COVID-19 represents an unparalleled global public health crisis. The toll on our lives and families, businesses, health services, and economies is enormous. Each death is a tragedy, and the effects on our collective well being and financial security will be significant.Clean Air Fund – Report – June 2020
Hello to everyone hope you’re all fit & well and staying safe.
We’re continuing to develop our TSJ neighbourhood plan for the area and have applied for grant funding so we can engage a planning consultant to help pull the plan together.
We will soon be out and about again putting up signs and banners to remind people how precious the green belt is to all of us.
Please let us know if you’d like one of the signs on your property. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are doing all this in preparation
for the next GMSF consultation
which will probably be in Autumn this year.
However, GM Mayor Andy Burnham has said that due to COVID-19 the plan will now be amended.
This is what he’s said in a recent press conference (3rd June 2020) about the GMSF plan:
“It’s being reviewed…. The economy is going to face a challenging period and that will have an implication for the GMSF, particularly its five year delivery plan. Equally, there may be more opportunity for houses to be built in areas where the high street could be hit by the downturn…”
On the face of it, this looks like good news in terms of protecting Green Belt from development, but it’s far from clear that it actually means that.