WHILE making representation to Warrington’s Local Plan, I find it difficult to understand why they would want to know my age, gender, (including any sex change), relationship status, ethnic origin, heterosexual or otherwise, religion, or if my daily activities are limited because of a health problem.

It seems it is a legal duty to ask these questions.

All I want to convey to them is my objection to proposed developments on green belt, which, by definition, should be left undeveloped.

Should not the protection of attractive landscapes so important to our environment, wellbeing and heritage also be a legal requirement?