NO to obscuring Berry Hill Hall, NO to anymore building on Berry Hill Park, PLEASE STOP IT

NO to obscuring Berry Hill Hall, NO to anymore building on Berry Hill Park, PLEASE STOP IT

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Robert Bailey started this petition to Objection to Mansfield District Council Planning Department ref 2019/0207/FUL

Berry Hill Hall is a beautiful ancient, listed building from 1750's which looks out and is visible from most of Berry Hill Park however planning application 2019/0207/FUL will result in the Hall being enveloped by new build properties on land that should never be built on as it will damage Mansfield's finest park, particularly the views of the majestic stately home and impact on the feeling of space and wellbeing. 

Berry Hill Park has been a constant target for speculative developers for many years and should really enjoy full conservation status to end the constant mundane urbanisation of one of the most beautiful locations in Mansfield and traditionally been a focal point for the towns recreational and political activities and is a precious part of many of the towns peoples memories and the view of the Hall and open plan relationship with park needs to be preserved. 

Please sign the petition to express the feelings and love you have for Berry Hill Park and Berry Hill Hall by rejecting this building application 2019/0207/FUL and any subsequent building applications so the spaces and views are preserved for future generations to enjoy. 

If the developers can see no prospect of being able to build I am confident the people of Mansfield will look to ways to re-integrate the threatened land into the park and push for full conservation and protection from speculative profit focussed  developers.

If the new dwellings (they want to build more) are approved the magnificent open views of Berry Hill Hall as well as open spaces, vegetation and trees will be impacted and compromised, this has to stop now.

Thank you.

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