Gedling MP Vernon Coaker is calling for a council to reveal their plans for an ‘abandoned’ site ravaged by fire two years’ ago in Arnold.
He said: “It is two years today since the fire at the Rolleston Drive site in Arnold and yet there are still no firm plans in place for the land. The site has been totally abandoned by the Conservatives.
“Despite making ongoing enquiries with Nottinghamshire County Council they still have no real plans for the site.
Mr Coaker said that despite requests for information and calls for action, the site remains “an eyesore” and “abandoned by Nottinghamshire County Council.”
Mr Coaker said he had been left frustrated over the lack of plans for the land.
He said: “I have asked the questions, I have attended meetings, I have requested information, unfortunately I am not getting a response which is anywhere near satisfactory from Nottinghamshire County Council.
“It is now two years since the fire and they still do not have a plan in place for that site.
“I believe the community deserve some answers, it is not acceptable that local Conservatives have abandoned areas of land in Gedling when others are working so hard to make Gedling a great place to live, work and learn.
“The communities of Gedling deserve better than this and that is why I am asking for an urgent meeting with those responsible at Nottinghamshire County Council and I expect to see real plans for this site.
“Enough is enough”
Gedling Eye has contacted Nottinghamshire County Council for comment.