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More than 100 sign petition against Tendring housing plans
11:00am Friday 21st February 2014 in News
More than 100 residents have signed a petition telling Tendring Council to stay away from the Colchester border.
The row over Tendring Council’s plans to build thousands of homes on the Colchester border is hotting up, with Colchester MP Bob Russell also backing the cause.
The ‘West Tendring’ site, earmarked for development after 2024, includes land off St Andrew’s Avenue, where 3,000 homes could be built, and the extension of the Plains Farm estate.
Joseph Turner, 66, of Longridge, Colchester, decided to start a petition against the plans after hearing people were having problems commenting on Tendring Council’s website.
He collected about 120 signatures in a day and a half and drove to Tendring to personally hand the petition on Tuesday, when the consultation ended.
See today's paper for the full story.
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