Colin Bosher, Hitchin
1. Morally a town in Bedfordshire has no right to extend itself into Hertfordhsire2. There are already considerable housing development opportunities in Bedfordshire, some of which are mothballed or on go slows because of the current state of the housing
1. Morally a town in Bedfordshire has no right to extend itself into Hertfordhsire
2. There are already considerable housing development opportunities in Bedfordshire, some of which are mothballed or on go slows because of the current state of the housing market. These should be fully developed before any more green field development takes place.
3. There are plenty of brown field opportunites in Luton that should be fully exploited first.
4. How can a town split across a County boundary ever be properly "managed" in Local Government terms?
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5. This nonsense will clearly be the thick end of the wedge in Big Brother's insatiable and wholly undemocratic aim to conjoin Stevenage, Hitchin, Letchworth and Luton into one giant, awful, souless, conurbation, that will blight the landscape for evermore.
6. Where are the new jobs coming from to sustain the influx of thousands of new residents?
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7. Where are the new waters upplies coming from to support such massive development?
There are many more things I could say, but I will end by urging everyone who has any interest in preserving our countryside and the identities of our towns to rise up and challenge this monstrosity.