Alastair Greene is inviting you to a Zoom meeting on Monday 19th April at 8pm.
lgpc agenda April 2021
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Just to warn you of a number of roadworks going on including potential road closures.
Pedley Hill, towards Studham. Today until Friday. Just over the crossroads at the bottom of the hill, heading from Hudnall to Studham, possible road closure, may be dealing with that flood issue, you might need to change your route.
Beacon Road Ringshall, They are dealing with the Phase2 flooding works and at some stage over the next week or so may need to close the road in that vicinity, look out for warning signs.
Ringshall to Berkhamsted Road (B4506) Some surface dressing work may cause delays this week.
Hudnall Lane (between junction with Nettleden Road and Hudnall Common/Grovells junction). Some Surface dressing works. Contractors board says road may be closed 9.30am to 4.00pm 8th – 10th April, ie. Thursday to Saturday.
TELEFONICA MAST PROPOSAL
Just to advise that the promoter has extended the pre-application consultation period for the mast until 21st April. If you have not already given us your view please do so. Hard copy of proposal is on the notice board at the shop and a digital copy is on the Parish Council web site.
The Parish Council and residents hired a cherry picker last week to see what a 25 metre mast would look like. It was very obvious from a number of sensitive locations in the village. A report is being compiled on this matter at the moment and it will be discussed at the next Parish Council meeting on 19th April.
Telefonica / O2 are proposing to install a 25 metre high mast at Holly Tree Farm off Hudnall Lane, to fill a gap in the network for Smart meter operation and to provide a mobile phone service. The Parish Council has been sent details of the proposal and we would like your feedback prior to the next Parish Meeting on 15th March.
Please speak to any of the Councillors or email the Clerk on the address below
Details and a Q&A can be found below. The Parish Council will add documents and further information as soon as it is available.
Please note that the consultation period offered to the Parish Council in the letter from the promoter Cornerstone has been extended to 5th April.
Continue reading “Telecommunications Mast proposed in Hudnall”
Just a reminder that if you have not already done so the consultation period ends at 11.59pm Sunday 28th Feb, i.e. tomorrow night.
The new Dacorum Local Plan is where the decisions on planning for the future of our communities and the borough will be made. It sets out where new homes will be built and what employment land, new community facilities and infrastructure will be needed – including new schools and transport improvements.
To comment go online and look at Strategic Planning on the Dacorum web site or please use the link below.
New Dacorum Local Plan (to 2038)
The Parish Council has objected to the extent of the proposed growth across the Borough. Please see details in attachments below.
LGPC response dacorum-local-plan-emerging-strategy-for-growth-
Official Copy (Title Plan) – Church Road HD585617(15079558.1)
The Parish Council has also jointly responded with other Parish Councils objecting to the Local Plan, please see the attachment below.
Joint letter to DBC v1.0
DRAFT DACORUM LOCAL PLAN 2020-2038
HAVE YOUR SAY
CONSULTATION PERIOD EXPIRES 28 FEBRUARY 2021
Dacorum Borough Council is in the process of preparing a plan for future development in Dacorum covering the period from now until 2038. Dacorum has just published the plan and wants to get the views of local residents.
This is a major piece of work which will determine the future housing and infrastructure development in our area for the next twenty years. All Parish and Town Councils and interested societies and groups will make responses to the consultation and individuals are being encouraged to make their own responses. This is your opportunity to say what you think about the plan and influence the way our area is developed.
Continue reading “Important note regarding Dacorum’s Development Plans”
The Parish Council is using the process of co-option to identify and select a new Councillor.
Continue reading “We are recruiting a new Councillor”
A new application has been submitted to repair and reinstate fencing at Plot 17, just opposite the Church.
If anyone wishes to comment on the application, or see comments already submitted by others, you can use this link to get to the right place on the Dacorum Planning system.
20/03636/FUL | Replacement fencing | Plot 17 Land South East Of Church Road Little Gaddesden Hertfordshire (dacorum.gov.uk)
The Parish Council is preparing a response for consideration at the next Parish Council meeting on 21st December. The draft for consideration is attached below.
Plot 17 Church Road response – 20-03636-FUL- 17th December 2020 v2
“Under the new Track & Trace system some of us may be asked to self isolate and we would encourage you to do so. Your local community volunteers are more than happy to support you. If you need help with shopping, medicines or just a friendly chat on the phone either contact your local volunteer or the coordinators- Wendy Molloy (07771 762505 / 01442 843215) or Sarah Gall ( 07717 068280 / 01442 842422)
All requests will be treated with the utmost confidence.”
WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO SUPPORT AND MAKE USE OF THIS EXCELLENT COMMUNITY INITIATIVE. THANK YOU TO WENDY AND SARAH FOR THEIR CONTINUED EFFORTS.
The Council would like to publicise a planning application opposite the Church in Church Road, where the applicant wants to erect fencing, create a new access to the road and relocate the route of the footpath that comes out opposite the Church. People are concerned that allowing the application would set a precedent for how the rest of the land is used, the threat being the creation of multiple accesses to Church Road and fencing criss-crossing the historic open pasture land.
The Parish Council have responded (attached) and although the official response time has for the Parish Council has now passed any comments made by members of the public are taken into consideration for a while yet.
Plot 17 Church Road response 20-01927-FUL- 5th August
The link below takes you to the application within Dacorum’s Planning system where people can respond or if they prefer can send in letters with their comments to Briony Curtain, Lead Planning Officer Development Management, Dacorum Borough Council, The Forum, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead. HP1 1DN
Whilst we can’t all celebrate special events the way we would all want to at the moment, it is still the 75th anniversary of VE day on 8th May.
Here are some ideas to commemorate the formal acceptance by the Allies of World War II of Nazi Germany’s unconditional surrender of armed forces on 8 May 1945.
The government’s official website – ve-vjday75.gov.uk/get-involved – has lots of downloadable resources, including bunting and posters to colour in, 1940’s style menus and instructions on how to Lindy Hop by way of exercise!
Do also have a look at the Royal British Legion website – https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/get-involved/remembrance/remembrance-events/ve-day-75?seg=WPDW3B which has details of:
• A live VE Day 75 livestream at 11.15am – with national moments of Remembrance and thanksgiving, including a Two Minute Silence
• The Words to We’ll Meet Again (see below)
• A VE Day learning pack for children aged 7-14 years.
As a Village I hope you will join the members of the Parish Council and the British Legion in:-
• Putting out Union Jack bunting and waving flags.
• At 3pm, giving a cheer (or even raising a glass) and checking the skies in case the VE plane with its VE Day banner is coming our way
• At 9pm, leaving your doorsteps and joining in a country-wide rousing rendition of “We’ll Meet Again” (which takes on a whole new resonance in these times).