MP for Rushcliffe, Ruth Edwards, and Ruddington’s three Rushcliffe Borough Councillors, Jen Walker, Mike Gaunt and Graham Fletcher, have all signed an Open Letter to the owner and Directors of Bloor Homes Ltd.
This action comes after the housing developer’s regional office suddenly reneged on its promise to allow room for a row of trees to be planted by Brookside Residents’ Action Group (BRAG), for the Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) scheme. The trees were to be planted along the southern boundary of Bloor Hones’ Fairham Green development.
Everything was going to plan until an internal miscommunication at Bloor Homes led to the onsite fencing subcontractor starting to install the permanent fencing just inches away from the existing residents’ boundary, rather than following a line of blue marker pegs placed to indicate the correct position of the fence.
BRAG is now asking Bloor Homes to reposition the several fence panels which have been put in recently, to allow enough space for the agreed tree-planting in this gap. The gap will also enable wildlife access and boundary maintenance for residents.
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