Neighbours kept happy
Developers have pulled out the stops to make sure their new neighbours are kept happy. Taylor Woodrow acted following an article in the May 24 edition of the Dunmow Broadcast in which we reported Dunmow residents would lose their privacy as a new developm
Developers have pulled out the stops to make sure their new neighbours are kept happy.
Taylor Woodrow acted following an article in the May 24 edition of the Dunmow Broadcast in which we reported Dunmow residents would lose their privacy as a new development was built.
A spokesman for the developers of the Bryant Homes site adjacent to the White Street car park, said: "Taylor Woodrow recognises the concerns raised by the affected residents and has already agreed to provide additional screen fencing to solve this problem. We are happy to discuss fencing options with any additional residents affected, in order to find a solution that is acceptable to all.
"The development plan for the site has already been given permission by the development control committee of Uttlesford District Council, under permission reference UTT/1185/02/FUL, and is not, as stated, due to be considered.
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"The car park in question is being provided as an extension to the existing town centre car park operated by Uttlesford DC, and is not for use by apartments and flats or houses which are being constructed as part of the development."
Residents wishing to discuss the matter of what options are open to them for the fencing should contact head office on 01707 378900, stating the site they wish to discuss.
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