09/04/19 Littleton Lane 2020 restoration – Spelthorne Council consider legal options
 
 

The Joint Residents Association Committee met with Spelthorne Borough Council on Monday 18th February to discuss the ongoing saga of the closure and restoration of Bretts Littleton Lane site by 21st Feb 2020.

Although there are some positive signs that the mineral extraction part of the site will be cleared and restored by Feb 2020, there are still complex legal issues hanging over the future of the industrial estate

An application to establish the future use of the industrial estate was made by Bret Aggregates in July 2018, however the information submitted was inadequate in parts and they have spent the last 7 months trying to clarify.

Spelthorne Planning now appear to have decided what can and cannot be allowed to continue on the site and we will meet with them on April 9th 2019 to discuss the way forward.


The JRAC would like to reiterate that permission to continue any activity at Littleton Lane will only be due to past negligence and legal mishap. We request that the land owner, Brett Aggregates consider the health and happiness of residents and “Do the Right Thing” – that is to cease all operations and restore the site in its entirety. We urge our Council planners and our Councillors to support is in this request.

 
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