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Latest issue of Neighbourhood Watch newsletter.
Mon, 20 Mar 2017 17:04 by Karen Turrell
Please continue to contact Gladman Land and NWLDC Planning regarding the proposals. Don't forget to copy the Clerk, Karen Turrell in on your correspondence for the Parish Council records. (We will not share your information with third parties.)
REMEMBER - Your objections must be formed on a legal basis as to why the development should not be passed. If you require any help please contact the Clerk. More »
The developer is running a public consultation and to ensure everyone gets their views across we would encourage you to take part in this by sending your thoughts to them. Attached is a leaflet with the details of the proposals, consultation and contact details of where to send your views.
Please feel free to email Karen Turrell, the Parish Clerk on the address at the top right of this page, with your comments and she will keep them all for our records.
The Parish Council would like to make everyone aware that although the District Planners ask them for comments on any planning applications they receive for the village, the Parish Council in no way hold any influence over the final decision taken by NWLDC Planning department.
The Parish Council Chairman, Cllr Keith Merrie, in his capacity as District Councillor for Ellistown is fully aware of the situation, he has spoken to the Head of Strategic Planning at NWLDC and to the developer and can confirm that the proposed site:
1. Is outside the limits to development.
2. Contradicts the current NWLDC local plan.
3. Contradicts the NWLDC emerging plan.
Wed, 15 Mar 2017 20:12 by Karen Turrell
Trolls is showing Sat 18th March at 2.30pm.
Ellistown Community Cinema is based at St Christopher's Church and shows a film on the third Saturday of every month.
Please visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ellistowncinema/ for more infomation.
Wed, 15 Mar 2017 18:08 by Karen Turrell