Re-Submitted Planning Application for 42 Properties at the Law College – Councillors’ Views
Following discussions with members of the public at the last Parish Council meeting (4th December) Councillors agreed to publish its views on the application as soon as practicable. This view is available in two formats as a pdf - Christleton Hall 2018 Resubmission Objection (this version will open in a new window) or a compressed form Christleton Hall 2018 Resubmission Objection that should be down loaded and unpacked. Both versions contain the same information. The Parish Council's view on the application was submitted to CW&C on the 10th December.
The previous post on the subject provided the information on how parishioners can register their own opinions
A planning application has been submitted to CWAC Planning for 42 dwellings at the site of Christleton Hall (The Law College) following their earlier application being turned down. The application reference number is 18/03803/FUL – to register any comments just visit the CWAC planning website
Permanent Poppy Wreath
A permanent reminder of the fallen from the village during the first world war has been commissioned. The poppy wreath will have 51 individual poppies with the initials of one of the fallen servicemen engraved on each poppy.
Thanks to CWAC Councillors Stuart & Margret Parker and Mr & Mrs David Cummings for their very generous donations toward the cost of this memorial, these are very gratefully received.
Update on Traffic within Christleton Village
The results of a traffic survey carried out in November 2017 measuring the effects of the 20-mph speed limit in the village has, at last, been received. These along with other initiatives carried out over the last few months will be analysed, and a full report will be given in due course
Funding of the King George's Fields
As part of Waitrose’s community charity campaign King Georges Field’s Trust has been chosen as one of the three charities for their November campaign. This is a great boost toward helping with the upkeep of the fields and particularly Little Heath Play Area, the ongoing maintenance of which takes a great deal of money.
The Trustee continues to find additional ways to raise funds to assist with the upkeep of the Playing Fields which includes Little Heath Play Area – Ideas and suggestions from residents would be welcome. Please contact the Clerk with your suggestions.
Annual Governance Statement and Audit Conclusions
The Parish Council is required to publish its Annual Governance Statement, the Notice of Conclusion of Audit and the External Auditors Report and Certificate. These documents can be viewed and/or down loaded using the links given below. The documents can also be viewed on the Parish Council's notice boards within the village.
Little Heath Play Area
There has been a number of occasions recently where older children have been requested not to use the play equipment. One peice of play equipment in the sand pit was broken as a result of such anti-social behavior which now requires and expensive repair. The play area was designed for infant and junior age groups.
There are still two vacancies on Christleton Parish Council waiting to be filled – YOU can help shape the future of your community by being part of a very active group of people working tirelessly on behalf of the residents of Christleton to keep the village a safe and pleasant environment for all who live there. – INTERESTED please contact the Clerk
Boughton Heath Allotment Colony
All plots are now occupied. When plots become vacant they are offered to those on the waiting list first before they are advertised more widely. To join the waiting list please contact the Clerk
The next meetings of King George's Fields Trustees and the Parish Council are on : Tuesday 4th December 2018 and 8th January 2019