Stop the proposed development of an 'Eco Park' on The Meads in Bridgwater

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Michael Stone
6 years ago
Becuase we are spending to much time and wasting much neede funds for other crucial things like health

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Adam Hughes
6 years ago
Bridgwater has suffered the consequences of poor planning decisions under the stewardship
of an inept and shortsighted town council for many years. It has to stop, Angel Place ripped the heart and soul the town centre, now it's time to trash the green spaces we all want and use.

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Tina Morton
6 years ago
Bridgwater has so much development at the moment there is going to be no fields or open land left for future generations to enjoy, access will cause a problem and this land belongs to the people of the town where once a year it brings everyone together.

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Chris Doney
6 years ago
Flood plain and good productive farming land. Green wedge and should be preserved for the whole town and its flora/fauna.

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Anita Kanitz
7 years ago
“The beauty of the natural world lies in the details.”
— Natalie Angier

“In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.”
— Aristotle


“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.”
— Annie Dillard

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
— Albert Einstein

“Earth laughs in flowers.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Nature always wears the colors of the spirit.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Nigel Williams
7 years ago
you should not build on areas that flood - and always have - that is selling property, that is in fact worthless - never be able to sell or insure - this is a crime! see recent news about country wide flooding 2014. A time will come where planners and developers will held to account for their actions.

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louise affleck
7 years ago
So little untouched wildlife habitat left, most land intensively farmed or built on, the meads is a very important site for threatened species already struggling to survive, please save it!!!

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Paul Molloy
7 years ago
This would leave a very narrow corridor for wildlife, and it wouldn't be long before it's barren or filled with non native flowers paid for by the people of Bridgwater.

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tracy wheat
7 years ago
to protect wildlife

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Bill Revans
7 years ago
Another green space lost, more traffic, SDC shenanigans. Sounds familiar.