How to Object
Please help us fight the Gladman planning proposal.
How can we object to the new application?
It’s important to note we are very short of time.
Writing your own unique letter is the best option. However, if you don’t have time to do this, please fill in, tick appropriate boxes and sign our alternative “quick” standard letter. Download: ‘Tick Box’ Letter
Instructions for writing your own unique objection letter
If you choose to write your own unique letter rather than fill in the ‘Tick Box’ form, these instructions might be helpful:
a) Use our Example Letter to prepare your letter of objection. We have already inserted the correct title and application number to help you, you just need to insert the details of the person objecting.
b) Every adult in your household is entitled to their opinion and can submit their own objection letter, this is an important point as one household could result in four objections!
c) For each letter select some of our Suggested Objections and feel free to add some of your own.
d) Write the objections in your own words. This is very important as each individual letter is counted as one objection, so all the letters from your household should be worded uniquely with objections listed in different orders. The wording provided is just an example and you should use your own words if you can.
How do we send our letters to Chelmsford District Council?
Please post or email your letter directly to:
David Green, Director for Sustainable Communities, P.O Box 7544, Civic Centre, Duke Street, Chelmsford, CM1 1XP
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please cc the local Parish Council:
Danbury Parish Council, The Old School House, Main Road, Danbury, CM3 4NQ
Parish email address: email@example.com
The best and quickest option is to submit a comment on the Chelmsford District Council website [click here]
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