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26.12.16

Diana Patterson

New email from Pat Read.
The Great Lane planning application will be considered by the Planning Committee on 12.01.2017 at Melton Borough Council Civic Suite, Burton Street, Melton Mowbray, LE13 1GH commencing at 6:00 pm.
Ref: 16/000491/OUT/
 Link to email

    16.12.16

 Diana Patterson

Received today via email from Pat Reid. We have 21 days to respond:

Ref: 16/000491/OUT/
I refer to the above planning application.Please note that the application is no longer being considered by the Development Committee on 22.12.2016. as previously advised.You will be informed of the revised date for the consideration by the Development Committee of this application in due course.Please accept my apologies for any inconvenience caused.

04.12.16

Susan Norledge

Please find attached the agenda for the public meeting on Thursday 8th December at 7.00 pm in the village hall.The meeting is to share the draft Melton Local Plan and find out how you can make comments on the plan.
Frisby meeting 8_12_16 poster.pdf
 

15.11.16

Lisa Bailey

Please find attached the LTD questionnaire results presentation from the PC meeting last night
Ltds Questionnaire Results pdf 15.11.16.pdf
 

04.11.16

Susan Norledge

The Limits to Development questionnaires have been validated & counted and the count has been independently verified as being correct. Any one who would like to come and count the questionnaires is cordially invited to do so during the w/c November 7th, please call Lisa Bailey on 434297 to arrange a mutually convenient time. The results of the questionnaires will be shared by NPAC on November 15th at the Parish Council Meeting

28.09.16

Susan Norledge


Attached is leaflet regarding the public meeting on Wednesday 9th November at 7.00. The meeting is being held to enable villages to give their views on the Cooks site and the Water Lane site planning applications.
Leaflet re planning application cooks. waterlane 1.doc
 

27.10.16

Siobhan Desmond-Noble

The application for outline planning permission for the Land on Water Lane is now available for viewing on the Melton Borough Council planning portal. The reference is 16/00740/OUT

 22.10.16

Lisa Bailey


Frisby Future members a quick update, due to half term and people being on holidays we are going to extend the deadline for collection of questionaires to Wednesday 26th October. NPAC will then conduct a count by 2 members, which will be independently witnessed by members of the community, a separate verification count by a resident of the village will then be undertaken. The plan will then be to extend an invitation to everyone in the village that anyone who wishes to come and count the returns themselves is most welcome to do so, it is envisaged this will be w/c November 7th for that week.
 

22.10.16

Lisa Bailey

At out meeting on October 4th NPAC will doing one the most important tasks of the Neighbourhood Plan process, we are going to present the options that the village has for the Limits of Development (our NEW village boundary) which will accommodate the 78 houses we are required to build, these will become our boundaries for our Neighbourhood Plan. We as a village need to pick our site(s) of preference to be able to deliver these houses SO ITS VITAL EVERYONE HAS THEIR SAY.

Please do join us if you can as your views/opinions really do matter, the meeting starts at 7.30 at the Methodist Hall, look forward to seeing you then
 

28.09.16

Susan Norledge

Good morning - please find attached the agenda for the next meeting of the Neighbourhood Planning Advisory Committee meeting to be held on Tuesday 4th October at 7.30 pm in the Methodist Hall.

22.09.16

Susan Norledge

Good morning, attached are some updates on the current situation on the Melton Local Plan.
There are two documents

Potential Map of Frisby developments.png

Local Plan update 21.09.16 (4).docx

22.09.16

Susan Norledge

Good morning, attached are some updates on the current situation on the Melton Local Plan.
There are two documents below:
 

Local Plan update 21.09.16 (4).docx
 

 

 

 

20.09.16

Martin Smith

Hello to members of frisby's future.
I recently spotted a letter to the Observer newspaper , published some days ago which seemed to illustrate NPAC/FPC's problems with influencing any control over new developements around the village. This article was reportedly written by a member of the Cheltenham planning dept.
"..........In my experience, planners deserve big hugs owing to the hard time they have controlling aggressive developers. Many pieces of land selected by developers for housing lie on the outskirts of existing villages. A typical developer submits an outline appl. that raises many objections and reveals areas of concern. The planning authority and elected councillors are then quite likely to refuse permission.
The developer then returns with an amended plan and a full appl. The authority may well refuse permission again, and for good reasons.
the developer then appeals and brings along his legal team , headed by a top barrister to present their case to a government inspector at a public hearing. The council and residents probably have limited funds, so are in some difficulty, and the developer has a good chance of getting his way. This is how developers are really in charge of where new homes are being built, and not the planners. I suggest we should give planners greater powers to encourage design and development of entirely new villages with proper infrastructure rather than ruin existing ones by adding more ,,,,bit by bit!............."
this reminds of the possible site in Brooksby....MBC again refused on the basis of sustainability several months ago. Then there is Great Dalby airfield site....wouldn't upset anybody !
In reality the we getting very close to Melton borough council confirming that Frisby will be subjected to an additional 78 new homes , likely to be built within the next few years.
 
