By Audlem Webteam - 9th December 2005 7:45am
It will be interesting to see if Mr Muller is able to turn up today for the Borough Council's Development Control Committee site visit to his proposed development at Canalside Yard (Moseley's Yard) at approximately 2.30 pm. He refused to attend a public meeting which 120 concerned residents came to so that they could hear more about his proposals.
The site visit today is an opportunity to show the developer and the Borough Council that residents of Audlem are determined to obtain the best possible development for this important site in the centre of the village — so do come along if you can. What is built on this site will have a massive impact on the appearance of the village for generations.
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