Dear Sirs,I come from a Valley in Tuscany (Italy) which has already been completely ruined for ever by buildings and "fast trains railways". I know very well what it means building in a green area, destroy it. You must consider that there will be any chance to have it back not even similar to what is what before. Is it this what you want to leave to the future generations ? Is it really this ? Cement in a green area ? I hope not. Also considering for what it's worth. Everybody passes away, though this cement will remain for ever. And also for ever all the damages will remain. No way you can cure nature once is ruined. Please think about these things, before sending bulldozers.That will be a point of not return.Not considering that you'll make all the inhabitants extremely sad.
It will be a very sad day if, land which was bought by Hillingdon Council in order to save it as green belt for the local community, is then built on by Hillingdon Council. A council which spends money promoting 'Change4Life' to make us healthier but only if we exercise indoors. Lake Farm/Botwell Common are our only green space in this part of the borough and, therefore, very precious to all of use that use it. Shame on you if you destroy it.