Category Archives: Core Strategy Plan

Broxtowe Planners Advice on Local Plan Part 2 Published

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

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Browtowe Consults on 300 Homes on Bramcote’s Green Belt

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

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Have Your Say in Broxtowe’s Future

Broxtowe Resudents are being urged to have their say on future development in the Borough as part of a consultation on potential additional site allocations for the Part 2 Local Plan. The consultation will run on the Council’s website at http://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/part2localplanContinue reading

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Public Meeting on the Future of Chetwynd Barracks

From Anna Soubry’s Newsletter and repeated here because of the effect housing development at Chetwynd Barracks will have on developments elsewhere in Broxtowe: I am holding a public meeting about the future of Chetwynd Barracks following the recent announcement that … Continue reading

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Chetwynd Barracks Being Sold

The BBC reports: The Ministry of Defence is selling off Chetwynd Barracks in Chilwell. It is one of 10 sites being released to provide land for 7,000 new homes and generate £140m, the MoD said. Editor: No need to sacrifice … Continue reading

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Protection of the Green Belt

Press Statement from Leader of Broxtowe Borough Council, Councillor Richard Jackson: “The Council’s Cabinet agreed to prioritise development on brownfield land in order to protect as much green belt as possible. It was also agreed the Council will work closely … Continue reading

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Urgent Action: Toton One Last Chance

I publish this information which was submitted by Toton Councillor, Mia Kee, to Bramcote Today’s Facebook page. Bramcote residents should be aware that the Green Belt in Bramcote may possibly be changed to accommodate the housing requirements of the Core … Continue reading

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You are Requested to Help Protect and Enhance Green Assets in Broxtowe

Broxtowe Borough has high quality green space, rich wildlife and good access to the open countryside which all make a significant contribution to our quality of life. Local residents are being urged to have their say on how this environment … Continue reading

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Green Belt‏ Consultation – Respond by 5.00pm on Monday 23 March

Paul Nathanail writes: The Bramcote Hills Community Association’s Planning Sub Committee has produced its second bulletin – this contains details of the various ways to respond to the Broxtowe consultation on the Green Belt. See: BHCA Planning Sub-Committee March 2015 Bulletin … Continue reading

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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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Development On The Plessey Site

Councillor Steve Barber has just sent out his latest Rylands News. Included within this are details of the major housing and industrial development on the Plessey Site which you may find interesting. Here is the extract: Plessey Site The application … Continue reading

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Press Release from Anna Soubry re: Field Farm

Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry has condemned Broxtowe Borough Council for ignoring advice and sacrificing the Green Belt land at Field Farm, Stapleford to housing development. Anna said: “Planning Minister, Brandon Lewis has today made it clear that because Broxtowe voted … Continue reading

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The Field Farm Ecological Corridor: A Test for the Government’s Green Belt Policy

Press Release from STRAG: Last Monday 6 October, the Department of Communities and Local Government reaffirmed in a new planning guidance the government’s commitment to protect the green belt from development. Field Farm, a 30-hectare farmland and woodland site stretching … Continue reading

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South Broxtowe E-News 5 October 2014

Click on South Broxtowe E-News 5 October 2014

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The Core Strategy Is Approved But Field Farm Is Not Lost Yet!

Zoe Cockcroft writes: As you probably already know, Broxtowe Borough Council adopted the Aligned Core Strategies by 23 votes to 15 a week ago, on Wednesday, 17 September. This was to be expected, and followed on the adoption of the … Continue reading

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Notice of Adoption of the Broxtowe Core Strategy: The Broxtowe Borough Aligned Core Strategy – Adoption

See Notice of Adoption of the Broxtowe Core Strategy

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