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Fri, 12 Jun 2015 13:24 by Angie Daly
Irthlingborough Green Spaces
Irthlingborough Town Council would like to hear from you if you, your family, school, or community group, enjoy any of these green spaces in the Town: Les O'Dell park, the Central Recreation ground, Crow Hill Recreation ground, Parson's Green (near the Cross), the Rest Gardens (opposite Tony's). Let us know what you use them for and why they are special to you. More »
- Your input will form a vital part in Irthlingborough Town Council's application to East Northants District Council to give these green spaces extra protection by including them specifically in the East Northants Districts Council's Four Towns Plan.
- Shortly, we will also be inviting your suggestions on any other green spaces in Irthlingborough you would like to see included, along with the above, and given protection within our own Irthlingborough Neighbourhood Plan.
Please reply by email to email@example.com by Sunday 14th June.
Further information on both the Four Towns Plan and the Irthlingborough Neighbourhood Plan are available on the East Northamptonshire District Council website http://www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk » Less
Mon, 06 Apr 2015 09:00 by Angie Daly
Announcement regarding Planning Application EN/10/000857/OUT - Irthlingborough West
As residents may be aware on Monday 24th November Councillors on East Northamptonshire Council (ENC) Development Control Committee approved an Outline Planning application for the construction of 700 houses on the land between Wellingborough Road and Finedon Road. This site being known as Irthlingborough West. More »
Irthlingborough Town Council wrote to ENC to express their dissatisfaction and disappointment with regards to this decision, listing their reasons for concern. Advice has since been sought on measures that could be taken to reverse this decision.
The Town Council employed the services of an Independent Planning Consultant to determine whether there were legal grounds for this decision to be challenged. The report was completed by the Planning Consultant and was taken to the Town Council Meeting held on 10th March 2015. The conclusion of the report was that there were no grounds to challenge the resolution to approve the application.
The Town Council are strongly opposed to this decision in particular on the grounds of the lack of affordable housing, the inadequacy of the S106 contributions, concerns regarding the PFA process intended to fill the mines and changes to the groundwater regime which may impact on drainage.
However the decision was taken to accept the advice given and focus our efforts on the next stages. It must be remembered that at this moment in time this application is at the Outline Planning Stage, should detailed planning permission be sought the Town Council will be extremely vigilant to ensure that all agreed planning conditions are adhered to. The planning conditions for the site are extensive and can be found on the ENC website planning portal by visiting the following web page:
http://www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk/meetings/meeting/547/development_control_committee, the report listing these conditions can be found under the heading: Item 4 – Planning Application List Reports.
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Thu, 19 Mar 2015 13:42 by Angie Daly
7th May 2015 is the date of the General Election, but did you know it is also the date of the elections for East Northamptonshire Council and the Town Council.
The closing date for nominations for the Town Council is 4pm on Thursday 9th April 2015. Nomination papers must be hand delivered to East Northamptonshire Council, who organise the election process. Nomination papers will be available towards the end of March, and blank forms will be available from East Northamptonshire Council and the Council Office. More »
By 4pm on Friday 10th April a statement of persons nominated will be published by East Northamptonshire Council. If there are more candidates than there are seats there will be a contested election and electors will be able to vote for their preferred candidate on 7th May.
Further information is available on East Northamptonshire Councils website