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Angie Hurren

Angie Hurren

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Invitation to Tender

The Parish Council is now inviting tenders for grass cutting and grounds maintenance works in Broadclyst Parish from 1st April 2018.

The tender document can be downloaded from the "download attachments" link underneath this article.

 

We appreciate there is a wide extent of work involved; we would consider tenders to provide some of the services.

Please make it clear on the form for which services you are submitting a tender.

Anning Drive update - EXTENDED CLOSURE

UPDATE - PLEASE NOTE – due to some issues on Blackhorse Lane, this closure has been extended until the end of March 2018

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984
SECTION 14
THE COUNTY OF DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) (ANNING DRIVE, CLYST HONITON) ORDER 2017
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC & PARKING
NOTICE is hereby given that Devon County Council has made the above titled order.
From SATURDAY 15 APRIL 2017
for a maximum of 18 months
Anticipated Finish FRIDAY 1 DECEMBER 2017
No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed or wait on the sections of Affected Roads except for access to land or premises on or adjacent to those length of roads.
THE RESTRICTIONS WILL BE IN THE FORM OF INTERMITTENT OVERNIGHT CLOSURES DURING THE ABOVE DATE RANGE. ADVANCED NOTIFICATION SIGNS WILL BE PUT OUT PRIOR TO EACH OCCASION AND THE DIVERSION ROUTE BELOW WILL BE IN PLACE.
Roads affected -
ANNING DRIVE, CLYST HONITON
The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - HONITON ROAD, AMBASSADOR DRIVE, CUMBERLAND WAY, TITHEBARN LANE AND VICE VERSA
This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable -
CONSTRUCTION WORK FOR BLACKHORSE LANE LINK ROAD
For additional information contact:
DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL
Telephone: 01392 382700
Dated: SATURDAY 8 APRIL 2017
David Whitton
Chief Officer of Highways, Infrastructure Development & Waste
Devon Highways
Devon County Council
Lucombe House
County Hall
Exeter
EX2 4QD
Ref: TTRO1720421

 

The Planning Comittee will meet on 14th November 2017 to discuss the Cranbrook Development Plan Document (DPD) (Cranbrook Masterplan), which is in its public consultation stage, and to compose Council’s response to the DPD.
This meeting is open to the public.

The further development of Cranbrook will have a considerable impact on Broadclyst parish, especailly the Bropadclyst Station area.

The agenda can be downloaded from the link at the bottom of this page or from our Agenda page
The document can be downloaded from our website here

Background:

At its meeting on 6th November 2017, EDDC's Strategic Planning commmittee considered the Service Lead’s – Planning Strategy and Development Management report seeking Member approval for the publication of the Cranbrook Plan Development Plan Document (DPD) - preferred approach for consultation.

The purpose of the DPD was to guide the expansion of Cranbrook to around 8000 homes and ensure that the needs of all groups and sections of society were considered and catered for, including Gypsies and Travellers.

The DPD was identified in the Local Plan as being critical to securing the long-term success of Cranbrook.

The Committee resolved that the Cranbrook Plan Development Plan Document – preferred approach document together with publication on the associated Sustainability Appraisal and Strategic Environmental Assessment and background evidence documents be published for consultation.

Minutes from EDDC's Strategic Planning Committee meeting can be downloaded here

Broadclyst Parish Council has not been given a hard copy of the Plan; should you require a copy please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.the Clerk or call the parish office on 01392 360269.

 

Devon Countryside Access Forum - NEW MEMBERS SOUGHT

The Devon Countryside Access Forum is a statutory local access forum under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.  It has seventeen members who advise on the “improvement of public access to land for the purposes of open-air recreation and the enjoyment of the area..”  The Forum gives independent advice to a number of Government bodies in addition to Devon County Council, district and borough councils and parish and town councils.

Devon County Council is currently appointing members to the Forum and would like to receive applications from anyone with an interest in recreational access.  I should be very grateful if you could share this information with the Parish Council and also pass this e-mail onto your networks.

In this round of appointments applications from keen walkers would be particularly welcome as the Forum is looking at coastal access (the England Coast Path) on stretches between Kingswear and Cremyll and Combe Martin and Marsland Mouth.  All applications will be considered and we would love to hear from landowners and managers, access users and people with other relevant professional interests such as planning, education, sport, sustainable transport and business, or people who could represent groups currently under-represented such as young people or ethnic minority groups.  Although membership is voluntary, a generous mileage rate is paid.

Why don’t you consider applying to join the Forum?  It’s an interesting opportunity and you can:-

  • contribute to the debate- share your experience and expertise from your specific field;
  • meet and work with others- listen to and share ideas on solving access problems;
  • help make a difference- influence local and UK policy affecting access;
  • be informed- receive regular local and national access information updates.

For details and an application form please see www.devon.gov.uk/dcaf   The closing date is Friday, 9th February 2018.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Hilary Winter
Forum Officer
Devon Countryside Access Forum
Lucombe House
County Hall
Topsham Road
Exeter EX2 4QD

Tel: 01392 382084
Tel:  (mobile) 07837 171000


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