Category Archives: Local Planning

We need more Trees

Nationally the Conservative Government promised to plant more Trees.  See here at this article on the BBC Website. We have an opportunity here in Bramcote if we allow the building of houses on the Playing Field off Coventry Lane we could … Continue reading

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Please Respond to Consultation on the Bramcote Neighbourhood Plan

Paul Nathanail, Chair, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum says: Bramcote residents and businesses in Branmcote should have received the consultation draft of the Bramcote Neighbourhood Plan.  It is also available on the Forum’s website http://bramcoteneighbourhoodforum.org.uk/consultation.html Thank you to those who contributed to our two meetings  … Continue reading

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Notts County Council Policy Committee: seek approval to dispose of freehold land to White Hills Park Federation

Paul Nathanail, Chair, Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum has emailed us with: Nottinghamshire County Council Policy Committee Meeting 18  Oct 2017 – 10:30am. Venue:County Hall. Agenda item 12 seeks approval to dispose of freehold land to White Hills Park Federation Trust at a price that reflects “existing use value” … Continue reading

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Bramcote Neighbourhood Plan

A further meeting to explain the Neighbourhood Plan for Bramcote will be held next Wednesday 11 October 2017 at Grangewood Methodist Church Hall, Grangewood Road, Wollaton.   For more information including the time the meeting will start see here.

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Broxtowe Borough Council Local Plan Part 2

Councillor Martin Plackett writes:- I Hope this part of the Plan with its especial reference to BRAMCOTE will be useful to residents as they respond to the Consultation’ CONSULTATION BROXTOWE PART 2 PLAN Today begins the 6 week consultation period … Continue reading

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Former Golf Course – The Appellants have been granted Planning Permission by the Government Inspector

We thank Councillor Richard MacRae and the Stepleford Community Group for informing us of this.  Appeal Ref: APP/J3015/W/16/3162096    Bramcote Hills Golf Course, Thoresby Road, Bramcote, Nottinghamshire NG9 3EP The appeal is made under section 78 of the Town and Country … Continue reading

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Councillor Martin Plackett says ‘Positives for Bramcote’

Broxtowe Borough Council Jobs and Economy Committee at its meeting last night voted unanimously to include in the Part 2 Local Plan the following areas in Bramcote to become protected LOCAL GREEN SPACE giving the same protection as GREENBELT.  Bramcote … Continue reading

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Comment from Cllr. Martin Plackett

Following last night’s meeting of the Jobs and Economy Committee of Broxtowe Borough Council I list the following POSITIVE outcomes for Bramcote after changes to Greenbelt boundaries within the Ward. 1.   A brand new state of the art School for … Continue reading

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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

Posted in Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum, Broxtowe Borough Council, Core Strategy Plan, Green Belt, Housing, Local Planning, Planning | 5 Comments

We need to support the School Governing Body

Our schools need a new building.  The playing fields are not in use by the school.  We understand from Paul Heery, Executive Head of White Hills Park Federation, that in the Spring next year they will be submitting a planning application … Continue reading

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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

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Extract from the minutes of the Broxtowe BC Planning Meeting held 20 July 2016

14.1 [Reference] 14/00677/OUT   Outline application to develop former Bramcote Hills Golf Course (part),  all matters reserved except for access from Deddington Lane, for use  as a continuing care retirement and specialist care community  consisting of accommodation units comprising up to … Continue reading

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Bramcote – Old Golf Course Land – Letter to all Broxtowe Planning Committee Councillors

The following is the text of a letter sent to all the Councillors on the Planning Committee. Dear Councillor, I understand that the Planning Application referenced 14/00677/OUT will be discussed at the planning meeting on 20 July.  I give a … Continue reading

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Bramcote – Old Golf Course development

The meeting to decide the fate of the land that was the Bramcote Golf Course and the ‘Green Corridor’ is taking place this evening starting at 7.00pm in the Broxtowe Council Offices at the top of Foster Avenue, Beeston.  The … Continue reading

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BHOSPG -Report to BHCA AGM – relating to the old Golf Course Land

Bramcote Hills Open Space Protection Group (BHOSPG). Our Group has been in existence since 2009 when planning applications were made by the owners of the Golf Course for Houses on Thoresby Road and then another for a Car Wash on … Continue reading

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Comments on the Field Farm planning application by STRAG

Zoë Cockcroft and Nathalie Morelle write: Following the release of Field Farm from the Green Belt and the outline planning permission given for up to 450 houses in November 2014, a detailed planning application has been submitted by Westerman Homes to Broxtowe … Continue reading

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Old Golf Course Planning Application – Residents Wildlife Survey

We publish today  The Wildlife of Bramcote Hills  Survey that has been compiled by Phil Carter, a member of the RSPB and Nott’s Wildlife Trust from information provided by the Residents of Bramcote.  Earlier this week a copy of this was … Continue reading

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Future Use of Land in the Bramcote Hills – Moor Lane Area

Bramcote Hills Community Association is keenly following potential developments regarding the future use of land in the Bramcote Hills – Moor Lane area. The chair of the Association’s Planning Committee, Paul Nathanail and the Chair of the Association, Steve Austin, … Continue reading

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Broxtowe Borough Council Planning Committee Meeting 11 November

The agenda for the Planning Committee Meeting is published at this link and does not contain any reference to the planning application to construct a retirement village on the old Golf Course Land.

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‘Open Spaces Society’

The national Open Spaces Society have been in existence for over 150 years. They can help communities who wish to identify and create Open Spaces for future generations to enjoy.   Click here.

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