Bramcote CAT Monday 6 June

Councillor David Watts has confirmed the meeting will remain on Zoom for the time being. The Agenda is below and click to see details of previous CAT meetings.

Topic: Bramcote CAT Meeting

Time: Jun 6, 2022 07:00 PM London

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Agenda:

  1. Introductions and apologies for absence 
  1. Minutes of last meeting 
  1. Matters arising (not covered elsewhere in agenda) 
  1. Policing and Crime figures 
  1. Bramcote School Development 
  1. Road/Pedestrian Safety 
  1. Other Highways Issues 
  1. Planning Issues 
  1. Neighbourhood Forum 
  1. Flooding – Work with Severn Trent 
  1. Bramcote Park Café 
  1. Any other business 

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Meeting ID: 883 1746 3627

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2 Comments

  1. Since my time management skills did not allow me to attend the CAT meeting, a brief update from the Neighbourhood Forum…

    We have sent the council planning officers the Forum’s formal request for redesignation accompanies by the Forum’s constitution and the minutes from the two meetings last August and October at which Bramcote residents decided to extend the life of the Forum and to apply for formal redesignation by the Council. The next step once the Council have checked our documents is for them to run a public consultation exercise on our request for redesignation (the Neighbourhood Area remains unchanged – Bramcote Ward).

    We have also continued our dialogue with White Hills Park Federation on their plans for the school development and the sale and development of the Coventry Lane playing fields land and of course the future of the land occupied by the now demolished Bramcote School buildings.

    We are also engaged with our adjacent Chetwynd Forum and looking at the consultation of their draft Neighbourhood Plan.

    Bramcote residents can sign up to be members of the forum at: http://eepurl.com/b3LBK9

    Paul Nathanail
    Chair, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum

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