Showing posts from June, 2016

End and beginning ..... Bourne End Mills

Some of the last remaining smaller units  loading the crushing machine Removing steel work Loading crushing machine Laying out reinforcing for the foundations Steel work separated from concrete Preparing base for factory unit Route for the Bourne Gutter created at the back of the site

Landfill off Upper Bourne End Lane

After all the work put in to oppose the Little Hay landfill, we now have what appears to be landfill taking place in Upper Bourne End Lane.  This is purportedly about importing topsoil for a market gardening project.  DBC has been on site and has turned back lorries containing bricks and rubble.  Chalk subsoil is now being imported.  The attached will give you some idea about the state of the road. On the separate site, the usual six vans of the outdoor dog day care centre are there.  (The consent allowed only two, but Enforcement will not take action as a further application is in train). A load of rubble has been delivered and is being shifted purportedly for land drainage. The whole area is more like a construction site.  It is designated Green Belt land.  I would suggest you visit and encourage others to do so and pass your comments to the planning department.