I entirely support John Dodson s and Peter and Pat Hillman s letters in last week s Ely Standard re: Roswell Lakes. Despite local people and organisations not wanting this commercial development of a unique wildlife haven, the destruction of land and tree
I entirely support John Dodson's and Peter and Pat Hillman's letters in last week's Ely Standard re: Roswell Lakes.
Despite local people and organisations not wanting this commercial development of a unique wildlife haven, the destruction of land and trees began during the nesting season and has already done great damage with the prospect of all the filth of a commercial marina to follow. This is the marine equivalent to building a combined garage, filling station, and mobile home park in the middle of a nature reserve.
It's high time that East Cambs District Council became accountable for its easy acquiescence. I find it appalling that my Council Tax is paying them to do so.
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