Save Menston’s Green Belt before it’s too late

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julia morelli
Apr 3, 2020
I hate all cruelty

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Sandra Garforth
1 year ago
We need the countryside, not towns, villages merging into one another. Plus roads are already heavily overused in the area from development over last 20 years.

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Louise Akeroyd
1 year ago
I’m worried about green belt land being lost forever

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Peter Dorman-Groves
1 year ago
I have family and friends in this area and the amount of development there is frightening. As awareness of the environmental damage mankind is causing to the natural world grows, it is imperative we protect our green belt.

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Sykvia Lancaster
1 year ago
Too much has already been taken. Loads of houses still empty logic !

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Richard Foxton
1 year ago
I don't believe that greenbelt should be developed. Over development is rife in the area & precious areas of open land disappear forever. We need to value open areas.

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Paul Moulton
1 year ago
The Green Belt is disappearing at an alarming rate. Menston and Burley are merging into one. This needs to be stopped.

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Alison Merifield
1 year ago
I am in full support of keeping the green. Keep going young man x

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Katie Harrop
1 year ago
I used to live in menston, I moved house because of building work near my old house.

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Karyn Wight
1 year ago
I used to live in Menston and the land should not be built on, it floods, it has been shown that the drainage system wouldn't cope, the roads are overcrowded already. I agree it is just a cheap easy option when there are so many brown field sites but they cost too much. Bradford needs it's quota of houses but not at the expense of green land.