Joan Walley MP backs Linley Road Residents
Labour MP Joan Walley has written to Newcastle Borough Council’s Planning Committee to back the residents of Linley Road and Old Butt Lane with their objections to the removal of condition 16 on West Avenue that restricts deliveries in the evening and in the early hours of the morning. Residents and local Councillors sought the help of Ms Walley to make it clear the removal of condition 16 would be a disaster. Kidsgrove Town Council has backed residents and made objections.
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Cllr Kyle Robinson
Posted on December 19, 2012, in Butt Lane, Planning Applications Butt Lane, West Avenue and tagged agendas, and minutes, Butt Lane, Butt Lane Blog, Butt Lane Community Blog, Butt Lane Councillor Kyle Robinson, Butt Lane Kyle Robinson, Butt Lane News, Cllr Kyle Robinson, cllrkylerobinson, community, Community Blog, Councillor for Butt Lane, Councillor Kyle Robinson, Councillor Kyle Robinson - Meetings, Councillor Kyle Robinson's Blog, Joan Walley, Joan Walley MP, Kidsgrove, Kidsgrove Bloggers, Kidsgrove Community Blog, Kidsgrove Events, Kidsgrove News, Kidsgrove Town Council, Kyle Robinson, kyle robinson newcastle, labour mp, Labour MP Joan Walley, local councillors, Meetings, Newcastle Borough Council, Planning Application, planning committee, Talke, West Avenue, www.cllrkylerobinson.com. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.