Last chance to make your voice heard

keep green belt and save Hatfield garden villageTime is running out to tell the Council about any objections you may have to the Proposed Core Strategy.

So if you DO want to save our Hatfield green belt and DON’T want heavily congested roads, increased crime, longer waiting times to get into Dentists and GP’s, no decent schools for your children, etc. then please get your comments registered with the council.

Don’t think that your voice is not important, it really is. If we don’t get enough residents filling out the forms on paper or online then we have very little chance of making any difference. Every single one of you is needed, don’t think that you don’t need to do it because your neighbours have, they haven’t. We are still way short of the amount of comments that we need to make the Council sit up and listen.

If you are having any problems filling out the forms (you are not the only one!), online or on paper then please get in touch with any of the committee and we will help you. The Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council seem to have made it as difficult as possible! Remember that every single member of your household is allowed to comment.

If you have completed a paper form but have not had time to drop it into the Council, then please give it to one of the committee and we will make sure that it gets there.

The close date for getting your comment registered is tomorrow 31st January 2013, at 4:45 pm.

To get in touch with the committee click here.

For information on how to get your comment registered click here.

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January 30, 2013 · 8:19 am

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