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Click on Bramcote CAT Agenda for Meeting on 4 September 2017 See also Neighbourhood Watch update September 2017 which will be presented at the meeting.
Paul Summers, Broxtowe Borough Council, writes to Councillors Plackett, Doddy and Gould: Please note that following on from the recent potential overflow and flooding of Cookies pond( Westbourne Ct , Bramcote), Ms Adcock the Environment teams Project Officer (she has … Continue reading
Conservative Councillor, Lee Fletcher, Secures a Stall for the Toton and Chilwell Neighbourhood Forum!
Councillor Fletcher writes: I am pleased to announce that the Forum will be present at the Chilwell Play Day taking place on Monday 14th August. Working with the Forum and the Council, I have managed to secure a late admission … Continue reading
Roar-some competition gives Nottingham’s children a chance to win a bean bag starring their own ‘dream dinosaur’ ● Inspired by the Dinosaurs of China exhibition in Nottingham ● Entrants must be aged 11 and under; competition open from Monday 10th … Continue reading
Further updates from Councillor Martin Plackett:- Just left the site having viewed the Councils sterling work to avert a serious flood. Staff have been on duty through out the night and are taking steps to view the outlet with a … Continue reading
Broxtowe Borough Council Bramcote Ward Councillor Martin Plackett writes:- Thanks to Broxtowe Borough Council’s staff’s sterling work serious flooding was averted last evening from Cookie’s Pond on Ilkeston Road in BRAMCOTE. The site is continuing to be monitored by the Council. … Continue reading
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A great British summer garden party has helped raised £1,000 for Wellbeing of Women, a charity which funds research into women’s reproductive health and childbirth. The Mayor of Broxtowe, Councillor Halimah Khaled MBE is supporting Wellbeing of Women as her … Continue reading
This will be the last newsletter for a few weeks as I am off on holiday first thing tomorrow. The office will of course remain open and I will be checking my emails on a regular basis (as much as … Continue reading
Neighbourhood Planning At The Playday Margaret Downie, Town Clerk, Stapleford Town Council writes: Stapleford Town Council is almost ready to take its draft Neighbourhood Plan out to public consultation. As pretaster to the public consultations Town Councillors and members of … Continue reading
Councillor Lee Fletcher a Borough Councillor for Toton and Chilwell Meadows writes regarding the planning application from Peveril Homes: One day after the proposed HS2 route was confirmed at Toton, Peveril Homes lodged their application to build 253 homes on … Continue reading
There have been an abundance of fetes, fairs and carnivals over the past few weeks and my thanks to all the organisers (more in the diary section). Parliament has risen for the summer recess and like other MPs I will … Continue reading
A screen grab from Street View (2016) on Google Maps. The tram terminus is in Stapleford. The boundary crosses the road and goes along the path by the electrical sub station. You can check out the boundary signs for yourself … Continue reading
It comes after a campaign was started by Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry. Click on this link to read the Nottingham Post article.
Councillor Richard MacRae writes. If anyone would like to look at the plans for the Toton Lane Development they are on display at Stapleford Town Council. Carnegie Hall, Warren Avenue, Stapleford. You can call the Town Clerk on 0115 939 … Continue reading
A plan has been submitted to build as many as 500 new houses in Stapleford – just one day after the route of HS2 was given final approval. The self-contained development, on Toton Lane, also includes plans for an 80-bed … Continue reading
Beeston Library will re-open on Saturday 5th August 2017 following extensive refurbishment. The library closed last year to enable a series of improvements to the building’s infrastructure, including: • New roof, windows, ceiling, lights, flooring and heating system. • New … Continue reading
Read the Nottingham Post article. Within the article Dr John Disney, transport researcher at Nottingham Business School, said: “The biggest issue with Toton is that it’s not Nottingham and it’s not Derby. It will be a place of departure, rather than … Continue reading
A serious loss for Nottingham, Derby and Leicester. See Nottingham Post Article See BBC Website