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    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Apr 15th, 2018
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    St Mary’s church Mirfield the moat mound… Taken from Balderstone Hall, Mirfield WestYorkshire Archaeologicalgeophysicalsurvey ProjectNo.ARC/2303/829 February 2018 There is a sub-circular anomaly (Anomaly E1) adjacent to one of the enclosure responses, which is approximately 16 m across. T...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Mar 27th, 2018
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    I have explained in detail to Kirklees planning that local residents who are against this application can-not book their holidays and plan for this year because they are worried they will miss the opportunity to speak on this none sustainable application. HOW MANY MORE CHANCES DO BELLWAY NEED TO GET ...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Mar 4th, 2018
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    Project Mirfield petition for adequate access designed into the Balderstone Hall Field application for access to heavy plant and equipment for maintenance and repair or renewal to retaining walls to the rear of Hepworth Close Mirfield. The current design will land-lock the walls and prevent vital acc...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Feb 25th, 2018
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    Environmental graveyard created by Bellway homes Iconic photos and video of Balderstone Hall field Mirfield The mounds represent ground absorbing water test know in the construction industry  BRE digest 365 However the crosses could represent the death of a much wanted used green field, not sure who ...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Feb 11th, 2018
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    Land at, Dunbottle Lane, Mirfield land owner Kirklees council Outline application for erection of up to 60 dwellings and associated means of access You still have time to object to the none sustainable proposed development on the grounds of drainage, road safety and chaos. Check out application on th...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Feb 11th, 2018
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    As you can see in the picture this is what a bell pit would look like. Bell pits were excavated way back in the 15th hundreds and continued to be excavated up to early 19 hundreds. Back then anyone could dig for coal many people dug coal out of the ground just to heat their […]...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Feb 10th, 2018
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    “The short version is testing the scalability of the ground” Soakaways have been the traditional way to dispose of stormwater from buildings and paved areas remote from a public sewer or watercourse. In recent years, soakaways have been used within urban, fully sewered areas to limit the ...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Feb 7th, 2018
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    Bellway’s are back on Balderstone hall field Mirfield From the photos which were taken today 7th Feb 2018, it looks like they are carrying out seasonal BRE Digest 365 testing which means water ground soak ability and how much can be absorbed and make the way for cheap solutions soakaways which ...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Feb 4th, 2018
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    If you live on any of the street names on this photo You still have time to object to the none sustainable proposed development on Balderstone hall field Land off, Woodward Court, Mirfield drainage, road safety, and access to the retaining walls to the rear of Hepworth close Email Matthew Woodward @ ...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Jan 28th, 2018
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    Since 1872, there has been a law that requires all coal mine operators to deposit working plans of the mine with the Government following the cessation of operations. Prior to this date the plans were often destroyed or kept in private ownership due to competition between the mine operators. The Coal...