2 Planning Applications submitted by Gallagher’s

Gallagher’s have completed the necessary due-diligence requirements including the bat and ground surveys. Two applications have been submitted to SMBC. These are PL/2016/01561/DIS which relates to the main and emergency access arrangements including details of the roads and footpaths into the site and PL/2016/01902/DIS which is for the discharge of the obligation to undertake a site Archaeological survey.

Lowbrook Farm SubGroup

The Parish Council decided that a Lowbrook Farm Development subgroup should be set up, with one Councillor leading, supported by willing Parishioners. The subgroup would consider development matters and issues and liaise with the developer to attempt to reach solutions. The Councillor member would then provide feedback to the Council on a monthly basis.  Cllr Chris Farr agreed to take the lead role

Cllr. Chris Farr with the help of two parishioners had met and delivered a leaflet drop, which resulted in more than 20 positive responses, from parishioners wishing to join the subgroup. An e-mail address has been set up for the group and they have met Glen Langham, the Planning Director of Gallagher’s to discuss proposals and concerns. In the initial meeting , Glen Langham, the Planning Director of Gallagher’ indicated that they were in the process of preparing the site for sale.

The SubGroup plans to have ongoing communications with Gallagher’s and if relevant the developer who purchases the land to develop the 200 homes.

 

 

What to do if you experience any adverse impact as a result of construction work at the site

The Parish Council developed and circulated a note to all local residents advising them of actions that they should take if they experience any adverse impact as a result of construction work at the site. Residents are advised to copy correspondence regarding any matters raised with SMBC or the police to Councillor A.Hussain.

A copy of the note is included in the documents below

 

Furey’s lodge appeal (No. APP/Q4625/W/16/3163356) to Planning Application P/A PL/2016/00373/COU,

Furey’s have lodged an appeal to Planning Application P/A PL/2016/00373/COU, which was for the “change of use of part of site to HGV vehicle parking” at Rumbush Farm. The appeal number is APP/Q4625/W/16/3163356 and all representations must be submitted by the 12th January 2017.

The Appeal Notice can be found here.

 

Tidbury Green Parish Council produced the attached Newsletter regarding this appeal.

Tidbury Green Farm Working Group Meeting 28th June 2016

The first meeting with Bellway homes was held on the 28th June 2016.  A number of issues had been raised during the meeting, including:-

  • Drainage issues
  • Traffic and road safety concerns
  • G.Thomas presented a letter that he had submitted to Bellway Homes about the key issues raised during the meeting. He had clearly detailed the issues and asked Bellway Homes to respond to the points raised, advising what action that they would take to address the key issues.

Minutes of the meeting  and a copy of the letter submitted to Bellway can be found below within the Documents Section.

Tidbury Green Farm Development Working Group Set Up

The Parish Council decided that a Tidbury Green Farm Development subgroup should be set up, with one Councillor leading, supported by willing Parishioners. The subgroup would consider development matters and issues and liaise with the developer to attempt to reach solutions. The Councillor member would then provide feedback to the Council on a monthly basis.  Cllr Graham Thomas agreed to take the lead role

Cllr. Thomas completed a letter drop tp local homes inviting parishioners to join in a group to liaise with developers. As a result of this he received 8 positive responses from Parishioners wishing to be involved in the Tidbury Green Farm Development Working Group.