A committee has been formed after 2 inaugural meetings chaired by Councillor Geoff Collett to see what appetite there was in the community to fight again the injustice of a developer walking over an already established Green Barrier in Mold, in order to develop housing where it is NOT wanted.
The area in question is on the Ruthin Road just past St Mary’s Park - the field on the right going out of Mold adjacent to Plas Aney, Lon Cae Del and Linden Drive.
A committee has been formed to collate and manage the response.
There are 5 members and a Mold Councillor acting as a senior advisor and mentor:)
At present we have 7 areas identified as being of importance, and having need to be represented:
Linden Drive - Lon Cae Del - Plas Aney - St Mary’s Park - Hafod Park - Ruthin Road - Hendy Road. Are there others? In fact whether you kno it or not, we will all be affected by this for years to come. Help us today.
Give us ammunition and let us know by contacting us…
Yes the whole of Mold should be aware of this, but we need to make sure that this isn’t just a NIMBY reaction - “Not in my back yard”!! We are talking about ours and our children’s environment.
A little inspiration for the fight ahead
WE NEED YOUR CONTACT DETAILS AND YOUR HELP TO FIGHT THIS DEVELOPMENT ON OUR GREEN SPACES
So we can keep you informed and you can contact us - we need to be organised…
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