Public Consultation to be held Wednesday 14th November 2018
We look forward to seeing you at Edenthorpe Community Centre between 5-8pm. Just drop in to have a look at the draft Neighbourhood area plan.
This is a document which will help shape the future of Edenthorpe. It has taken into consideration information given to us compiled from the resident and business surveys as well as those completed by the younger generation.
In follow up to the public consultation held on 26th September 2018, a planning application has been received – 18/02592/3OUTM. This is for 542 dwellings on Hungerhill Business Park, Herald Road, Edenthorpe.
Please see above site notice for details. Comments are invited by Doncaster MBC and must be submitted before 23rd November 2018.
We have informed Bristol Inspectorate of this application due to the ongoing appeal for Land East of Mere Lane.
Have your Say!
After attending the consultation on Monday I requested that the material be sent to me. Lauren Knox from WYG has forwarded the consultation board posters in electronic form.
Comment back to WYG either by email : firstname.lastname@example.org or by letter to WYG (Planning), Arndale Court, Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS6 2UJ before 10th October 2018.
Royal Mail tackle Scam Mail
I have received a letter today asking for help in raising awareness of scam mail in our local community. Royal Mail never knowingly deliver scam mail, it is illegal and targets the most vulnerable in society. It must be stopped.
If you are concerned that someone you know is in receipt of scam mail please contact Royal Mail.
- Write to Royal Mail at FREEPOST SCAM MAIL, enclosing any items that are suspected of being scam mail
- Call the Royal Mail Scam Mail Helpline 0800 0113 466
- Email email@example.com
We have received notification of a proposed new development on Hungerhill Lane. There will be a public consultation held at Edenthorpe Community Centre, Cedric Rd on Wednesday 26th September 2018 3pm -7pm. This is your chance to voice your opinion just pop in at a time to suit you.
We have notified Bristol Planning Inspectorate about this proposal and have received a response stating that it will be taken into consideration by the Secretary of State when deciding the outcome of the appeal inquiry -Land East of Mere Lane.
External auditors PKF Littlejohn LLP have completed and returned their review of our Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) for the year ended 31 March 2018. Please find these documents attached below.
Copies are available at a small charge.
Thursday 30th August 2018
Please join us for a clean up of Edenthorpe. Get everywhere spic and span for the bank holiday weekend.
Our next litter pick will be held on Thursday 30 August meeting in Tesco overflow car park at 1pm.
Our last litter pick was a huge success and we hope to hold regular events to ensure Edenthorpe stays tidy. Please join us if you can give some of your time to help our village.
In the meantime we would be very grateful if you could help keep the planters watered during this prolonged dry spell. They are looking splendid but do require a drink every now and again. The water retaining granules are doing their job thank goodness. Happy summer holidays to you all.
Thank you in advance.
I have been asked by the Stronger Communities Co-ordinator – Doncaster MBC, for people to report any anti-social behaviour straight to the police. It is so sad that Tesco Field (Far Field) is being developed for the youngsters to have fun and has taken into account all ages groups, yet some seem to be adamant that it should be damaged. Fences are constantly being pulled down and equipment broken. This is delaying the job.
The school summer holidays are almost here (such an exciting feeling which I still remember from my childhood) for playing out, having fun and spending time with friends and family. Please encourage your youngsters to enjoy their time out and about, stay safe and don’t break things. The time, effort and money spent on this scheme has been huge and we are so lucky.
If you are unfortunate enough to still witness anti-social behaviour in any of our areas of the village, please report immediately to police or DMBC tel: 01302 736000 who are also available 24/7.