Monthly Archives: September 2017
“Thinking Fuel” is a scheme run by Community Action Norfolk (previously Norfolk RCC) to maximise the power of bulk-buying to ensure the lowest possible prices for domestic heating oil. Details can be found by clicking here. Claxton Parish Council is a … Continue reading
George Lane Roundabout – Loddon When outline planning permission was granted for the construction of up to 200 houses on land to the north of George Lane in 2014, which included a new roundabout with the A146, Halsbury Homes, the … Continue reading
Meeting held on Wednesday 13 September 2017 in Claxton Village Hall at 7.30pm. In attendance: Councillor Pat Clare (Chair, presiding), Councillor David Hamblin, Councillor Mary Button, Councillor Jason Cantrill and Councillor Sarah Kennedy, and Mr Mike Balmer (Clerk). Also attending: … Continue reading
The Parish Council has committed to keep the Parish Plan updated as the situation changes. Below is the latest version. Sections in blue indicate changes since the last version (May 2017).
Broads Authority Peer Review The Broads Authority will be subject to a Peer Review in October 2017. See link to a Peer Review process http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20100402115940/http://www.idea.gov.uk/idk/aio/8748019 A Peer Review should involve all stakeholders and your Parish or part of your Parish … Continue reading
Barry’s September report can be read below.
South Norfolk Council are running free information sessions to help residents make the most of skills available within the community. These sessions are called Pick ‘N’ Mix Bitesize Learning and will be held on the last Thursday of every month, … Continue reading
Briefing by the Chief Executive of the Broads Authority To All Members and Members of Staff, Volunteers, Parish Councils and Stakeholders As you would expect August has been a really busy month out in the Broads. Last week was particularly … Continue reading
The Better Broadband for Norfolk programme has issued a new briefing note which is set out below. Readers should bear in mind the information provided earlier this year, which is that the installation of roadside fibre-optic cabinets will begin in October … Continue reading
South Norfolk Council have issued new guidance to every household about what can – and can’t – be recycled. See the extracts below and check out here. Paper Newspapers and magazines White and coloured paper Greetings cards (without glitter) Envelopes … Continue reading