informed that any letters of support that were received by Denbighshire CC for the first application for this development need to be resubmitted, as the original application was withdrawn and resubmitted under a different application number!
The obvious, no-brainer response would be to ask why the original letters of support can’t just be counted towards the “new” application. Common sense, anyone?
Please support this application, even if you think you already supported it before!
The easiest way to support this application is to simply send an email toÂ firstname.lastname@example.org
You might also want to consider CC’ing local MP’s.
The email needs to contain theÂ reference and full title in the subject line. Depending on how your computer is set up, clicking the link above may automatically complete the subject line for you.
If not, copy and paste it from here
01/2014/0705 – Construction Of A Multi-User Active Travel Route – Land Between, St Davids Church, St Davids Lane And, Brookhouse Road, Denbigh, Denbighshire
Alternatively, you can comment on the application directly in Denbighshire’s Planning Portal
Here’s how to comment on the application
#1 Search Google for Denbighshire Planning Application, or just click here
#2 Click the “Find a Planning Application” button
#3 Click the link “Search Planning Applications
#4 Enter the reference number “01/2014/0705″ into the Reference Number box, and click SEARCH
#5 Click the “Make Comment” link
#6 Say something positive in favour of the cycle path development
Thanks for taking the time to comment on this and support the application.
Denbighshire cycle path development is hugely important. If we all say how we feel and let our voices be heard, we can make a difference and gradually start to turn people’s attentions back towards wanting to build a better infrastructure to support cycling , in line with the Active Travel Act.
Let’s face it, too many people drive noisy cars, and way too many people are fat as a result. I read somewhere recently that diabetes costs the NHS something like Â£1 million per HOUR. This is mostly avoidable!
I first posted about this development here
Sincere thanks to Glyn Evans, Sustrans Area Manager for his helpful correspondence in hastily writing this post!