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Covering Letter Hemswell Cliff Living Environment Survey
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Local Councillor Initiative Fund Application forms, criteria and deadline for submissions

Core strategy gets the green light at committee meeting

The Community Assets Fund

Wind Farm Projects

 

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Local Councillor Initiative Fund Application forms, criteria and deadline for submissions

The Local Councillor Initiative Fund allows each District Councillor to put forward proposals for expenditure in their Ward to fund projects and initiatives which benefit the local community. All applications submitted are considered and assessed against how they contribute towards the Themes, Priorities and Outcomes in the Corporate Plan 2011/14.

Applicants should talk to their Ward Councillor first about their project and gain written approval before making a formal application.

Councillor's Initiative Fund Criteria terms and conditions

Application Form

Councillors Initiatve Fund [ CIF] allocations for 2011 /12

 

Newsline Funding to help maintain newsletter £400.00
Sunshine Club, Willoughton Supporting the sunshine club for elderly residents. £200.00
St Lawrence Church Corringham Tea making servery and toilet with full disables facilities £1,000.00
Willoughton Local History Society Purchase of large projector screen £200.00
Hemswell Cliff Residents Group Banner Signs £300.00
Springline Support Group, Springthorpe Repairs to the bell frame £450.00
All Saints Heapham P.C.C Refurbishment of Tower room

£250.00

Corringham Team Jubilee Diamond Jubilee Celebration £230.00
Tuesday Club, Wiloughton Replacement equipment £496.32
Corringham CLP Team Funding to start a community led plan £165.00
Corringham Parish Council Printing of the community newsletter £380.00

 

Grants awarded 2013/ 14

CAB Citizens Advice Bureau £100

Hemswell Cliff £2k towards a match funding application for chairs for community use at Hemswell Cliff Primary School

 

 

Core strategy gets the green light at committee meeting

A document shaping development through central Lincolnshire over the next 20 years has been given approval.

The Central Lincolnshire Joint Strategic Planning Committee, made up of representatives from North Kesteven District Council, City of Lincoln Council, West Lindsey District Council and Lincolnshire County Council, gave the Core Strategy for the area the green light on Monday.

Under the proposals, up to 42,800 homes will be built in Central Lincolnshire over the next 20 years, with supporting infrastructure alongside.

Maps indicate proposed development in Corringham, Heapham, Hemswell, Hemswell Cliff and Grayingham

It has something to say on Renewable Energy which will be pof great interest in the Hemswell Ward in the light of the proposed wind farms.

People will have the chance to have a say on the proposals and submit formal representations when a six-week period gets underway on 29th July.

Coun Ric Metcalfe, chairman of the committee, said: “This is a long-term plan to give people the jobs and homes they need in communities that are self-sufficient with all their needs for transport, goods and services met.”

Final Core Strategy Committee Version

 

The Community Assets Fund

A dedicated website has been set up for the Fund at:www.communityassetsfund.org.uk

Plunkett Foundation Helpline:
Telephone 01993 810730

 

Wind Farm Planning Applications

Wind farm planning application for land at Hemswell Cliff

Consultation starts for windfarm in West Lindsey

Update November 2012

Consultation opens on revised wind farm proposals

 

Hemswell Cliff Wind Farm Planning Application Update June 2013

This Planning Application is making progress. Research is well underway on several areas namely; Landscaping, Radar and Archaeology. Reports will be submitted in due course.

WLDC has indicated, that the application may be determined at a specially convened meeting in the Autumn of 2013, at the Epic Centre, Lincolnshire Show Ground.

WLDC is hoping to stage another consultation roadshow in the Hemswell Ward during the summer.

If you are for the Wind Farm Project or opposed please submit your letter to WLDC as soon as possible giving appropriate reasons related to the merits of Planning Application.

For more information access the WLDC Website.

 

Update on Hemswell Cliff Wind Farm Planning Application Reference No. 128940

RWE have finally provided West Lindsey District Council with the further information they requested.
A six week period of public consultation has now started, during which you can view and comment on the revisions. (Note – Any comments or objections you may have originally submitted will still count)
A copy of the SEI Non Technical Summary document is attached.
If you would like access & read the full documents please click on the link below, it should take you to all the submitted documents, if you look for all those dated 4th June 2013 they are the new revisions.
http://docs.west-lindsey.gov.uk/WAM/showCaseFile.do?appName=planning&appNumber=128940
If that link doesn’t work just go to WLDC Planning Webpage & search for Application Reference No.128940
WLDC provided RWE with a list of issues which arose from original objections however the application appears to remain essentially the same as the original.

Other things have moved on with a Government statement regarding the planning process and the way that the National Planning Policy Framework should be used to safeguard the interests of local communities; the full statement is also attached for you to read.This statement is to be studied closely to appreciate the implications, for example if the Community is to vote on the Wind Farm application, which communities are to be identified and logistically, how is such a vote to be managed and by whom.

Eric Pickles statement 10-06-2013

SEI Non Technical Summary document

Recommendation from WLDC regarding the Hemswell Cliff Wind Farm Planning Application to be determined on Wednesday 30 of Oct 2013 at the Epic Centre on the LIncolnshire Show Ground

Hemswell Cliff Wind Farm Update 2nd November 2013

Public Enquiry into Hemswell Wind Farm

Proposed wind farm projects