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Station Road closure

Tue, 30 Jan 2018 16:02 by Alison McLaven

Network Rail are requiring to close either side of the railway bridge structure on Station Road in Isham to carry out vegetation clearance works. It is expected that this short section of road will be closed for one night on the 10th February 2018 between 22.00 and 06.00.

A plan showing the closure can be viewed here https://roadworks.org?tm=104713103

if you require more information about the works please contact Vicky Cranning on 01792 775750.

Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert

Mon, 29 Jan 2018 11:26 by Alison McLaven

The have relaunched our police message alert system Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert . This system will help people living and working in Northamptonshire be much better informed about crime and police activity in their local area, and keep their communities safe.

The messaging service, called Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert (formerly known as Community Connect), now has greater functionality than previously, allowing frontline officers to send alert messages direct from their mobile devices to thousands of local people. They will be able to do this in real-time while they are out and about policing the county. More »

The alert service is simple to activate by registering at www.northamptonshireneighbourhoodalert.co.uk and is available to anyone living or working in Northamptonshire. After signing up to the messaging system, people will receive regular alerts from Northamptonshire Police, Neighbourhood Watch and other partner organisations, keeping them up to date and informed about crime and issues relevant to them and the area where they live or work.

Alerts are received either by email, text message or voice message – whichever suits. People will also be given the option of what they want to receive alerts about, and how often – they will only receive messages about topics that they have selected. Signing up the messaging service is really simple and quick. The alert system is completely secure and registration is free. To register with Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert visitwww.northamptonshireneighbourhoodalert.co.uk

The alerts have the added benefit of having a reply option, so residents can contact the sender of the alert to provide further info or ask any queries. This really promotes engagement between police and the community.

The types of alert messages people receive depends on the categories they select. For example, if people choose 'Farm and Rural Watch' as an area of interest, they will receive information relevant to this area. You can pick multiple areas of interest, such as business, vehicles, animals and more, as well as different areas of the county – the choice is down to the individual.

The neighbourhood policing team are committed to sending regular updates, so it will benefit residents a great deal by signing up. » Less

Appeal for planning application at the Lilacs- dismissed

Appeal for planning application at the Lilacs- dismissed

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 09:52 by Alison McLaven

This appeal has been dismissed


Site address: Land to the rear of The Lilacs, 39 Church Street, Isham, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN14 1HD

Description of development: Erection of one pair of semi-detached three bedroom houses together with boundary walls, cycle parking, refuse storage and alterations to car park served by improved access from Church Street More »

Application reference: WP/17/00154/FUL

Appellant's name: Hawthorn Leisure Limited

Appeal reference: APP/H2835/W/17/3180300

Appeal start date: 11 September 2017

I refer to the above details. An appeal has been made to the Secretary of State against the decision of Borough Council of Wellingborough to refuse to grant planning permission.

The appeal will be determined on the basis of written representations. The procedure to be followed is set out in Part 2 of The Town and Country Planning (Appeals) (Written Representations Procedure) (England) Regulations 2009, as amended.

We have forwarded all the representations made to us on the application to the Planning Inspectorate and the appellant. These will be considered by the Inspector when determining the appeal.

If you wish to make comments, or modify/withdraw your previous representation, you can do so on the Planning Portal at https://www.gov.uk/appeal-planning-inspectorate or by emailing East3@pins.gsi.gov.uk. If you do not have access to the internet, you can send three copies to:

Lucie Rozsos

The Planning Inspectorate

Room 3K - Kite, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Bristol, BS1 6PN

All representations must be received by 16 October 2017. Any representations submitted after the deadline will not usually be considered and will be returned. The Planning Inspectorate does not acknowledge representations. All representations must quote the appeal reference.

Please note that any representations you submit to the Planning Inspectorate will be copied to the appellant and this local planning authority and will be considered by the Inspector when determining the appeal.

The appeal documents are available for inspection at the One Stop Shop, Tithe Barn Road, Wellingborough, NN8 1BP between 8.30 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. Monday to Wednesday, 9.30 a.m. to 5 00 p.m. Thursdays and 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Fridays. The documents can be inspected on the public computer terminals available. Alternatively you can go to our website at www.wellingborough.gov.uk and view the documents by using the online planning application search facility.

You can get a copy of one of the Planning Inspectorate's "Guide to taking part in planning appeals" booklets free of charge from the Planning Portal at https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/taking-part-in-a-planning-listed-building-or-enforcement-appeal.

When made, the decision will be published on the Planning Portal. » Less



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