September 1st, 2012 |
“The need for secondary school places in the area is great”
As we wrote yesterday , the application for housing off London Road, Rayleigh for a new care home and 43 houses has been refused.
At the meeting we learned something a little bit worrying:
As part of the consultation process, the County Council sent in the following response:
“Would like to make it very clear that the need for secondary school places in the area is great and, with the above, will only grow. All future applications will be requested to make a contribution to the secondary school need in the area.”
If 43 homes causes such concern, how is the County Council going to manage with the 770 planned in West Rayleigh / Rawreth?