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Proposal to alter the Planning Boundary

  • Gordon
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25 Oct 2009 13:36 #261 by Gordon
Replied by Gordon on topic Proposal to alter the Planning Boundary
We are delighted to have a contributor. Sorry if I have misunderstood the purpose of your posts.

Go ahead and give your opinion of the proposal. As you said, all discussion is helpful.

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  • DataCompute
25 Oct 2009 22:27 #262 by DataCompute
Replied by DataCompute on topic Proposal to alter the Planning Boundary
Absolutely should go ahead, another 20 houses build in this community would be great, this community in too small, and I for one would welcome more family's in this community.

I see no problems with this at all

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  • DataCompute
30 Oct 2009 12:03 #263 by DataCompute
Replied by DataCompute on topic Proposal to alter the Planning Boundary
What's happened to the poll????

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  • Gordon
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30 Oct 2009 20:32 - 30 Oct 2009 20:33 #264 by Gordon
Replied by Gordon on topic Proposal to alter the Planning Boundary
The Poll is still there. It just lost it's front page slot for a few days because of the clocks changing. That usually causes some interest in the street light position.

If you click on "view details", under the poll it will take you to the results page where the drop down will allow you to select the poll.

You can also get it from the Top menu link, under Community Company.

It will come back in due course. Front page is expensive real estate :)
Last edit: 30 Oct 2009 20:33 by Gordon. Reason: Spelling!

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  • Gerard McGoldrick
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14 Nov 2013 12:32 #614 by Gerard McGoldrick
Replied by Gerard McGoldrick on topic Proposal to alter the Planning Boundary
I am also keen to see more houses and families. I think changes to boundaries and rules can be good. Especially if the growth is allowed to be organic.
In my opinion, what is bad for small communities, is when a developer comes in and bulldozes a group of houses in, which have no architectural merit and don't age very well. I want to see more individual builds, which produce character and diversity. Whether that is building something to look old or something radical. The school has hardly any kids left, so we also need smaller, more affordable houses, to encourage young families, especially if we want to preserve the future of the school, the building and its amenity, which serves the whole community.

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