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Proposed Allendale Road/Highland Drive Green Space Improvement

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**We have exciting news!!**

Following our meeting in October 2019 where we met with our Green Space Development officer, Jeremy Trill, to discuss green spaces; residents comments are now being requested as part of a programme to improve facilities on the Allendale Road and Highland Drive green space.

Don’t forget to fill in the questionnaire at the bottom!!

Comments are required by 28 October 2020

Covid-19

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We are living in uncertain times. Coronavirus is having a massive impact on all our lives. it impacts all of us, in many different ways. We just wanted to pull a few local websites together so that if you or your family is struggling, we want you to know that you are not alone.

Remember Stay at home!

– Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (but only if you cannot work from home)
– If you go out, stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people at all times
– Wash your hands as soon as you get home
– Do not meet others, even friends or family. You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.

 

Stay Safe. HWRA Team

 

Headline CBC news is:
– No garden waste collection
– Council owned car parking is free.
– Loughborough Markets are suspended.
– Closed: Recycling and Household waste centres (tips), All play grounds, Outwoods and Charnwood Water.

 

 

Christmas 2019

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Once again we joined forces with Shelthorpe Community Association to hold a festive meeting in the new Arc Community Hub.

We hope everyone has a great festive period, and hopefully see you at the Arc’s opening event on Sunday 14 December!

PACT

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HWRA have been invited to join newly formed group know as PACT: Partners and Communities Together (PACT) meetings.

PACT is an opportunity for residents and residents groups in Shelthorpe & Nanpantan wards to meet with the key service providers, share information about what’s happening in their area and agree how partners will work together to tackle any issues.

If anybody has any issues that they would like discussing please let HWRA known. Alternatively if you are a member of a local group and think that PACT maybe of interest or help to you get in touch with the group coordinator. PACT meetings aim to take place every 3 months at different locations around Shelthorpe, Outwoods and Nanpantan Ward.

Want to get involved?
Email PACT and tell them which part of Shelthorpe, Outwoods or Nanpantan Ward you will be representing: pact@charnwood.gov.uk

Hustings Event 2019

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In April we held a joint meeting with the Shelthorpe Community Association (SCA). This consisted of a hustings event for the upcoming Borough Council Elections, at Good Shepherd Church. All candiadates were invited to speak for 2 minutes on why we should vote for them and then questions were taken from the floor.

We hope all residents found it informative.

Latest Planning Applications for Grange Park

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There are currently 3 planning applications available for review and comment on the Charnwood Planning Portal.

By searching for a specific application (see reference numbers below), and accessing ‘additional documents’ you can read all the detail behind the submission, and any comments that have already been made.

30 houses, land off Highland Drive/Knox Road, P/18/0888/2
This is on land adjacent to the planned community centre and play area. Comment online until 6th June.

Play Areas on Grange Park Estate, P/18/0893/2
The ‘view related documents’ section includes detailed information about the equipment that is proposed on the Highland Drive/Knox Road play park, and the Allendale Road play park (by the roundabout). Comments can be emailed to development.control@charnwood.gov.uk quoting application no: P/18/0893/2.

Discharge of obligations under Section 106A of P/00/2078/2: Provisions relating to part of the Local Centre on Grange Park development, P/18/0914/2.
William Davis have applied to be released from provision of the following aspects of the original Section 106 agreement due to a lack of demand: 0.5ha for shopping or other commercial uses and 0.3 ha for Community health and welfare development including one place of worship, doctor or dentist or such other health and welfare facilities and community uses. Full details of the application can be found on the planning portal.
Please note this discharge of obligations does not affect provision for the Grange Park Centre community centre. Comment online until 15th June.

Privacy Policy

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With the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) on 25th May 2018, Haddon Way Residents Association has taken the opportunity to issue a Privacy Policy which has been written to reflect the changes to the data protection laws.

Please click here for our HWRA Privacy Policy V1.1

Farmhouse *2018*

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The owners have recently submitted a Planning Application and Listed buildings consent. P/18/0431/2 and P/18/0476/2 respectively. It looks like a resubmission of the previous application which was to create 14 dwellings and construct one dwelling, P/12/2301/2, this was granted by Officer Delegation on 20/3/2014, and would’ve since lapsed.  Comments can be made until 4/4/2018

Application P/17/0550/2 submitted in May 2017 which is referred to in the proposal for application, was subsequently withdrawn in July 2017.

Proposed Care Home

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LNT Construction Ltd have submitted planning permission for the erection of a two storey, 66 bed, care home with associated car parking, landscaping and associated works with access through the existing David Wilson Homes development known as “The Chimes”.

This care home will be situated next door to the Aldi development.

For more details please see Planning Application P/18/0302/2 Comments can be made on the planning portal until 3/4/2018.

 

**UPDATED** Grange Park Centre Planning Application

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The Grange Park Centre (GPC) charity submitted planning application P/17/2344/2 for a proposed community centre in the heart of Grange Park just off Knox road. This application was heard before Plans Committee on 8 February 2018, where councillors unanimously agreed to PASS the application.

Residents can view the latest information about the project on the GPC website along with details of how to get involved.