WHO WE ARE 

 WE ARE THE VOICE OF 

 LOCAL RESIDENTS WHO 

 OBJECT AGAINST THE PLANS 

 TO BUILD ON KEDLESTON ESTATE 

THE PROJECT

The Kedleson Voice is a strong opposition group who condemn the housing proposals on the Kedleston Estate.

 

The mission is simple: to stop the erosion of the Kedleston Estate and its green bio diverse parkland, and to stop pressure being exerted to our already heavy populated amenities.

 

We are a team of local residents from various specialist industries who have teamed together as a driving force to fight and object against potential homes being built on the parkland of Kedleston Estate. 

 

The group was initially formed by Chairman Dave Anderson and was registered as Residents Against Development. However the support from local and industry professionals developed so quick that the group decided to rebrand under The Kedleston Voice. 

 

The group committee has been formulated consisting of individuals with great expertise to help fight the corner of local residents to reject planning permission being granted on the heritage site of Kedleston Estate and Parkland. 

 

We wish to engage with the community and have a duty to keep residents updated and involved with any developments of the entire planning process. 

 

Together we will fight this controversy

 

If you live in Allestree, Quarndon, Markeaton, Kedleston, Darley Abbey, Duffield, Weston Underwood, Mercaston, Turnditch and Hulland Ward then this development WILL affect you!!

 

 

To register your interest please contact us

 

 

THE HARD TRUTH

98%

LOCAL SCHOOLS AT FULL CAPACITY

95%

PARKING CAPACITY AT PARK FARM

45%

OF RESIDENTS IN SURROUNDING AREAS UNAWARE OF DEVELOPMENT

Proposed damage caused to irreplaceable heritage land.

 

Portway, Woodlands, Lawn, Ecclesbourne, Curzon schools all at full capacity. 

 

Gridlock traffic during peak hours down Kedleston Road into the city and bottlenecked at Five Lamps.  

 

Lack of parking spaces at Park Farm and Blenheim parade shopping areas. 

 

Wildlife living in their local habitat including white clawed crayfish, bats, barn owls, newts, kingfishers hedgehogs and many more.