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Referendum Success. Thank you to Edenthorpe residents!

Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Planning Referendum

Edenthorpe residents, thank you to all of you who took the time to vote and answer the question, “Do you want Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Edenthorpe to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?” The turnout was a 29.65% , which is one of the highest turnouts in Doncaster for a Neighbourhood Plan Referendum.

The results gave a positive outcome for the document which will now be used for future planning applications in Edenthorpe. The votes of yes were 950, votes of no  -190,  with 23 rejected ballot papers.

Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan will now be formally adopted by Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council.

Paul Bissett (Chair of Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan working group) would like to give his thanks to Luke Brown (Consultant), Chris Hall (DMBC Planning Officer),  A Flanagan  (Clerk for Edenthorpe Parish Council) and to all those involved with the working party – we did it!

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Census 2021

Myth Buster!

I received and email today from Doncaster MBC, who  would like to thank everyone for the great work  done in  communities for the Census so far. To further encourage anyone who has not yet returned their paper questionnaire or submitted their Census digitally, the Office for National Statistics has prepared a ‘Myth Buster’ including information about scams, which is attached.

ONS – census 2021 – myth buster

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council ONS Liaison Officer Laurance  Green (phone number 07452 940363 or email Laurance.green11@field.census.gov.uk)

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Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Development Plan

Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Planning Referendum

Edenthorpe residents, use your vote to answer the question, “Do you want Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Edenthorpe to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?”

Please note that there is a new venue for the Polling Station on Church Balk/Sunnyside of Edenthorpe. If you reside at that side of Thorne Rd, your new polling station will be the Church Balk Centre/Scout Hut, Off Marian Rd, Edenthorpe, DN3 2PT. It is the building next to The Howard Pavilion, go through the gates and walk past the Howard Pavilion to the building in front of you.

A Referendum relating to the adoption of the Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan will be held on Thursday 6th May 2021. If you are already registered to vote in local elections and live in the Edenthorpe Parish Ward, you will be eligible to vote in this Referendum. The Referendum expenses limit that will apply in relation to the Referendum is £2,593.28  The number of persons entitled to vote in the Referendum by reference to which that limit has been calculated is 3,925 electors.

The Referendum will be conducted in accordance with procedures which are similar to those used at local government elections.

 

How to vote

The question which will be asked in the Referendum is:

Do you want Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Edenthorpe to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?

A Poll Card will be delivered to all registered electors of the Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan area around 31 March 2021, therefore if you do not receive a poll card it could mean that you may not be on the register. Make sure you register  to vote by Monday 19 April 2021. Please check your poll card for your usual polling station or visit our Find my Polling Station link for directions.

The deadline for applying for or changing a postal vote is 5.00pm on 20 April 2021.

Key Dates

 

Information Statement

Edenthorpe Information Statement-1 
Download (85KB – PDF)

Boundary Map

Edenthorpe Parish Boundary 
Download (1.26MB – PDF)

Notices:

Notice of Referendum – Edenthorpe 
Download (85KB – PDF)

Specified Documents:

Modified Neighbourhood Plan

Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Version 
Download (8.15MB – PDF)

Decision Statement

i Edenthorpe Decision Statement 
Download (588KB – PDF)

Examiners Report

ii Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan Examiners Report 
Download (701KB – PDF)

Summary of the representations submitted to the independent examiner

iii Summary of Representations submitted to the examiner – Edenthorpe 
Download (141KB – PDF)

Statement from the Council relating to basic conditions and provision

iv Statement from the Council relating to basic conditions and provision 
Download (195KB – PDF)

General Information on Town and County Planning

v Edenthorpe – General Information on Town and County Planning 
Download (328KB – PDF)
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577 houses planned for Land East of Mere Lane

Have your Say!

I have today, received this email from Senior Planner at Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners Ltd regarding the housing proposed for Mere Lane. This was strongly opposed by Edenthorpe Parish Council, Doncaster MBC and many residents. However, Central Government gave the permission for the application to proceed.

Please see attached leaflet which many residents will have received through their doors.

