Town Crier October 2017

Crier Oct 2017

Land at Buckingham Road – Appeal 17th April 10am

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990

PUBLIC INQUIRY

At Aylesbury Vale District Council, Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF
On 17 April 2018 at 10.00

REASON FOR INQUIRY
Appeal by Crevichon Properties Ltd
Relating to the application to Aylesbury Vale District Council
For outline application for residential development of the site for up to 65 dwellings
with associated landscaping and access
At Land at Buckingham Road, Winslow, MK18 3RSate and time shown
above to decide the appeal.

Members of the public may attend the inquiry and, at the Inspector’s discretion,
express their views. If you, or anyone you know has a disability and is concerned
about facilities at the inquiry venue, you should contact the council to confirm
that suitable provisions are in place. Documents relating to the appeal(s)
can be viewed at the Council’s offices by prior arrangement.
Planning Inspectorate References:
APP/J0405/W/17/3177802
Contact point at the Planning Inspectorate:
Robert Wordsworth, Room 3/O Kite Wing, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Temple
Quay, Bristol, BS1 6PN Tel: 0303 444 5608

Where applicable, you can use the internet to submit documents, to see information and to check the progress
of cases through GOV.UK. The address of the search page is – https://www.gov.uk/appeal-planning-inspectorate

BEST KEPT VILLAGE COMPETITION PRESENTATION – Sat. 16th Sept. 11.30

WINSLOW TOWN COUNCIL

 The Mayor of Winslow, Mrs Wendy Castle

 invites the residents of Winslow to gather at the

Town Sign, High Street on

  Saturday 16th September 2017 at 11:30am

                                            to witness the presentation of                                             

The Michaelis Cup for the

Best Kept Small Town in Buckinghamshire

by

The Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire    

  Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher Bt

HAVE YOUR SAY – Neighbourhood Police

 

 

Have Your Say

As part of the policing role, protecting the vulnerable in our society is a Force priority. To this end the Neighbourhood Police have meetings where the more vulnerable attend. It is called ‘Have Your Say’, community engagement probably describes it better.

 

MARKET DAY, WINSLOW                                             10:00 – 12:00  PCSO  WENDY TAYLOR

28 June, 23 August, 20 Sept, 18 October

TOWN CRIER ISSUE 2

 

 

WINSLOW TOWN CRIER ISSUE 2

 

The second issue of The Town Crier is now out.   This edition also has a Special Community Survey Supplement about the consultation event for a possible new community centre.  There is also a survey questionnaire.

Link to Town Crier

Link to Survey Supplement

Questionnaire

 

 

 

Public Consultation on New Community Facility

 

The consultation event about a possible new community centre

 which was delayed from December will now take place on

Saturday 11th March at the St Laurence Room between 10.30am and 3.00pm.

 

If you can’t make the main event you can also take part

at the Town Council Office 28, High Street

 

 

Tuesday 14th 6.00pm until 8.00pm

 

 

Or

 

Monday 13th to Friday 17th 10.00am until 12.00 noon

 

(these daytime sessions may be an unattended display)

 

28 High St

 

Public Works Loan Board

 In view of a current planning application to develop 28 High Street this building could be taken out of  community ownership and Winslow Council would have to find alternative accommodation.  Negotiations to purchase the building are progressing and as part of that work  Winslow Town Council has applied to DCLG to seek the Secretary of State’s approval to apply for a PWLB loan of £355,000 for up to 25 years for the purchase of 28 High Street, Winslow. The annual loan repayments will amount to £19,510. These will be paid from the 2017-18 precept budget.

VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF TOWN COUNCILLOR

 

 

 WINSLOW TOWN COUNCIL

 VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF

TOWN COUNCILLOR

 Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 87 (2) of the Local Government Act, 1972 that, due to the retirement of Cllr B Gouverneur, a casual vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for the Town of Winslow.

 If any TEN electors for the ward or parish give notice in writing to the Returning Officer by Friday 27th. January 2017 requesting that an election be held, the vacancy will be filled at a by-election.

 The Returning Officer is Andrew Grant and his address, to which such notice should be sent is, Electoral Services, The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, Bucks HP19 8FF

 If no such notice is received, the Town Council will, at their meeting on

Thursday 2nd. March 2017 (or as soon as possible thereafter) fill the vacancy by co-option of a suitably qualified person.

 Dated 6th January 2017        

 Signed Mr Charles Loch  (Town Clerk)

            Winslow Town Council Offices, 28 High Street, Winslow, MK18 3HF

  NB.  Council would be interested to receive expressions of interest from any resident who would like to become a co-opted member should no election be called.  In order that matters can proceed as quickly as possible any interested parities should write to the Clerk, at the above address outlining why they are interested and what they feel they could offer to the community.  Expressions of interest should be received by the Clerk no later than 10th. February 2017

            

Affordable Homes for Rent to ‘Winslow People’

 

Affordable Homes for Rent to ‘Winslow People’

 Early in December, 6 new, affordable (social) homes for rent will become available on Phase 3 of the Verney Road development in Winslow, comprising 3 x 1 bed flats and 3 x 2 bed flats. These homes will be given priority allocation to those who are registered with Bucks Home Choice and have strong connections with Winslow.

For further information contact Winslow Town Council via email at – clerk@winslowtowncouncil.gov.ukor the link for the Bucks Home Choice website is  http://www.buckshomechoice.gov.uk/choice/      Anyone needing to register for the waiting list can do so from this page.  Those who are already registered can simply log in and bid on the properties in which they are interested as normal.

WINSLOW TOWN CRIER ISSUE 1

 

The first edition of the Winslow Town Crier has now been delivered to homes in the town. Keeping residents informed of what the ‘council is up to is a difficult task and The Crier is just one step towards that.

 

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