A NEW entrance for caravans just after a bend in the road in Aston Cantlow is likely to be given the go ahead on Wednesday, despite objections from residents.
A petition has been signed by 71 people against the new access on Bearley Road - which has a 60mph speed limit - because residents are worried about road safety.
They think motorists will be unable to see caravans pulling in and out of the field at Meadow Furlong.
However, planning officers are recommending the entrance is given the green light because it will remove traffic from the other side of the field, on Chapel Lane.
Robert Mason, who lives next door to the field, thinks it would be dangerous.
He pointed out that the Highways department of Warwickshire County Council does not support the application because they do not think visibility is good enough.
The owner of the field lets organisations use it for caravan rallies for around 28 days a year. Normally these rallies attract between 15 and 40 caravans, but Easter meetings attract about 60. For the rest of the year the field is used for keeping hay and grazing sheep.
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