Bursledon to get 150 new homes after Taylor Wimpey wins planning appeal

Daily Echo: 150 homes plan passed on appeal 150 homes plan passed on appeal

CONTROVERSIAL plans for up to 150 homes in Hampshire countryside have been given the green light on appeal.

Residents had pleaded their case before a Government planning inspector to uphold councillors’ decision to reject the proposal for land at Bursledon – but it fell on deaf ears.

Opponents have warned that the development would lead to more accidents on Hamble Lane while one councillor blamed Hampshire County Council’s withdrawal of objections on traffic grounds.

Taylor Wimpey wants to build homes on land off Hamble Lane, close to its junction with Portsmouth Road.

Members of the Eastleigh’s Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice and Hound Local Area Committee opposed the plans last May amid concerns of loss of green space, that it did not fit with the area and the effect of construction on residents.

This led to the three-day public inquiry held by Government inspector Rupert Grantham last month.

Residents and councillors told the hearing about their|concerns that such development would lead to loss of the countryside gap between Bursledon and Southampton, an increase in traffic and pollution and pressure on local schools and |doctors.

But Mr Grantham concluded that the council had failed to demonstrate a five-year supply of deliverable housing sites and its policies for the supply of housing were therefore not up to date and the appeal should succeed.

He pointed to the “substantial injection” into the local economy during construction and additional £5m from the new households, and the need for affordable housing.

Hound resident Kim Sandom said: “It’s very disappointing. It’s going to be a total nightmare. There’s going to be accidents and loss of life on Hamble Lane.”

But he added that it highlighted the vulnerability of the area to such appeals without an up-to-date approved Local Plan for development in the borough.

Bursledon councillor Jane Rich said: “Unaccountable Government inspectors should not be able to over-ride the decisions of elected councillors.”

A Taylor Wimpey spokesman said it was looking forward to delivering the development, which it said would “fulfil the recognised need for high-quality homes in the local area”.

Hampshire County Council leader Roy Perry said Taylor Wimpey had provided further information “to show how they could address the highways objections that had been made”.

Comments (16)

Please log in to enable comment sorting

11:16am Sun 4 May 14

Home Rule for England says...

So much for David Cameron's so called localism! More of England concreted over by the British government.
So much for David Cameron's so called localism! More of England concreted over by the British government. Home Rule for England
  • Score: 0

12:13pm Sun 4 May 14

wwozzer says...

We do need more housing and as a Hamble resident I recognise this and have no problem with it being in our area but Hamble lane is already beyond a joke and this will just make matters worse.

Removing the roundabout by Hamble school would be a good idea and just going back to a T junction, this in my opinion causes most of the problems, they could also take out the pedestrian crossing next to the school and install a footbridge.
We do need more housing and as a Hamble resident I recognise this and have no problem with it being in our area but Hamble lane is already beyond a joke and this will just make matters worse. Removing the roundabout by Hamble school would be a good idea and just going back to a T junction, this in my opinion causes most of the problems, they could also take out the pedestrian crossing next to the school and install a footbridge. wwozzer
  • Score: 0

1:42pm Sun 4 May 14

Stanners78 says...

Do the planners live in the area? The traffic around Bursledon (A27) and around Hamble Lane is already shocking. If they did they would realise that there are better brown field sites in the Southampton area to build on, with better transport systems to cope. A 5 minute journey in rush hour traffic can sometimes take me 1/2 hour because the road systems can't cope now. We are losing our towns and villages borders, soon we'll all merge into one big town and have no individual identity.
Do the planners live in the area? The traffic around Bursledon (A27) and around Hamble Lane is already shocking. If they did they would realise that there are better brown field sites in the Southampton area to build on, with better transport systems to cope. A 5 minute journey in rush hour traffic can sometimes take me 1/2 hour because the road systems can't cope now. We are losing our towns and villages borders, soon we'll all merge into one big town and have no individual identity. Stanners78
  • Score: 8

4:27pm Sun 4 May 14

Mary80 says...

They put 150 homes in and watch the entire road get gridlocked for hours i mean hamble lane isnt built for the amount of trraffic when you factor in tesco and that annoying mini roundabout that gets clogged at the best of times
They put 150 homes in and watch the entire road get gridlocked for hours i mean hamble lane isnt built for the amount of trraffic when you factor in tesco and that annoying mini roundabout that gets clogged at the best of times Mary80
  • Score: 3

6:54pm Sun 4 May 14

2010chappy says...

