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Category Archives: Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum
Paul Nathanail, Chair, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum writes: Please find below a copy of the letter I emailed Councillor Tony Harper yesterday. Cllr Harper sent a friendly acknowledgement to the email copied to our MP, Bramcote Councillors and the head of … Continue reading
Paul Nathanail, Chair, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum writes: Please read the parts of the Agenda for the 6 July meeting of Broxtowe BC Jobs & Economy that are relevant to your interests and specifically to Bramcote Proposed changes to Bramcote’s Green … Continue reading
Councillor Steve Carr writes: Further to a previous post concerning Village Green status for the Moor Lane Playing Fields, I have now been given sight by Officers of the Local Plan Part 2 which gives protection to sites in the … Continue reading
In view of some of the comments in the previous post about the withdrawal of the Bramcote Village Green Application, I asked Steve Care if the letter he received could be published. He has sent the copy below. The letter … Continue reading
Steve Carr writes: I have today received a letter from the County Council advising me of the progress of the application for Village Green status for the Moor Lane Playing Field. The application was advertised earlier this year and during … Continue reading
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
Paul Nathanail, Chair, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum writes: Broxtowe’s planning officers have published their advice to the Jobs and Economy Committee to consider at its meeting on 26 January. The agenda and supporting papers, including the proposals for Part 2, for the Broxtowe … Continue reading
Paul Nathanail, Chair, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum writes: One of the things our County Council does for us is prepare the county minerals plan. Following consultation earlier in the year, the proposed plan has just been submitted to the Secretary of … Continue reading
Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum: Design Charrettes 8 and 15 October 2016 Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum is the mechanism for Bramcote’s residents to form our plan for how we want Bramcote to develop over the next ten or so years. We are holding … Continue reading
Click on this link to read a recent article in the Nottingham Post.
Packed Meeting Overwhelmingly Rejects Council’s Proposals to Remove Large Section of Bramcote’s Green Belt
At a packed meeting last night at the Memorial Hall, residents overwhelmingly rejected a proposal from Broxtowe Borough Council to remove a large portion of Bramcote’s Green Belt. The meeting was called by Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum to formulate the Neighbourhood Forum’s … Continue reading
Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum in conjunction with the Bramcote Hills Community Association is holding a Public Meeting to formulate the Neighbourhood Forum’s Response to the Broxtowe Borough Council Consultation on a Potential Additional Site in Bramcote. The ‘Site’ includes all of … Continue reading
Paul Nathanail Chair of Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum comments on correspondence received this morning from Broxtowe Borough Council: The council writes: “The Council is consulting upon potential additional sites which could be the subject of future development to meet the needs … Continue reading
Paul Nathanail, Chair of Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum, writes: I am pleased to write that both of our applications were successful and the Bramcote Neighbourhood Area and Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum have been designated. We can now build on the momentum achieved … Continue reading
Paul Nathanail, Chair, of Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum, Writes : The Council response to the Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum’s application to develop a Neighbourhood Plan for the area of Bramcote Ward is due any day now. Over the past week I and others … Continue reading
Paul Nathanail, Chair, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum, writes: Continuing our series of activities to inform Bramcote residents about the opportunities offered by a Neighbourhood plan, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum will have a stand at Saturday’s Bramcote Church of England summer fair, 12-2pm. … Continue reading
Following on from public meetings hosted by the Bramcote Hills Community Association and the Bramcote Conservation Society the inaugural AGM of the Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum was held on 3 May after the whole of Bramcote Ward was leafleted with details … Continue reading
Comments from Cllr. Martin Plackett about Bramcote School Buildings and the Bramcote Neighbourhood Plan
Councillor Martin Plackett writes: As many folk will have read it is the WHF of Schools intention to close the Bramcote School situated by the cricket ground in Bramcote Park. The School buildings are in the words of the Headmaster … Continue reading