Support our Application

If you are a local resident and user of the Three Fields site, then please complete our Survey questions.

For the purposes of the LGS Designation the “local community” for a site of the size of the Three Fields is defined as being within 2Km of the site (1.25 miles). i.e. this includes all supporters who live in Norton, Oldswinford, Wollaston, Stourbridge Town to the West of the Ring Road (known as the “Old Quarter”), or Westwards towards Stourton.

If you are not a user of the Three Fields site, or live outside the “local community” as defined above you can still support our application for a Local Green Space Designation for the Three Fields by emailing us with a Letter of Support.

Please see the Three Fields Campaign page for information including a link on what is a ‘Local Green Space’ designation, photographs of the site, maps and location details, and a Historical Report which may help you in composing your letter of support.


Please state in your email that you are writing in support of our Application for the Three Fields, Dunsley Road, to be given a “Local Green Space” Designation.

Local Green Space Designation would give the Three Fields protection against future development other than in ‘exceptional circumstances’.

You may believe that the Three Fields is special to the local community for a variety of reasons. Those important to a LGS Designation are:

. That it has important Historical Significance

. That it is of Recreational Value to the local community.

. That it is a site of Beauty and/or Tranquillity.

. That it provides a Habitat to Wildlife.

Please send all messages of support to the email address below, and remember to include your name and postal address. We will not share your details with anyone other than the intended recipient, in this case the Senior Planning Officer at Dudley Planning. Please read our Privacy Policy.

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About Us:

Save Stourbridge Green Belt is an independent website run by a group of Stourbridge residents.

Our aims are:

  • to raise public awareness of threats to Stourbridge’s Green Belt.
  • to inform local residents by providing links to publicly available material.
  • to encourage participation in public consultations, relevant petitions and in contacting those in public office, thereby supporting the democratic process.