Have You Made Your Objection- Be Quick!

Many of you will be aware that there has been a number of attempts to build a House of Multiple Occupancy on Millbank Street in Ashmore Park.

There is a very strong objection to this happening in the local neighbourhood. There is concern that such a development would very much alter the family oriented  neighbourhood. 

It would increase car traffic bringing additional hazards for road safety , add to problems for the Police, and create issues relating to noise and other environmental problems with drains and drainage. 

The Planning Inspectorate in Bristol will be will be running an appeal by Mr K Plant at 52 Millbank Street against the decision of the Wolverhampton City Council to refuse planning permissions for the erection of two semi detached dwellings at 52 Millbank Street Ashmore Park Wednesfield.

Readers will remember that there have been applications to provide a house of Multiple Accommodation on this site.The Appeal will be determined by this Governments – Secretary of State  or by an Inspector appointed by him.

Local residents have until JUST the 3rd of October to make your representations known to the Inspector. The Planning Inspector has introduced an online appeal service which you can use to comment on this appeal. https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk


Please us the appeal on line process – if you wish to object to the development. You will have to quote this reference number  APP/D4635/W/18/3207000


Please be aware- All your objections must be planning based. 

Your comments may include your name and address and email address or phone number. Please ensure that you only provide information that , including personal information belonging to you, that you are happy will be made available too others. Please request the Inspectorate to inform you of their decision.

The time is very tight if you want to take part in this process and object to this unwanted development. DO IT TODAY -DON’T DELAY.


Phil Bateman

Phil Bateman is Married to Mary and lives in Wednesfield North. He was a long serving local politician having served previously on the now defunct West Midlands County Council... read more