Category Archives: Broxtowe Borough Council

Bramcote Hills Community Association – Planning Sub-Committee

In my report on the Bramcote Hills Community Association AGM I said that that a proposal from residents was tabled to form a planning sub-committee to deal with the planning issues that Bramcote Hills, Bramcote Moor and Oaklands face. It was … Continue reading

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By Failing to Plan You Plan to Fail

Paul Nathanail writes: Broxtowe Borouch Councillors have embarked on a review of the Green Belt with the sole purpose of eroding the extent of that Green Belt to release land for (housing) development.  This erosion of the Green Belt appears … Continue reading

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Green Belt Review

Richard MacRae writes: If you want to share this as there is a lot on the greenbelt review as Stephan Saunders was at the meeting so could be good for your readers to watch and listen to what he says. … Continue reading

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Green Belt Review – Make Sure You See How Bramcote Hills and Bramcote Moor Might Be Affected

I am writing as Chairman of Bramcote Hills Community Association rather than as an Editor of Bramcote Today. I urge all the Residents of Bramcote Hills and Bramcote Moor to look at the consultation documents regarding the Green Belt Review … Continue reading

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Broxtowe BC Posts Notices About Two Consultation Meetings on the Green Belt

Paul Nathanial writes: Walkers down Moor Lane this afternoon may have seen a notice near the junction with the A52 advertising two meetings where we can meet with council officers to discuss the current consultation on yet further erosion of … Continue reading

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Further delay in the Decision on the fate of the Old Golf Course

David Watts informs us that the Broxtowe Planning Department are putting the decision on the golf course back until June, at the earliest, to ensure that a proper nature survey can be undertaken on the site.

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Broxtowe’s Green Belt – What’s Done Is Done But What Was Said Should Not Be Forgotten

Paul Nathanail writes: As Broxtowe Borough Council consults on yet more grabbing of the Green Belt, it is worth casting our minds back to what has already been said about the Green Belt in the run up to our Local … Continue reading

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Bramcote Planning Applications 14 – 20 February 2015

Here is a list of planning application for Bramcote which have been submitted to Broxtowe Borough Council – Planning Applications 14 – 20 February 2015 If you wish to view the detail of any application on the list, click on this link … Continue reading

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TravelRight Broxtowe – Free Family Bike Maintenance Course

TravelRight Broxtowe are pleased to be able to offer a FREE family bike maintenance course. Suitable for children aged 9 and over (accompanied by an adult) this is ideal for families looking to get out on bikes this spring. The … Continue reading

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Young Puppies Dumped In Freezing Temperatures

Four young Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppies and their mother were found dumped in a box at Erewash Canal in Eastwood earlier this week, as temperatures plummeted to -6 degrees. Broxtowe Borough Council’s Neighbourhood Wardens are appealing for information on the … Continue reading

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Consultation on The Broxtowe Local Plan: Proposal to Remove Land in Bramcote From the Green Belt?

This morning I received this letter Consultation on the Broxtowe Local Plan from Broxtowe Borough Council. The letter advises there are two separate consultations 1. Development Management Policies Issues and Options and 2. Preferred Approach to Site Allocations (Green Belt Review). In the … Continue reading

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Grave Concern For Abandoned Dogs

Valentino was tied up an abandoned in a Stapleford Cemetery on 26th January 2015 but thanks to a member of the public who alerted Broxtowe Borough Council’s Neighbourhood Wardens it is hoped he will soon be on the mend and … Continue reading

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Broxtowe Marks National Voter Registration Day

Broxtowe residents have been encouraged to take power and register to vote yesterday as part of activities taking place for National Voter Registration Day. Council Officers from Broxtowe Borough Council visited Chetwynd Barracks to provide information and advice to servicemen … Continue reading

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Volunteers – Broxtowe Sports Needs You!

Do you enjoy keeping active? Are you looking to give something back to the local community? Broxtowe Sport may have the perfect answer for you as they are on the look-out for enthusiastic volunteers to become community walk leaders and … Continue reading

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Planning Application For 69 Derby Road

An outline planning application has been submitted to Broxtowe Borough Council for the construction of 4 houses on the site of 69 Derby Road (near Thoresby Road junction). The application reference is 15/00051/REM. To see the application use this link and … Continue reading

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Recycle Your Textiles – Kerbside!

Having a post Christmas clear out? Starting your spring cleaning early? Broxtowe Borough Council’s badger mascot “Brock” is reminding residents that they can take advantage of the Council’s kerbside textile collection service to recycle their unwanted clothing. The service allows … Continue reading

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Take Power – Register To Vote

Broxtowe residents are being urged to take power and register to vote if they want to have their say in the upcoming elections on 7th May, as part of National Voter Registration Day next week. On Thursday 5th February, events … Continue reading

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Communities Together For Holocaust Memorial Day

Schoolchildren helped Broxtowe Borough Council mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2015 at a short ceremony yesterday to mark the 15th annual event.

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Dove of Peace Marks Unity In The Community

A dove of peace was released outside the Town Hall in Beeston yesterday as a symbol of community cohesion and to demonstrate solidarity in the fight against hate crime. In light of the recent tragic incidents across the world, the … Continue reading

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