Stanners78 wrote:
Do the planners live in the area? The traffic around Bursledon (A27) and around Hamble Lane is already shocking. If they did they would realise that there are better brown field sites in the Southampton area to build on, with better transport systems to cope. A 5 minute journey in rush hour traffic can sometimes take me 1/2 hour because the road systems can't cope now. We are losing our towns and villages borders, soon we'll all merge into one big town and have no individual identity.
Although I agree with you points regarding the traffic, where are these sites you refer to?

This is exactly the problem, the council have no 'sustainable plan' because there are very few substantial sites left in the Eastleigh borough. The gravel works down the road has the nimby's up in arms as does the site at Botley and Stoneham Park.

I am afraid Eastleigh is full and it is only sites such as these that remain.

Don't like it but until the council identify sites and put a proper plan in place we are screwed.
[quote][p][bold]Stanners78[/bold] wrote: Do the planners live in the area? The traffic around Bursledon (A27) and around Hamble Lane is already shocking. If they did they would realise that there are better brown field sites in the Southampton area to build on, with better transport systems to cope. A 5 minute journey in rush hour traffic can sometimes take me 1/2 hour because the road systems can't cope now. We are losing our towns and villages borders, soon we'll all merge into one big town and have no individual identity.[/p][/quote]Although I agree with you points regarding the traffic, where are these sites you refer to? This is exactly the problem, the council have no 'sustainable plan' because there are very few substantial sites left in the Eastleigh borough. The gravel works down the road has the nimby's up in arms as does the site at Botley and Stoneham Park. I am afraid Eastleigh is full and it is only sites such as these that remain. Don't like it but until the council identify sites and put a proper plan in place we are screwed. 2010chappy
  • Score: 0

7:59pm Sun 4 May 14

apm1954 says...

well blow me, i voted for those bounders.
well blow me, i voted for those bounders. apm1954
  • Score: 0

8:32pm Sun 4 May 14

Stubs says...

Another posh council estate. Great isn't it.
Another posh council estate. Great isn't it. Stubs
  • Score: 0

8:56pm Sun 4 May 14

Charlie Bucket says...

Home Rule for England wrote:
So much for David Cameron's so called localism! More of England concreted over by the British government.
I believe it's actually Taylor Wimpey rather than the government.
[quote][p][bold]Home Rule for England[/bold] wrote: So much for David Cameron's so called localism! More of England concreted over by the British government.[/p][/quote]I believe it's actually Taylor Wimpey rather than the government. Charlie Bucket
  • Score: 4

2:26am Mon 5 May 14

Poppy22 says...

