Month: September 2011

Packed public meeting says “no” to development on Toton’s green belt

It was standing room only when almost two hundred people attended the meeting on Saturday September 25th. Anna Soubry explained that Broxtowe Borough Council had chosen green belt land off Stapleford lane as a “preferred site” for 800 houses. One after one, residents voiced their opposition to the plans which would add further

Anna Soubry backs residents calls for a decision on Neville Sadler Court

Neaville Sadler is home to dozens of elderly people living independently in the main complex of flats and annexe, on Fletcher Road in Beeston. The main building is due to be demolished as it is on the route of the tram extension but residents in the rest of the building face

Anna Soubry backs Toton residents Green Belt fight

Anna Soubry attended last nights consultation at Coronation Hall in Toton and pledged her support to stop development on fields off Stapleford Lane. Broxtowe Borough Council told residents of their plans to build up to 4,000 houses on the green belt  with hundreds of houses planned opposite Bardills. “The people

Anna Soubry condemns plans to build on Greasley’s green belt

Plans published by Broxtowe Borough Council reveal the full extent of their proposals to allow development on green belt in the north of Broxtowe. “Sites including the Moor Green show ground have been identified as suitable for development” said Anna Soubry “I do not believe people throughout Broxtowe want to

Anna Soubry welcomes Gotham to Broxtowe

The Boundary Commision has proposed adding Gotham to the exisiting constituency of Broxtowe as part of the plans to re-organise constituencies throughout Britain. “The Coalition has rightly decided to reduce the number of seats by 50 to ensure constituencies have roughly the same number of people” said Anna “It will

Toton public meeting on threat to green belt

Anna Soubry and local Councillors Marilyn Hegyi, Craig Cox and Tony Ford are holding a public meeting in Toton as part of the campaign to protect the areas green belt. Fields off Stapleford Lane and opposite Bardills have been identified by Broxtowe Borough Council as suitable for development even though

Anna Soubry congratulates Payne Security on Queens Award

Payne Security has a double celebration – one hundred years since they were founded in Nottingham and another Queens Award. The business has been based at Giltbrook for thirty years providing work for hundreds of employees with offices and manufacturing plants in India and the USA. Payne security have developed

Disappointment at Bramwell sale

Nottinghamshire County Council have announced that six of their residential homes have found a buyer. The deal said to net the Council £2.5 million is with Runwood Homes one of the country’s most reputable providers of residential homes for the elderly who specialise in dementia. Anna Soubry has always opposed

Anna Soubry has asked Councillors to protect the green belt and abandon Broxtowe’s housing target

In her letter Anna Soubry said ” You may know my own view and I believe it is shared by many of the people I represent, that Broxtowe needs to maintain and continue to protect its green belt land. I think the decision which in effect gives the green light