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Corky Yorky
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10/08/2018 : 12:56:21      reply with quote


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A letter has just popped through our door!

So it is my understanding, from the letter, that this application didnít submit an environmental impact assessment as part of its application!

Bradford Have trully ballsed up big time, and let the residents of Silsden down.

You know very well that this is just protocol and that no matter what you say now will not stop that application getting approval.

Bradford Planning Dept are not fit for purpose.

...or can we stop it?

What are your thoughts?


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ginjo
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10/08/2018 : 15:22:03      reply with quote


so basically the education department has pointed out that there are not enough primary school places in the area to accommodate the amount of children likely at this development, who knew!!! secondary education would not be an issue but on the local schools mentioned, south craven is not one of them.
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10/08/2018 : 16:10:06      reply with quote


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Interesting

The document from the planning application
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Interesting

The document from the planning application
news.silsden.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/18_03304_MAR-CONSULTEE__CLAIRE_MARSHALL-SWALES_EDUCATION_SCH_ORGANISATION-5231589-_1_.pdf


Do you think that they will put forward an argument to expand Silsdenís new school straight away?

Iím pretty sure that many of us put forward our argument to Bradford about the school places issue..many times over!

Regarding the secondary school Oakbank..surely this is a two bus journey..so is not easily accessible?
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10/08/2018 : 17:39:35      reply with quote


I managed two buses to school 60 years ago. Similar trip, country to town then up a hill to school on edge of town. No school run in those days.
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Corky Yorky
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10/08/2018 : 18:28:45      reply with quote


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I managed two buses to school 60 years ago. Similar trip, country to town then up a hill to school on edge of town. No school run in those days.
I know Old Miner...but bus services arenít what they used to be...and arenít as cheap either!
I was going to be charged £4.70 oneway from Silsden to Addingham (stop near Roundabout, close to bypass) other Sunday. Thats around £15.00 one way for two adults and two young ones!

In shock..we decided not to pay, so got off bus and took the car instead!
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10/08/2018 : 20:22:01      reply with quote


Given that the South Craven students are transported to and from school, might the same not happen to transport them to the schools mentioned in the document?

Out of interest, I was one of the first cohort to attend Oakbank school when it opened at Easter 1964. It was also two buses from Crosshills, for which we were given passes to travel on scheduled service buses. Didn't seem too big a deal at the time.

Oakbank Grammar (as it was initially named), replaced the Boys Grammar School (recently demolished and currently the green space in the middle of Keighley), which was badly damaged by fire in 1962. In some of the worse affected areas of the school, life went on with blackened walls and buckled floors.
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11/08/2018 : 22:02:54      reply with quote


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I managed two buses to school 60 years ago. Similar trip, country to town then up a hill to school on edge of town. No school run in those days.
I was going to be charged £4.70 oneway from Silsden to Addingham (stop near Roundabout, close to bypass) other Sunday.
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Peter
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11/08/2018 : 23:52:53      reply with quote


Isn't this getting a bit far off topic?
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12/08/2018 : 01:24:38      reply with quote


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Isn't this getting a bit far off topic?

Well if Silsden kids end up at Oakbank we council tax payers will be paying for free school transport
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