Oppose a new airfield/aerodrome at Panshanger

Oppose a new airfield/aerodrome at Panshanger

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Hazel Leggetter started this petition to Colin Haigh Chief Planning Officer WHBC. and

Please sign this petition to oppose a new airfield adjacent to homes in Panshanger. This will bring disruptive noise from the helicopters, intrusive microlights and small planes spreading lead pollution from the avgas fuel they use and bring a safety threat to the surrounding area.

There are 5 local junior/infant schools in the immediate vicinity. According to the World Health Organisation there is no safe levels of lead contamination. Lead is a neurotoxin and even a small amount could cause permanent damage to a child's health stunting their brain development. Pregnant women and babies are particularly vulnerable. 

Don't you want Panshanger to stay a safe healthy place where your family can enjoy it's peaceful rural setting in the Mimram valley?

Please sign the petition and send it on to anyone you know who will be affected. You can also share it on Facebook and Twitter using the buttons at the top of the page . There is a link on our website www.hertsgreenvalley.org and also at the bottom of this page to directly raise an objection to the council. Alternatively telephone Mr Mark Peacock 01707 357 249

Suggest what you would like to see Mariposa (the company building over 600  new homes in Panshanger) provide for their 1000's of  new residents which really could be enjoyed by all of the local community. Maybe a new indoor swimming complex for Welwyn Garden City; just imagine the benefit of Astroturf pitches for year round use; or a community hall for Yoga or social events. 

Please sign this petition and oppose this planning application to protect everyone's safe, healthy, peaceful rural family life.

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