Thurrock Council indifference to residents getting grief from developers

You have to wonder what informs the relationship between Thurrock Council and developers operating in the area. This is because developers all too often seem to be able to flout the conditions imposed upon them when they get the planning permission to go ahead with a project. This is the latest example that has come to our attention: Campaigner’s anger at council wall of silence over building work blight on neighbourhood.

To facilitate a development of new houses on the site of former allotments in Belmont Road, Grays, residents in neighbouring Parker Road have seen much of the pocket park at the top end of their road taken over by the builders to use as a storage/operational compound. To add insult to injury, access to the building site is via a lane running between two houses.

There have been numerous breaches by the builders of the conditions laid down in…

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