You have one FINAL chance to save YOUR Rawdon Green Belt site. There are no more chances to object to its inclusion in Leeds City Council's house building plans, once the 27th March deadline has passed.
To save YOUR Green Belt, we all need to categorically object to the inclusion of the site in Leeds City Council's Site Allocation Plan, and you need to tell them why.
If you do one thing for Rawdon, do this. Cragg Wood conservation area is a treasure, loved by thousands of Leeds folk and beyond. Yes, it's great that the Council listened to us then reduced the number of houses, but it's just too harmful to the conservation area's setting to allow ANY development there. We have to stand up for it!
Ten minutes of your time, really could make all the difference. An Inspector will read your comments and take them into account in deciding whether or not to approve the Council's plans to allow building in the setting of Cragg Wood's conservation area.Download a flyer here if you want to refer to it later, print or forward it on.
Can we help you or can you help us? We are on hand to help you get your voice heard. We'll help guide you through the consultation. Can you help us? Do you want to get involved in our campaign? We particularly need people to help deliver leaflets and put up posters. Do you have useful information to share with us? If so, we'd love to hear from you!
Rawdon Greenbelt Action Group (RGAG)'s primary purpose is to defend the special character of Rawdon village. We are providing factual information about Rawdon’s greenbelt sites which are included in the plan.
We will oppose any inappropriate development in Rawdon's precious greenbelt, including Cragg Wood Conservation Area.
We are compiling a photo-gallery of images of Rawdon's precious countryside - countryside that is at risk of development. Please send us your photos of the greenbelt fields at risk. Let's show Leeds City Council why they can't build here.
The aim of Rawdon Greenbelt Action Group is to protect and defend the special landscape character of Rawdon - whatever it takes.
We are entirely made up of volunteers. While everyone gives generously of their time, we do need to buy materials, print and professional services to ensure our campaign operates properly and effectively.