Funny how the Eastleigh Borough and Bursledon Parish Lib Dems call scruffy land alongside Hamble Lane "countryside". Yet they are happy to destroy for ever Bursledon's real countryside (ie the ancient and unspoilt oak-lined meadowland adjacent to Manor Farm Country Park and from Bursledon Windmill down to Blundell Lane and the River Hamble - ie, the conservation areas).
The Lib Dems have already pushed through approval for the Manor Farm development and the River Hamble to Dodwell Lane Bursledon countryside site development - in advance of their approval in the Draft Local Plan. They are also currently pushing through the Bursledon Windmill to Dodwell Lane meadowland site. Many Bursledon residents - even those close to these sites - don't know that these applications are going ahead at breakneck speed, for building as fast as possible!
The Lib Dems' Draft Local Plan also sneakily moves Bursledon's countryside boundary to include these ancient meadows, despite them not only being conservation areas but also forming the only remaining wildlife corridor between the A27 and M27 (perhaps the Lib Dems expect all the deer and other wild animals to cross the motorway bridge and find their way to Manor Farm Country Park?!, or will they just be shot or killed in some other way?, or forced onto the A27 or M27?).
The car boot sale site and adjacent land could still be used for much-needed affordable housing, rather than bringing in yet more commuters to live in "executive" housing, and there is enough land to still leave a "gap" between Bursledon and Southampton,
The A27 is just as bad as Hamble Lane for traffic and air pollution, plus residents near the A27 have to put up with often-unbearable traffic noise due to the M27 being very close. The noise in a large area of Bursledon will increase dramatically if houses replace meadows, trees, etc. The A27 is also often more congested than Hamble Lane - and not just in the rush hours (eg it can take 10 minutes to cross the A27 in the afternoon), yet parents will be expected to cross this dangerous road with their children in order to get to the local primary school, Tesco supermarket etc - or make dangerous turns in cars out onto the A27 as there are no traffic lights along the stretch of road between Church Lane/Blundell Lane, Dodwell Lane and the Windhover Roundabout.
Also, Hamble Lane residents are very naiive if they think that building nearly 200 houses alongside the A27 will mean that Hamble Lane itself won't be more congested. The local roads and Windhover Roundabout are all already congested and the high number of houses planned to be built alongside the A27 at Bursledon will just add to the congestion, especially as many of the new residents will work in Hamble itself, Southampton (travelling via the A3025 or the Itchen Bridge) or will want to get to the M27 but won't use the Dodwell Lane rat run because by then it will be at a total standstill! Dodwell Lane is also currently unsafe to walk or cycle along and any extra traffic on it would undoutably result in severe or fatal accidents on Dodwell Lane (or Blundell Lane).
We need more non-Lib Dem and independent councillors who will look at planning purely objectively. Unlike the Lib Dems, whose aims seem to be solely to hit building targets as quick as possible by destroying countryside, and not building on ideal affordable housing land near similar communities of neighbouring councils because they're scared the Council boundaries might be moved and their income or power might reduce!
Funny how the Eastleigh Borough and Bursledon Parish Lib Dems call scruffy land alongside Hamble Lane "countryside". Yet they are happy to destroy for ever Bursledon's real countryside (ie the ancient and unspoilt oak-lined meadowland adjacent to Manor Farm Country Park and from Bursledon Windmill down to Blundell Lane and the River Hamble - ie, the conservation areas). The Lib Dems have already pushed through approval for the Manor Farm development and the River Hamble to Dodwell Lane Bursledon countryside site development - in advance of their approval in the Draft Local Plan. They are also currently pushing through the Bursledon Windmill to Dodwell Lane meadowland site. Many Bursledon residents - even those close to these sites - don't know that these applications are going ahead at breakneck speed, for building as fast as possible! The Lib Dems' Draft Local Plan also sneakily moves Bursledon's countryside boundary to include these ancient meadows, despite them not only being conservation areas but also forming the only remaining wildlife corridor between the A27 and M27 (perhaps the Lib Dems expect all the deer and other wild animals to cross the motorway bridge and find their way to Manor Farm Country Park?!, or will they just be shot or killed in some other way?, or forced onto the A27 or M27?). The car boot sale site and adjacent land could still be used for much-needed affordable housing, rather than bringing in yet more commuters to live in "executive" housing, and there is enough land to still leave a "gap" between Bursledon and Southampton, The A27 is just as bad as Hamble Lane for traffic and air pollution, plus residents near the A27 have to put up with often-unbearable traffic noise due to the M27 being very close. The noise in a large area of Bursledon will increase dramatically if houses replace meadows, trees, etc. The A27 is also often more congested than Hamble Lane - and not just in the rush hours (eg it can take 10 minutes to cross the A27 in the afternoon), yet parents will be expected to cross this dangerous road with their children in order to get to the local primary school, Tesco supermarket etc - or make dangerous turns in cars out onto the A27 as there are no traffic lights along the stretch of road between Church Lane/Blundell Lane, Dodwell Lane and the Windhover Roundabout. Also, Hamble Lane residents are very naiive if they think that building nearly 200 houses alongside the A27 will mean that Hamble Lane itself won't be more congested. The local roads and Windhover Roundabout are all already congested and the high number of houses planned to be built alongside the A27 at Bursledon will just add to the congestion, especially as many of the new residents will work in Hamble itself, Southampton (travelling via the A3025 or the Itchen Bridge) or will want to get to the M27 but won't use the Dodwell Lane rat run because by then it will be at a total standstill! Dodwell Lane is also currently unsafe to walk or cycle along and any extra traffic on it would undoutably result in severe or fatal accidents on Dodwell Lane (or Blundell Lane). We need more non-Lib Dem and independent councillors who will look at planning purely objectively. Unlike the Lib Dems, whose aims seem to be solely to hit building targets as quick as possible by destroying countryside, and not building on ideal affordable housing land near similar communities of neighbouring councils because they're scared the Council boundaries might be moved and their income or power might reduce! Poppy22
  • Score: 0

3:03am Mon 5 May 14

Poppy22 says...

