Deadline is today for comments on chicken farm planned for Cropwell Bishop – PETA launch petition against plans

Plans for a poultry farm on land East of Fosse Way in Cropwell Bishop have a deadline of today (July 10) for public comments to be made in the application. 

Thu 08 Jun 2017
Address Land East Of Fosse Way Cropwell Bishop Nottinghamshire NG12 3BA
Proposal Erection of 4 No. poultry buildings, highway access and associated infrastructure.

 

The plans submitted by High Slade Properties of Cropwell Bishop list plans for four poultry buildings, water tanks, gas tanks, dead bird sheds and biomass boiler buildings as well as various utilities sheds and storage buildings.

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It is understood that the facility could process 1.76 million birds per year.

The application has 215 public comments objecting to the proposals – and 29 in support.

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The project would create 3 jobs.

Comments against the plans cite, animal cruelty, transport infrastructure issues, smells and landscape as main concerns.

The application can be viewed in full here 

Meanwhile PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) have launched this petition against the Nottinghamshire chicken farm plans.

PETA say,

‘Proposals for an intensive chicken farm in Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire, will, if approved, result in the slaughter of 1.76 million birds every year – an average of more than 33,000 a week. Previous PETA investigations have shown that factory farms are a living hell for chickens, and this one will be no different.’

 

 

 

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