Public meeting to help save Mill Hill's greenbelt

5:30pm Friday 4th April 2014

By Anna Slater

Campaigners determined to save a patch of green belt land from becoming a giant tomb will hold a public meeting.

Mill Hill residents who are against proposals to build the multi-faith mausoleum next to the Westminster Cemetery, in Milespit Hill, have vowed not to give up their fight.

Neighbours say the land is a haven for wildlife and includes badgers, hedgehogs, slow worms and deer.

Earlier this week, Claire Fox Baron, of Woodcote Avenue, said: “It’s going to be catastrophic for the animals and wreak havoc on their surroundings.

“It’s a beautiful area but they are ruining it with this ridiculous plans.”

The land is owned by Monument Properties Investment, who told the Times Series they will not ignore the neighbours objections.

They will residents will meet tomorrow (Saturday, April 5) at 11am at Quench Cafe.

For more information, visit the group's Facebook page.


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