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Residents angry over invite gaffe





Residents gathered in the field where the relief road could be built to demonstrate their anger at the lack of public consultation over the project. Photo: Mark Williamson
Residents gathered in the field where the relief road could be built to demonstrate their anger at the lack of public consultation over the project. Photo: Mark Williamson

RESIDENTS of Luddington Road in Stratford are accusing CALA Homes of using underhand tactics in an attempt to exclude them from a public consultation event into the controversial South Western Relief Road.

The anger comes after thousands of households across Stratford received invites to the main consultation event on the proposed road at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on 8th and 10th February.

However, residents of Luddington Road and Stannells Close, who will ultimately be most affected by the proposal, did not.

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