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Those people who regularly use the Common Land at the junction of Meadowfield and Painshawfield Roads may have noticed some work has been done to improve this amenity.
Members of the Estate Committee have removed a number of seedlings which have grown over the years into sizeable trees, paths have been mown around the area and also into the centre of the common to facilitate walking and material from these has been placed in the corner a to encourage wildlife. One of the large trees which was not in good order has also been removed by a tree surgeon.
The Committee would propose that benches are placed beside the path at suitable points and would like to extend an invitation to anyone who would like to have a memorial bench placed on the Common Land to approach the secretary with their proposal.

By |August 10th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Quarterly Report

Quarterly Report – April to June 2018
The following is a summary of the main activities of the Estate Committee over the last 3 months.
The committee were delighted to receive so much interest from Covenantors willing to join the committee around the time of the AGM. Peter Strike and Mark Nicholson kindly volunteered before the AGM and were duly elected. In addition, following the AGM, another 4 Covenantors expressed interest and have since been ‘co-opted’ by the committee and will be formally elected at the 2019 AGM.
This more than covers those committee members who recently stepped down after many years of service and increases the committee to 17 members.
The number of planning applications submitted to the committee so far this year has been markedly down on previous years. There is no obvious explanation for this although it has given the committee a chance to catch up on a few items (such as outstanding completion certificates) and to consider how to improve the amenity of the common land which the committee is also responsible for.
The committee decided to have a pine tree removed on the common as it showed signs of damage and as such was potentially dangerous. In addition, a number of smaller tasks have been undertaken by committee members to try and improve the area. There is still a lot of work to do but hopefully people will start to notice improvements during the summer which can then be built upon over the coming years.
As the committee hold personal data on residents, a review of how this is held and who has access to it has been carried out to ensure compliance with the new GDPR legislation. As a result, a privacy […]

By |July 10th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Agenda for Estate Committee meeting June 2018

NOTICE OF MEETING

A meeting of the Estate Committee will be held on Wednesday
20th June 2018 in the Baptist Church Upper Hall at 7:30 pm

Agenda

1. Apologies for absence
2. Welcome to new Committee Members

3. Minutes of the Meeting held on 9th May 2018.

4. Matters arising from May meeting.

5. Planning Applications:

5.1. Applications Pending
• None

5.2. New Applications Received
• Leahurst, 15 Birches Nook Road – Replacement timber garage and new Velux window on rear extension

6. P3s Requested:
• The Woodway, 15 Batt House Road – Garden Shed

7. Any new homeowners?

8. Improving Common Land Amenity

9. Data Protection and new GDPR legislation

10. Bin List

11. AOB

12. Next Meeting: Wednesday 11th July 2018

By |July 10th, 2018|Uncategorized|