Rail Central (Strategic Rail Freight Interchange)

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Rail Central (Strategic Rail Freight Interchange)

Received 21 December 2018
From Robert Charles Mackintosh

Representation

I strongly object because not only will we be losing our very precious countryside and all the walks and wild life. Roads will be congested beyond belief . At the moment when the M1 has problems around these villages it is gridlocked. I moved to this wonderful village so that I could enjoy fresh air and all the walks with my grand children showing them the way the country side works with the crops growing and the wild life the changing of the seasons and what happens in the country side. Concrete warehouses will bring nothing but flooding, air pollution, light 24/7. If you look round this country you will see empty warehouses ever where, why do we need more it does not make sense. I would ask the people who make these decisions to think, if it was where they lived would they like concrets our lovely green countryside. If they want, and say we need warehouses, then build them where they live.