Mary80 wrote:
They put 150 homes in and watch the entire road get gridlocked for hours i mean hamble lane isnt built for the amount of trraffic when you factor in tesco and that annoying mini roundabout that gets clogged at the best of times
I understand that there have, for some time, been plans to make Hamble Lane a dual carriageway, in part at least, in order to take the traffic load more easily....
If a high number of affordable houses were built at the top of Hamble Lane (by Tesco/car boot sale site) instead of further down, access could be from the A3025 mainly (there's already access to the car boot sale site there). That would keep a lot of traffic off of Windhover Roundabout or Hamble Lane. There is also a road which goes from the A3025 to quite a way down Hamble Lane and that road could be used more (can't see why more people don't use it now!).
Having said all that (and my other long post), about time our Councils just said no to all this pandering to developers pushing for new builds everywhere. There are plenty of brownfield sites and unoccupied businesses that could be converted to homes (often in or close to City and town centres), also many run down unoccupied buildings, which should always be used before our countryside sites are destroyed (especially now that world-wide bee populations are dying and future food supplies will be threatened, so we'll need more - not less - land for food!). Just because it's easier, cheaper and quicker to build on untouched countryside doesn't mean we should be letting it happen!
And if just 7 new 3 and 4-bed homes in Bursledon (which are right between the 2 sites which are planned to have nearly 200 houses on them) took nearly a year to sell (2 years from work starting on the site), how long will hundreds of new homes remain unsold and unoccupied?(Especial
ly as new homes are vastly overpriced now - builders seem to be bumping up prices now that people can get top-up loans from the Governement! - and the new mortgage rules will result in many more people being declined mortgages).
Or is it our politicians' plan to market these hundreds of thousands of extra new build homes "off plan" not just locally, but across Europe and the rest of the world - as is already happening in London and the Poole area, where even some of the wealthier local people can't afford to live there any longer .....?!
[quote][p][bold]Mary80[/bold] wrote: They put 150 homes in and watch the entire road get gridlocked for hours i mean hamble lane isnt built for the amount of trraffic when you factor in tesco and that annoying mini roundabout that gets clogged at the best of times[/p][/quote]I understand that there have, for some time, been plans to make Hamble Lane a dual carriageway, in part at least, in order to take the traffic load more easily.... If a high number of affordable houses were built at the top of Hamble Lane (by Tesco/car boot sale site) instead of further down, access could be from the A3025 mainly (there's already access to the car boot sale site there). That would keep a lot of traffic off of Windhover Roundabout or Hamble Lane. There is also a road which goes from the A3025 to quite a way down Hamble Lane and that road could be used more (can't see why more people don't use it now!). Having said all that (and my other long post), about time our Councils just said no to all this pandering to developers pushing for new builds everywhere. There are plenty of brownfield sites and unoccupied businesses that could be converted to homes (often in or close to City and town centres), also many run down unoccupied buildings, which should always be used before our countryside sites are destroyed (especially now that world-wide bee populations are dying and future food supplies will be threatened, so we'll need more - not less - land for food!). Just because it's easier, cheaper and quicker to build on untouched countryside doesn't mean we should be letting it happen! And if just 7 new 3 and 4-bed homes in Bursledon (which are right between the 2 sites which are planned to have nearly 200 houses on them) took nearly a year to sell (2 years from work starting on the site), how long will hundreds of new homes remain unsold and unoccupied?(Especial ly as new homes are vastly overpriced now - builders seem to be bumping up prices now that people can get top-up loans from the Governement! - and the new mortgage rules will result in many more people being declined mortgages). Or is it our politicians' plan to market these hundreds of thousands of extra new build homes "off plan" not just locally, but across Europe and the rest of the world - as is already happening in London and the Poole area, where even some of the wealthier local people can't afford to live there any longer .....?! Poppy22
  • Score: 0

7:35am Mon 5 May 14

skeptik says...

