19th December 2019
The responses to the Parish Council Survey on the Planning Application were opened in public this evening. Of 299 forms issued, 220 were returned - a 73.58% response. Of these, three replies were deemed 'spoiled' and of the rest the result is as follows:
Support the Application 103 46.82%
Oppose the Application 114 51.82%
Spoiled papers 3 1.36%
The Parish Council will now move towards formulating our response to the Planning Officer which will be confirmed at the Extra-ordinary Meeting of the PC called for 6th January 2020. Official notification will be on the Parish Council Noticeboard.
South Glos Council has confirmed that the final date for receipt of comments on the Estate Planning Application has been extended to 10th January 2020. Anyone wishing to submit comments should ensure they do so online by the end of that day, or, if in writing, to arrive with the Planning Officer by that date.
18th December 2019
Official Planning Notice received from South Glos Council for Hollybush Farm is now shown under 'documents' page (Consultations section)
Parish Council Survey in respect of Planning Application by Badminton Estate
The promised survey by the PC has been issued to all residents. Please complete the reply form and have it ready for collection by one of the Parish Councillors. If the form has not been collected by Tuesday 17th December, it may be left at the Village Stores up to 6pm on Wednesday 18th December.
The replies will be opened and counted at the village church at 6pm on Thursday 19th December. (Agenda on "Documents" Page)
Parish Council Meeting - Monday 6th January 2020
An Extra-ordinary Meeting of the Parish Council has been called to discuss the Planning Application submitted by Badminton Estate.
BURGLARY IN THE VILLAGE
There has been a break-in to a property in the village. All residents are asked to by alert and report to the police any suspicious vehicles or persons.
A renewed request has been made for a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme to be established in the village. This was attempted a few years ago but, despite a lot of initial enthusiasm, the efforts came to nothing.
If you have a little spare time and would like to help co-ordinate a Neighbourhood Watch then please contact any member of the Parish Council or the Parish Clerk. We need someone to help co-ordinate the contact lists which can be used to alert others in the village in case of problems and help to liaise with the police.