Six deaths within a year on a railway line through Bedfordshire have triggered a call for Network Rail to take action.
There is delight in Potton after a developer’s appeal against a rejected plan for new homes in the town was dismissed.
Plans for large-scale future housing growth in parts of Central Bedfordshire have not been shelved and are set to remain in the Local Plan for the area, it has been revealed.
An emotional plea to “allow Potton to breathe” and to consider “the human cost of development” was brushed aside as plans for up to 30 homes in the town were approved.
Independent Potton councillor Adam Zerny has accused Central Bedfordshire Council of “very quietly” dropping a major building pledge as an inspector looks over its Local Plan.
Independent Potton councillor Adam Zerny’s latest Facebook post has been dubbed “false news” and “inaccurate” by a fellow Central Bedfordshire councillor.
A large planning application for more homes near Potton has been withdrawn, much to the delight of independent councillor Adam Zerny.
A debt of £3 million has been run up by a firm managing Central Bedfordshire’s legal affairs.
Independent Potton councillor Adam Zerny is delighted by the decision to reject a new planning application for more homes in town.
A quarry expansion plan at Potton has the backing of the town council, subject to several conditions including no extra traffic to and from the site.
A plan for 80 homes in Potton has been rejected – but an appeal is being heard this week over housing on the same site.
Plans have been unveiled to extend the excavation area at Potton Quarry where further expansion could be on the cards, according to a local councillor.
Fears are being raised about whether Central Bedfordshire Council plans to change the way it runs publicly-owned farms, and possibly sell some of them.
Central Bedfordshire Council has hit back at a councillor’s criticism over housing developments in Potton.
Independent Potton councillor Adam Zerny has demanded action from Central Bedfordshire Council regarding pollution levels in Sandy.
Central Bedfordshire Council has hit back at criticism from a councillor over its newly-approved Local Plan.
The future of Central Bedfordshire is beginning to take shape after the district’s Local Plan was approved at a full council meeting last night.
It’s judgement day for the future of Central Bedfordshire next Thursday, as the district’s Local Plan goes before a vote on whether to submit it to central government.
Cyclists and bikers “take their lives into their hands” when they use certain pothole-ridden roads around Biggleswade and Potton – that’s according to an independent councillor.
A developer refused planning permission to build 80 homes in Potton has put in a new planning application on the same land – despite having already appealed the original decision.