Records show that between 94% to 97% of the land area in the UK has no man made covering - of roads, paths, buildings, 'concrete; etc.
Records show that between 94% to 97% of the land area in the UK has no man made covering - of roads, paths, buildings, 'concrete; etc. skeptik
  • Score: 2

9:45am Mon 5 May 14

wwozzer says...

skeptik wrote:
Records show that between 94% to 97% of the land area in the UK has no man made covering - of roads, paths, buildings, 'concrete; etc.
This is true. Unfortunately because most people live, travel and work in the other 3-6% they are convinced something they never see ie the "countryside" is in danger.

Maybe if they tried looking out of the window when flying in or out of the UK they might realise just how little of this country has been "ruined" and how the ecomentalists and their incessant whingeing have been the tail wagging the dog for far too long.
[quote][p][bold]skeptik[/bold] wrote: Records show that between 94% to 97% of the land area in the UK has no man made covering - of roads, paths, buildings, 'concrete; etc.[/p][/quote]This is true. Unfortunately because most people live, travel and work in the other 3-6% they are convinced something they never see ie the "countryside" is in danger. Maybe if they tried looking out of the window when flying in or out of the UK they might realise just how little of this country has been "ruined" and how the ecomentalists and their incessant whingeing have been the tail wagging the dog for far too long. wwozzer
  • Score: 2

1:57pm Mon 5 May 14

lowe esteem says...

wwozzer wrote:
skeptik wrote:
Records show that between 94% to 97% of the land area in the UK has no man made covering - of roads, paths, buildings, 'concrete; etc.
This is true. Unfortunately because most people live, travel and work in the other 3-6% they are convinced something they never see ie the "countryside" is in danger.

Maybe if they tried looking out of the window when flying in or out of the UK they might realise just how little of this country has been "ruined" and how the ecomentalists and their incessant whingeing have been the tail wagging the dog for far too long.
Yes, get in your aeroplanes and cars and discover the "countryside"!
Your skewed logic is spoiling things, not 'most people' or the 'ecomentalists.'
Your perceived wisdom ie quoting other people needs serious review and a lot more thought.
IF, we are to continue to 'develop' this area, then we need to seriously address the infrastructure first, and not keep putting the cart before the horse -I am presuming you like these quaintly outdated phrases.
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skeptik[/bold] wrote: Records show that between 94% to 97% of the land area in the UK has no man made covering - of roads, paths, buildings, 'concrete; etc.[/p][/quote]This is true. Unfortunately because most people live, travel and work in the other 3-6% they are convinced something they never see ie the "countryside" is in danger. Maybe if they tried looking out of the window when flying in or out of the UK they might realise just how little of this country has been "ruined" and how the ecomentalists and their incessant whingeing have been the tail wagging the dog for far too long.[/p][/quote]Yes, get in your aeroplanes and cars and discover the "countryside"! Your skewed logic is spoiling things, not 'most people' or the 'ecomentalists.' Your perceived wisdom ie quoting other people needs serious review and a lot more thought. IF, we are to continue to 'develop' this area, then we need to seriously address the infrastructure first, and not keep putting the cart before the horse -I am presuming you like these quaintly outdated phrases. lowe esteem
  • Score: 0

4:39pm Mon 5 May 14

wwozzer says...

lowe esteem wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
skeptik wrote:
Records show that between 94% to 97% of the land area in the UK has no man made covering - of roads, paths, buildings, 'concrete; etc.
This is true. Unfortunately because most people live, travel and work in the other 3-6% they are convinced something they never see ie the "countryside" is in danger.

Maybe if they tried looking out of the window when flying in or out of the UK they might realise just how little of this country has been "ruined" and how the ecomentalists and their incessant whingeing have been the tail wagging the dog for far too long.
Yes, get in your aeroplanes and cars and discover the "countryside"!
Your skewed logic is spoiling things, not 'most people' or the 'ecomentalists.'
Your perceived wisdom ie quoting other people needs serious review and a lot more thought.
IF, we are to continue to 'develop' this area, then we need to seriously address the infrastructure first, and not keep putting the cart before the horse -I am presuming you like these quaintly outdated phrases.
Then by your scewed logic you've just made yourself look a "serious" bellend by quoting me...haven't you.

