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Friday, 23 September 2011

CONSULTATION ON SOUTH WORC'S DEVELOPMENT PLAN

YES THIS WILL AFFECT YOU!


The South Worcestershire Development Plan is currently at a consultation stage and we welcome your views and suggestions about its content. Starting on Monday 26th Sept and ending Friday 18th Nov we encourage you to take the opportunity to influence the outcome and contribute to delivering a long term Plan for South Worcestershire.

COMING TO A FIELD NEAR YOU, THIS IS MALVERN VALE!

INSPIRING, IMAGINATIVE, ECO FRIENDLY HOUSES?

NO MEAN SPIRITED ILL DESIGNED FORMULA HOUSING UNITS 

IS THIS 'SUSTAINABLE' DEVELOPMENT?  (JF opinion!)

The South Worcestershire Development Plan (SWDP) is visiting local communities from Monday, 26th September 2011 to Friday, 18th November 2011 to gain your views and to allow you the opportunity to help shape the future of South Worcestershire.
The consultation roadshow events will be visiting towns and villages right across South Worcestershire covering places such as Tenbury Wells in the North-west to Broadway in the South-east.
Meet the Planners… You can meet our planning officers in person to discuss the proposals at anyone of our roadshows. The roadshows will also include an exhibition giving detailed view of the South Worcestershire Development Plan proposals, including maps of proposed development sites.  
We need your help to spread the word… Tell your friends, neighbours, work colleagues and relatives about these events and help us to ensure as many people and communities as possible have their say on the future of South Worcestershire.
Roadshow details are shown below:
SEPTEMBER EVENTS:
  • Hanley Swan – Monday 26 September – Village Hall, 2pm – 8pm
  • Pershore – Tuesday 27 September – Town Hall, 2pm – 8pm (also covers villages: Eckington, Cropthorne, Defford, Elmley Castle) 
  • Rushwick – Wednesday 28 September – Village Hall, 2pm – 8pm  
  • Upton upon Severn – Thursday 29 September – Memorial Hall, 2pm – 8pm  

Sunday, 11 September 2011

Castlemorton Gardening Club 2011/12

This season's programme is:
15th September, Growing Vegetables: Getting the best from your efforts, Marion Stainton
20th October, Garden Tools, Ann and John Guest
17th November, The Winter Garden, Geraldine Williams
8th December, Christmas Get Together
19th January, Gardens of France: Bagatelle and Giverny, Duncan Coombs
16th February, Design and the Garden, Paul Hervey-Brooks
15th March, Plants for the Season, Paul Green
19th April, The Versatile World of Salvias, Leila Jackson
17th May AGM and New Garden-Worthy Plants, Bob Brown
21st June, Garden visit/party
19th July, Birds in your Garden, John Clews

Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Deadline for Planning Reform Consultation 17th October 2011

The discussion documents can be found here:



http://www.communities.gov.uk/planningandbuilding/planningsystem/planningpolicy/planningpolicyframework/


We urge all interested folk to review these complex but essential documents as the outcome will profoundly affect you and the environment for the future.