Church Langley residents angry at plans for Premier Inn
News / Mon 12th Feb 2018 am28 10:59am
DOZENS of Church Langley residents have lodged their objections to plans for a Premier Inn hotel.
If approved, residents would see the erection of three storey hotel adjacent to the site of the Potters Arms public house and close to Church Langley Primary.
By Monday morning, there had been 79 objections to the planning application.
They can be found below.
People have objected for a variety of reasons including:
It is next to a school.
Adding to village life?
Questioning commercial benefit to Church Langley
Church Langley councillor, Simon Carter said: “I am broadly supportive of the application. It appears the applicants have listened to previous concerns. The area will need a hotel as Kao Park grows but I also appreciate resident’s concerns”.
A date has yet to be set for the application to be heard.
YH will be following this application closely and will be speaking to resdents later in the week.
Village,what village are we talking about here then?
What with the school boy standing for a council seat, and now, a Premier Inn too, the place is going to the dogs.
To hell with the Premier Inn concept. Get the roads sorted out first.