Author Archives: Steve Austin

The Planning Maze

Ian Tyler writes: The existing planning laws consistently confront councils of all political persuasions with the dilemma of how to provide much needed homes within restricted areas. The resultant pressures cause high intensity developments which, while providing accommodation do not … Continue reading

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Official Minutes of CAT Meeting held 6 March 2017

Click here to read the Minutes of Meeting 6 March 2017

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Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum General Meeting Monday 27 March.

Paul Nathanail, Chair, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum writes: The next meeting of the Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum will be on Monday 27 March. The meeting will discuss a draft map and planning policies to include in the Bramcote Neighbourhood Plan. It will … Continue reading

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Bramcote Surgery Receives a Rating of Outstanding From the CQC.

Councillor Jacky Williams writes: Bramcote Surgery has received a rating of outstanding from the CQC. The full report can be seen by clicking this link.

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Boots During World War One – Bramcote History Group Meeting 24 April

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Ceilidh Dance Night 29 April

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Bramcote CAT Meeting 6 March 2017 – The Official Unofficial Minutes

Click on Bramcote CAT Meeting 6 March 2017 – The Official Unofficial Minutes to read my notes from the meeting. The next CAT Meeting will be on Monday 5 June at 7.00pm at Bramcote Memorial Hall.

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Bramcote Personalities from Squires to Saints to Sinners

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News From Broxtowe Liberal Democrats 25 February 2017

David Watts writes on: 1. Stapleford and Eastwood Litter Picks, 2. Register to Vote, 3. Friends of Beeston Hockey Club,4. School Admissions Policy, 5. Bramcote Café Fundraising, 6. Charity Fashion Show and Sale, 7. Model Railway Show This Sunday, 8. An … Continue reading

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A Woodland Dinner

A Fundraising Event for the Building of Bramcote Hills Park Community Cafe 3 Course Dinner on 22 April 2017. 7.00pm for 7.30pm £25.00 per person at St Michael’s Church Centre, Church Street, Bramcote For tickets, please contact 0787 060 0825

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Bramcote Archery Club Event 26 February

Sharon Dicks writes: Bramcote Archery Club would like to inform locals residents near to the Moor Lane playing fields of an upcoming event next Sunday 26th February 2017. Cars will be using the bridle path from 7.30am onwards. A large … Continue reading

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Application Form For Stall/Activity at the 2017 Hemlock Happening

Jo Elliott, Events Officer, Liberty Leisure Limited has sent out an application form to the community groups & organisations that attended the Hemlock Happening last year. Any other community groups or organisations that would like to attend the event, can … Continue reading

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Bramcote Hills Park Community Cafe Fund Raising

Gill Watts writes: The Bramcote Hills Park Community Cafe is now up and running with its fundraising. As part of this, a crowd funding page has been launched at http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/bramcote-hills-park-community-cafe and a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BramcoteParkCafe. Please promote these as widely … Continue reading

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Broxtowe Loses Appeal Against Refusal of Planning Permission at Field Farm

Paul Nathanail writes: The refusal of planning permission at Field Farm has been overturned. See: http://www.nottinghampost.com/government-overrides-council-s-decision-on-118-horrible-houses/story-30133266-detail/story.html

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Next Arrival on the HS2 Line: A Brand New City

Reading this morning’s Sunday Times an article with the above headline caught my eye. It starts: With its bleak industrial landscape if crisscrossing rail tracks and long lines of parked freight trains, Toton Sidings is unlikely to win a ‘Beautiful … Continue reading

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News From Anna Soubry MP, 11 February 2017

Anna Soubry writes: In line with most schools, Parliament has risen for half- term. I am taking the opportunity to visit a refugee camp in Jordan with a fellow MP, organised by Oxfam, so I will be away for about … Continue reading

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Bramcote Hills Community Association Annual General Meeting

Reminder The Annual General Meeting of Bramcote Hills Community Association will be held at 7.30pm on Wednesday 15 February 2017 at Grangewood Methodist Church. All members of the Association are encouraged to attend. The guest speaker is Paul Nathanail ‘Bramcote … Continue reading

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Hemlock Garden Club Meetings in February and March

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Bramcote Old Church Tower Trust Quiz Night Saturday 4 March 2017

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News From Broxtowe Liberal Democrats 4 February 2017

David Watts writes on: 1. Election Agreement, 2. Tory U Turn on Housing, 3. Chinese New Year, 4. Lib Dem Website, 5. Council Website, 6. Council Tax Rises, 7. Nottinghamshire Economic Development Capital Fund, 8. Free WiFi in Stapleford Town … Continue reading

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