MA40968 Mere Lane, Edenthorpe – A5 Leaflet – Mar21

“I am writing to inform you of a public consultation that is currently underway for Reserved Matters applications relating to the outline approval for the development of approximately 600 homes on land at Mere Lane, Edenthorpe. A copy of the consultation leaflet, which has been sent to local residents, is attached to this email. The leaflet provides information about the proposed details of the application and includes a link to a consultation website that has been set up to provide further information about the proposals and gives an opportunity for residents to leave feedback”.

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Preview event for Danum Gallery, Library and Museum

Wednesday 17th March 2021 at 2pm

Here is the link you’ve been waiting for, the link that will allow you to join us for the preview event for the Danum Gallery, Library and Museum: https://www.heritagedoncaster.org.uk/dglam/

The event will premiere ONLINE at 2.00pm on Wednesday 17th March 2021.  However, if you are unavailable at this time it’s not a problem, as the event can be viewed at any time to suit you after the premiere and will remain online for some time into the future.

The Online Preview will allow you to take a self-guided tour of the building by navigating through each floor, stopping to view one of the many links to mini tours, descriptive narrative of exhibits and lots more information about the building in general.

Please note that this is an online event only and the building remains closed at present due to current Covid restrictions, but as soon as enjoy at your leisure.

Whilst this preview includes plenty of great content, be assured that there are many other fantastic things to see and do.  Whether you are a keen rail enthusiast, book reader, art lover, Doncastrian with a love for history or an ex-pupil keen to see how the Girl’s School has been restored, there is something for everyone.

Although you have been sent this link as one of our invited guests, the preview is open to everyone and we would like to ask you to share this link with anyone you feel might be interested in watching the preview; you may also share it on social media if you wish to.

We are sure you’ll agree that this will be yet another excellent attraction for both the people of Doncaster and for visitors across the region and beyond and we look forward to being able to welcome you in person very soon.

 

So make a date in your diary for 2pm Wednesday 17th, sit back and enjoy!

 

Kind regards

 

Events Team

Tel:       01302 736971

Email:   Doncaster.Events@doncaster.gov.uk

Address: Events Team, Learning & Opportunities Directorate, 4th Floor, Civic Office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU

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Thank you to local company.

Edenthorpe Sign back in place.

A huge hank you to Kane Fairclough and Michael Hope of 3 Elements construction Ltd. These guys have put Edenthorpe back on the map. The Edenthorpe entrance sign on Doncaster Rd was taken down last year by Michael Hope as it had become warped by the weather. He has had this straightened and the sign was put back by Kane yesterday. In addition, Kane has installed a water tap from Edenthorpe Allotments into the new Eden G Community Gardens for no charge whatsoever. Thank you so much 🙂 great guys, great village. 👏👍💪

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Vacancy alert for COVID-19 test centre support workers

Job opportunity.

https://www.advancedoncaster.co.uk/news/post.php?s=2021-01-06-covid19-test-centre-support-workers

Doncaster Council are launching the recruitment for COVID19 Test Centre Support Workers across various locations in Doncaster.

Could this be a role for you?

If you are passionate about supporting your local community, have excellent customer service skills and want a temporary role that helps make a difference to people’s lives, then we want to hear from you.

Life as a COVID 19 Test Centre Support Worker

As a COVID 19 Test Centre Support Worker you will be one of the teams providing rapid flow testing for Doncaster residents and partners. Your job will be to ensure the co-ordination of customers attending the centre and equipment required and will ensure the efficient testing of customers attending the centre

The master class will be delivered over Microsoft Teams. There will be two sessions available Friday 8th January and one on Friday 15th January 2021 at 1pm and will run for about an hour.

For guided support with the application process, register your interest.

Once you have registered on Eventbrite, the Advance team will email you with joining instructions. You will need to download Microsoft Teams onto your device to ensure you are able to join the session.

For more information please email advance@doncaster.gov.uk or give the team a call on 01302 735554 between 10am – 1pm.

Book your place by following the link – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/covid19-test-centre-support-workers-tickets-135679847075 – Friday 8th January

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/covid19-test-centre-support-workers-tickets-135680358605 – Friday 15th January