Category Archives: Show your support

Protest Walk

A protest walk is being organised against both Ashfield Land and Roxhill’s development proposals.  Full details to follow.

Parachute Jump …..

Tony our managing director is try to raise funds for Stop Rail Central. He is aiming to raise as much money as possible to support the campaign to Stop Rail Central, He will be jumping out of a plane 25th June 2016 @ 12.30.

This huge development will destroy the countryside in Northampton between the villages of Blisworth & Milton Malsor.

See our story at our crowd funding page or view our website with more information

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Rail Central Presentation: Towcester Town Hall – 18/05/2016

We are now in the “pre-application” community consultation phase of the planning process where the Developer presents their proposal to the public and we get the opportunity to air our views. There will be presentations at the venues detailed and we strongly encourage everyone to attend at least one of them. SRC will be present to answer any questions and to give guidance on what actions individuals can take.

Opposition to Rail Central gains momentum

Is it just me or does it seem like Rail Central are running a little low on support? This week Northamptonshire University issued a press release from their logistics students stating that the Rail Central scheme was premature and not ideally located1. Rail Central has reacted angrily to these conclusions stating “We don’t recognise this study”; “The data is flawed”; “The methodology has not been replicated”. These outbursts are puzzling if you consider that Rail Central have not even seen the data, or enquired about the methodology and, when invited to engage with the students, have declined the opportunity.
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Anglia News article

Anglia News have recently broadcast about the damage and upset that would be caused if the rail terminal gets the go-ahead.

Mr Parsons, featured in the news article said

“If the developers get their way, within the end of our boundary, within 20 foot of it, there’s going to be warehouses – right the way all the way round, as far as you can possibly see. We got estate agents to come along and tell us just what out property value would be – they said it would be unsaleable with this development that’s going to happen. We would lose everything or we could just stay here and put earplugs in and close your eyes for the rest of your life.”

(Credit: ITV Anglia)

Click here to see the Anglia News item