Valuable point about infrastructure, I do hope the planners are reading this. Nice one.
[quote][p][bold]lowe esteem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skeptik[/bold] wrote: Records show that between 94% to 97% of the land area in the UK has no man made covering - of roads, paths, buildings, 'concrete; etc.[/p][/quote]This is true. Unfortunately because most people live, travel and work in the other 3-6% they are convinced something they never see ie the "countryside" is in danger. Maybe if they tried looking out of the window when flying in or out of the UK they might realise just how little of this country has been "ruined" and how the ecomentalists and their incessant whingeing have been the tail wagging the dog for far too long.[/p][/quote]Yes, get in your aeroplanes and cars and discover the "countryside"! Your skewed logic is spoiling things, not 'most people' or the 'ecomentalists.' Your perceived wisdom ie quoting other people needs serious review and a lot more thought. IF, we are to continue to 'develop' this area, then we need to seriously address the infrastructure first, and not keep putting the cart before the horse -I am presuming you like these quaintly outdated phrases.[/p][/quote]Then by your scewed logic you've just made yourself look a "serious" bellend by quoting me...haven't you. Valuable point about infrastructure, I do hope the planners are reading this. Nice one. wwozzer
  • Score: 0

5:42pm Mon 5 May 14

mollie says...

Put simply my friends MONEY will always speak louder than any 'words' especially if they are objections to the ill thought out planning disasters of the big corporate builders ! yes we need more housing but not on the scale that these greedy corporate and council bodies are pushing ahead with without looking at all the alternatives that YES are available and they know full well where and how it can be done, but it is unfortunately not quite so lucrative as the current programme, which is badly thought out and does not allow for the huge problem of infrastructure and local health issues , The area concerned is already 1% higher for air pollution, Childhood asthma is on the increase, and with a school so close this is nothing short of a disaster! , worse still it will not stop here!.
Put simply my friends MONEY will always speak louder than any 'words' especially if they are objections to the ill thought out planning disasters of the big corporate builders ! yes we need more housing but not on the scale that these greedy corporate and council bodies are pushing ahead with without looking at all the alternatives that YES are available and they know full well where and how it can be done, but it is unfortunately not quite so lucrative as the current programme, which is badly thought out and does not allow for the huge problem of infrastructure and local health issues , The area concerned is already 1% higher for air pollution, Childhood asthma is on the increase, and with a school so close this is nothing short of a disaster! , worse still it will not stop here!. mollie
  • Score: 0

6:20pm Mon 12 May 14

Dan Soton says...

,,

Mollie says.. big corporate builders !

Stanners78 says... soon we'll all merge into one big town and have no individual identity.

Home Rule says.. more of England concreted over

etc, etc, etc, etc...


Unbelievable.. so many many voices from Bursledon flying in the face of their heritage and denigrating builders..

Who do you think pays every time a Government calls for more affordable houses.. ?

FYI: Founded in 1897 the Bursledon Brickworks produced the famous Fareham red brick, now as an Industrial Museum it is the last surviving example of a Victorian steam powered brickworks in the country.

When the Bursledon Brickworks closed (1970s) homebuyers were paying less then £5,000 for a New Home.. incidentally Wimpey's were notorious for paying low wages.

Mollie... the majority of us would be tenants living in cramped bedsits if it wasn't for big corporate builders paying low wages..



,,




,,,
,, Mollie says.. big corporate builders ! Stanners78 says... soon we'll all merge into one big town and have no individual identity. Home Rule says.. more of England concreted over etc, etc, etc, etc... Unbelievable.. so many many voices from Bursledon flying in the face of their heritage and denigrating builders.. Who do you think pays every time a Government calls for more affordable houses.. ? FYI: Founded in 1897 the Bursledon Brickworks produced the famous Fareham red brick, now as an Industrial Museum it is the last surviving example of a Victorian steam powered brickworks in the country. When the Bursledon Brickworks closed (1970s) homebuyers were paying less then £5,000 for a New Home.. incidentally Wimpey's were notorious for paying low wages. Mollie... the majority of us would be tenants living in cramped bedsits if it wasn't for big corporate builders paying low wages.. ,, ,,, Dan Soton
  • Score: 0

Comments are closed on this article.

click2find

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree