Tree & Wildlife Protectors launch the Southend Council CHAINSAWMASSACRE.UK website!

Hello Everyone,

We are excited to announce the launch of the Southend Council CHAINSAWMASSACRE.UK website. Please click on this link to explore:

CHAINSAWMASSACRE.UK is an accessible platform that provides all the information you need to know about Taylor Wimpey’s plans to wilfully destroy 65 mature trees, a cherished embankment, and precious wildlife habitat, all with the approval of Southend City Council.

On the website, you’ll find a straightforward visual report highlighting Taylor Wimpey’s destructive impact and information about which Councillors voted for this dreadful scheme.

Moving forward, CHAINSAWMASSACRE.UK will keep you updated with the latest news, such as the demo last Saturday at Campfield Green:

It will also serve as a comprehensive annotated archive of all past communications and media related to Taylor Wimpey’s development and their behaviour.

By signing up for our newsletter, you’ll receive regular updates on the situation and discover how you can play a crucial role in addressing these critical issues and working towards preserving our urban green spaces for future generations.

To begin, we urge you to write to your local Councillors, MP Sir James Duddridge, and Taylor Wimpey London representatives Samuel Caslin (Planning Manager) and Rob Piggott (Land Manager). Share your concerns and thoughts with them, and please, when you sign up, send us a message and post your thoughts, communications, and their responses in the comment sections of news posts and on social media – your voice matters!

Your Local Councillors:
MP Sir James Duddridge:
Samuel Caslin:
Rob Piggott:

Best wishes for now,

Tim and the Tree & Wildlife Protectors