Tag Archives: Wye Neighbourhood Plan

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This is my recollection of last week’s parish council meeting: Councillor Shoults chaired the meeting in the absence of the council chair Noel Ovenden. The community warden was also busy elsewhere. Councillor Shoults¬†updated the council on the ongoing discussions with … Continue reading

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This is my recollection of the parish council meeting last week: The new parish clerk, Vinny McLean, was officially welcomed to the Council. She is going to be working from the new parish council office on Bramble Lane (Briar Close). … Continue reading

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I did not attend the parish council meeting on January 7. The following is therefore a summary of the draft minutes: The examiner’s response to the Neighbourhood Plan was anticipated (it has subsequently been delivered: Wye Examination Report¬†And Councillor Shoults … Continue reading

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INSPECTOR CALLS

Some quick notes about today’s public hearing called by examiner Richard High about the Wye Neighbourhood Plan. As usual this is my recollection rather than any official record: The mistake whereby some of the Olantigh estate land had been included … Continue reading

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This is my recollection of the parish council meeting last week: Much of the meeting was taken up with discussion about the public meeting on November 2nd. The council felt that the meeting had gone well and that questions from … Continue reading

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BATTLE LINES REDRAWN

Perhaps it isn’t surprising that any landowner should want to maximise income from their property, and that any landowner should therefore possess hope that all their land be upgraded: from agricultural to commercial and from commercial to residential, and that … Continue reading

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The newly appointed parish council met for the first time last Friday. This is my recollection of the main points of the meeting: The initial part of the meeting was taken up with introductions. In particular the council welcomed four … Continue reading

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