Thursday, 25 November 2010

Save our green fields campaign

I have been away from the blog due to the birth of my son, Landon. I don't really have the time to blog at the moment and I'm not following the day to day news events.
But I did want to highlight something that Sean Haffey (Conservative Councillor for Hart District Council) has blogged on. In his blog 'Save our Green fields' he has highlighted a small part of government policy which could have a big effect on our Green Fields. His blog is about Windfall sites and a campaign to call on the government to withdraw this part of their policy.
I want to support this campaign as I do believe we need more houses but I do not want to see them built on playing parks or recreation fields, let alone green sites.
Full details on how you can help and on what Windfall sites are can be found here.


  1. I don't know of any area where over 100 houses can be built which is not a "green site"

    Why do you support the building of new houses?
    Would you support the building of a wind farm on a green site, to allow "Landon" to live in a world where the energy he uses comes from a renewable source?

  2. Its like you learn my thoughts! You seem to understand a lot approximately this, like you wrote the ebook in it or something.
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