Lord Derby’s controversial plan to build 400 homes at Hatchfield Luke Kuechly Womens Jersey Farm near the centre of Newmarket received a new lease of life on Tuesday when the high court quashed a decision by Sajid Javid, the minister with responsibility for planning issues, to reject the scheme in September 2016. The proposal to develop Hatchfield Farm has been fiercely opposed by many of Newmarket’s most prominent trainers, owners and racing organisations since an initial scheme for 1,200 homes was put forward in 2009. The Jockey Club – which recently unveiled a proposal to sell Kempton Park racecourse for housing – has been highly critical of the proposal via Jockey Club Estates, which owns thousands of acres of land in the area. Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin operation, the Tattersalls sales organisation, the Darley Stud and trainers including Sir Michael Stoute, Luca Cumani and William Haggas have also voiced http://www.footballpanthershop.com/Mario_Addison_Jersey_Cheap Council leader wants Jockey Club to consider Newmarket housing needs Read more Opponents of the plan say Newmarket could struggle to maintain its position as one of the world’s great racing and training centres if development is allowed on the Hatchfield site. The land at the centre of the dispute is in Fordham Road which runs north from the top of Newmarket High Street, and the campaigners believe significant increases in traffic, particularly in the morning, will http://www.footballpanthershop.com/Michael_Oher_Jersey_Cheap add to existing congestion problems and increase the risks faced by 3,000 horses and riders who cross Newmarket’s roads every day

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