Cheetah Marine: Removed From DCC Meeting

For anyone planning to head up to Newport for the Development Control Committee meeting on Tuesday, it will be a wasted visit if you hope to hear the Cheetah Marine application being considered.

Dennis Russell from the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) received a telephone …

For anyone planning to head up to Newport for the Development Control Committee meeting on Tuesday, it will be a wasted visit if you hope to hear the Cheetah Marine application being considered.

Cheetah Marine Plan To Build on Car Park

Dennis Russell from the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) received a telephone call from the Planning Case Officer on Friday, informing him that consideration of the application is off the agenda for Tuesdays meeting.

The reason why is unclear and it doesn’t necessarily mean that the application has been withdrawn. As Dennis states on the forum … “We shall have to figure out what it means when we find out more information.”

UPDATE: According to Town Councillor Rob Mew,

the council has with drawn this application from tuesday list for legal reasons i think scared of all the objectors

Sunday, 18th February, 2007 8:21pm

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  1. shy talk's comment not rated yet. Add your vote Vote +1 Vote -1

    18.Feb.2007 9:50pm

    The time has arrived for me to get involved and add my opinion to this debate. I shall give you all a brief insite to my background first.
    I am a true `chaulkhead`, Ventnor born and bread, `strong in the arm and thick in the head` as the old saying goes!
    From what i know of the company, Cheetah Marine is a well paying local company, employing over twenty local people, throughout the year every year.
    This brings me onto The `Haven` as small as it is has to be a financial `white elephant` for the council, Cheetah has taken this on as far as the day to day running is concerned. What better place for them to be than right next to it?

    I am also a parent to a 9 year old `nipper` who like me has spent many a happy summer in the IOW paddling pool, but when i was young we never had to cross a road to use the toilet! who thought that was a good idea?! The Cheetah development will at least get the road moved to the south side of the paddling pool!
    I have many other opnions on this devepment please forward your comments.

    Thanks
    s

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