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THE opening bell has sounded in the fight to stop the destruction of our countryside under thousands of homes and miles of tarmac. All the information on the scheme to expand Luton into Herts Green Belt by building 5,500 homes and a massive ring road is

THE opening bell has sounded in the fight to stop the destruction of our countryside under thousands of homes and miles of tarmac.

All the information on the scheme to expand Luton into Herts Green Belt by building 5,500 homes and a massive ring road is in the public domain and the official channels of protest are open.

On Friday the Luton and South Beds joint planning committee website went live on the first day of an eight-week consultation process with details of how to object.

This is your chance to voice your opinion and opposition to this destruction of our countryside.


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But we still need you to join our Stop The Luton Invasion campaign by signing up at www.thecomet24.co.uk and leaving your comments. We plan to take every protest to Parliament and every voice is important.

You can also have your say to North Herts councillors and planning officers who will be answering questions and more importantly listening to your concerns at parish council meetings in the threatened area in the coming weeks.

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All the information on the project is available at www.shapeyourfuture.org.uk where you can download a copy of the Core Strategy Preferred Options document, or to get a hard copy call Luton Borough Council on 01582 546000. You can also object in writing to Joint Technical Unit, Regus House, 960 Capability Green, Luton LU1 3PE.

Go online to www.thecomet24.co.uk to read the reasons people are objecting and watch this space for news of public meetings in Beds.

Dates for the diary:

Council meetings:

St Ippolyts, April 27

St Pauls Walden, April 29

Lilley, May 7

Kimpton, May 12

Breachwood Green, May 20

Protest:

Keep East Of Luton Green march, May 3

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