Lisa Bailey is doing a great job in organising the Frisby NPAC and helpers......currently involved in traffic surveys, drainage , primary school investigations which could persuade MBC that 78 extra homes in Frisby is just not sustainable. Trouble is MBC is under great pressure to get new house building on the move.
So maybe it's a good idea , whilst the NPAC + is collecting evidence ,..that villagers could bombard MBC with their opposition based on the likelyhood that the village could not sustain so many additional vehicles,extra effluent/pressure on drains , full school, Frisby is not a village any more. etc.

19.09.16

Lisa Bailey


The latest decision from the communities secretary should give us heart in the importance of our neighbourhood plan. the decision resulted in the refusal of a 100 house scheme even without a 5 year land supply.......

16.09.16

Jacqueline Ellis


Last day or comments on the Great Lane Planning Application.

Bumping up the reminder from Susan Norledge - Just to remind everyone that the deadline for making comments on the Great Lane planning applications is 17th September. The comments can be made online atpublicaccess.melton.gov.uk/online-applications. The planning application reference is 16/00491/ outline planning application for residential development, land off Great Lane, Frisby on the Wreake. Comments can also be made by email to externaldevelopmentcontrol@melton.gov.uk. All villagers are encouraged to make their views on the development known

11.09.16

Mike Ayres


Lisa
, Sue
Further to Sue's reminder to respond with individual views on the Great Lane site, are you able to confirm that the village's collective view as obtained through the Village Survey earlier this year will be taken into account by MBC?
This was supplied before the deadline that they imposed but I am unclear what acknowledgement, if any, was received from them. Are you able to advise?
I note that the NPAC are in an evidence gathering stage at the moment. I believe that it was accepted in an open meeting that the Village Survey is an extremely important piece of evidence and I trust that it will be referred to by both the NPAC and the PC whenever relevant.
 
Susan Norledge Hi Mike - just to confirm that MBC acknowledged receipt of the Frisby on the Wreake Community consultation document on 3.6.16 in a letter and the Chief Executive confirmed that it had been passed onto the Local Plan staff.
 

Lisa Bailey Mike ther involvement is solely to proof read our evidence and views as a village and to make it legally compliant as a final neighbourhood plan document. They are not being engaged to produce any further surveys or evidence for the village On behalf of the village. Their role is one of facilitator and to produce a legally compliant plan from our information that we supply to them.

 

Mike Ayres Thanks for clarifying that Lisa. They are still very fortunate to be getting more chargeable work.
 

 08.09.16

Susan Norledge

Just to remind everyone that the deadline for making comments on the Great Lane planning applications is 17th September. The comments can be made online at publicaccess.melton.gov.uk/online-applications. The planning application reference is 16/00491/ outline planning application for residential development, land off Great Lane, Frisby on the Wreake. Comments can also be made by email to externaldevelopmentcontrol@melton.gov.uk. All villagers are encouraged to make their views on the development known.

Simple search MBC Planning

 08.09.16

Susan Norledge


attached are the draft minutes from the NPAC meeting held on 5.9.16. The next meeting will be on 4.10.16 at 7.30 venue to be confirmed.

06.09.16

Lisa Bailey

Please see the presentation which has been updated with all the volunteer information from last nights NPAC meeting. Please let us know if you want to join any of the workstreams.

NPAC presentation 5.9.16.pptx

 04.09.16

Susan Norledge

The next meeting of the Neighbourhood Plan Advisory Committee will be held on Monday 5th September at 7.30 in the Methodist Hall. Come along and hear what the Committee have been doing and how you can become involved.

Agenda:  05 2016 September.doc
 

 30.08.16

Susan Norledge

Just to remind everyone that the public meeting to enable the Parish Council to hear the villagers views on the Great Lane Development proposal, is being held on Wednesday 31st August at 7.00 pm in the Village Hall. Pat Reid who is the MBC planning officer will be in attendance. He will be able to give some information on how the application will be determined in the current policy context. 

25.08.16

Susan Norledge


STOP PRESS - MBC have agreed to send Mr Pat Reid to the public meeting on Wednesday 31st August to discuss the Great Lane Planning application. He is the Planning Officer for the application and will be able to give some information on how the application will be determined in the current policy context and listen to comments made.

The meeting is being held in the Village Hall and will start at 7.00 pm.

20.08.16

Siohan Desmon-Noble


This leaflet will shortly be dropping through village doors, inviting the community to attend the Public Consultation for the Water Lane site. A busy day for the village it seems with the consultation open from 2.30pm to 7pm in the Methodist Chapel 31st August. There will be technical experts on hand to answer any queries. The village will have the chance to select from two options for the site, both of which will make a provision for village hall parking if supported.

Thank you in advance

 

 

 

18.08.16

Lisa Bailey

This will be coming through your door any day soon, do look out for it and please take the time to read to have your say....
Leaflet re planning application August 2016.docx

 

 

 

13.08.16

Lisa Bailey

Please see attached the minutes of the last NPAC meeting held on August 9th 2016. 9th august mins NPAC 1 (4).doc

 

 

 

10.08.16

Lisa Bailey

The next NPAC meeting is on September 5th at 7.30 venue tbc. All NPAC meetings are open to the public with opportunities for you to become involved in the Neighbourhood Plan and the agenda will be posted beforehand. Minutes of last nights meeting will be posted once they are issued.v