Raunds Town Council Objects to ANOTHER Distribution Centre

Raunds Town Council shares the concerns of many local residents that this development is unsuitable for the local area, and have submitted their objections to this application to ENC. You can see a copy of their response here.

Residents can submit their own comments to ENC in order to ensure the community is heard

In addition Raunds Town Council will be hosting a public meeting on Thursday 27th July 2017 at 6.30pm. The meeting will be held in the Council Chamber, The Hall, Thorpe Street, Raunds. Residents are invited to share their thoughts and views on the application with Town Councillors. Councillors will then consider whether they should submit any additional comments to ENC

17/00266/FUL – Proposed Distribution Centre (B8 Use Class) together with ancillary offices, parking, servicing and site landscaping. West End Land North Of Brick Kiln Road Raunds Northamptonshire.

6 thoughts on “Raunds Town Council Objects to ANOTHER Distribution Centre

  • 21st July 2017 at 9:54 pm

    Don’t matter what ever Raunds. Town council say,even if they all vote against it,and people of Raunds say they don’t want it,they WONT have the final say,it’s all down to the crappy east northants council at the end of the day,whatever they say goes,Raunds council can do Nothing to stop them

    • 28th July 2017 at 9:34 am

      I can’t even see why they need to. There is a gate into the field behind Mc D at the end of the access road.

  • 26th July 2017 at 9:44 pm

    In regards to the proposed distribution site, have the powers to be really looked into this, I am an HGV driver, and 1 of the places I hated delivering to was distribution centres in housing estates, there are so many dangers, children running about, you cannot see a small child in a lorry,cars pulling out of drives, cars parked on the road, the noise of trucks constantly driving up and down, the crashing of trailers as they are being dropped on bays, the noise of vehicles hooking up to trailers, noise travels more at night, what time limits will there be imposed if any, what about vehicles parking in the access road, this opens up more serious things, like the possibility of abductions,then there is damage to the roads and kerbs, pollution,noise,urinating if lorries are parked up drivers will relieve themselves if needed, especially the foreigners, i know i have been there.


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