Parish Council News
Parish Clerk vacancy
After 17 years in the post the current Clerk has decided that it is time to pass the baton and, following her retirement, Waltham St Lawrence Parish Council is inviting applicants to apply for the position with effect from 1 April 2017.
Attached the Adoption Notice, CIL Charging Schedule, Examiners Report and Full Council Report for the adoption of the Community Infrastructure levy.
Adoption Notice - RBWMDepositLetterAdoption.pdf
Charging Schedule - CILChargingSchedule.pdf
Examiner's Report - CILInspectorFinalReport.pdf
Full Council Report - FullCouncilReport10-08-2016.pdf
WSL Parish Council
Hurley and the Walthams Neighbourhood Plan: Submission Plan (June 2016) will be available for you to view and comment between the following dates:
Start date: 21/07/16 08:00
End date: 02/09/16 16:45
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The Inspector's report on RBWM's CIL Draft Charging Schedule and supporting documents is here.
The notice to electors advising that electors may request to see the financial records of the Council for the year 2015-16 during the period from 6th June to 15th July together with a copy of the Annual Return submitted to the external auditors is featured in the link below.
During this period electors can inspect the accounts, ask questions of the auditors or make an objection. Any question or objection must be raised within the 30 day inspection period
Please contact the Clerk if you wish to exercise your rights.
The unaudited Annual Return may be subject to change.
Proposal for development of an open space at Shurlock Road.
'The Parish Council, in association with the Royal Borough, is exploring options for creating an open space for residents using 13 acres of council-owned land off the Shurlock Road. This open space would be freely accessible and include grassland with footpaths, a children's play area, picnic benches, a pond, parking facilities and secure perimeter fencing. The parking area would have a height restricted access.
The aims of the development would be to provide public access for informal recreation while retaining and enhancing the established wildlife potential. The Shurlock Road grassland site is part of a Wildlife Heritage Site/Local Wildlife Site and comprises an area of largely unimproved, herb-rich grassland of high biodiversity importance.
The land would be leased from RBWM for a peppercorn rent. The proposal would be implemented in 2 stages. The first stage costs would be funded using existing S106 funds in combination with a capital bid. The second stage, making a pond and wetland area plus enhancing footpaths in well used areas, would be dependent on attracting external funding based on the work establishes in stage 1.
The annual maintenance costs identified by RBWM appear to be higher than expected and the PC will endeavour to investigate those costs further to see if they can be reduced by using our own contractors.
Consultation Closes 26th February 2016
COMMUNITY WARDEN NEWSLETTER. JANUARY 2016.
Welcome to this month’s newsletter.
It is that time of year when old rivalries on the rugby home nations international stage come to the front even though we English have to put up with an Australian who lost a World Cup final against us.
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