Cancellation of Meeting – Monday, 30th April 2018

Dear Residents

We are very sorry, but we have had to cancel the meeting tonight, 30th April, as there are not sufficient Members available (due to sickness and holidays) for there to be a quorum.

We currently have only 4 Members, whereas there are 9 seats on the Council, so if you think you would like to serve on the Council please contact the Clerk, Ruth Warne, on Innsworthpc@gmail. com, phone 07493050720 or call into the Parish Office (open Monday and Wednesday mornings, 9.30 am to 12.30 pm) at Innsworth Community Hall.

Ruth Warne

Clerk

New Council Members Needed!

The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Monday, 30th April, at 7 pm, in the Meeting Room at Innsworth Community Hall.

The Council would very much like to coopt some new Members. There are 9 seats on the Council, and currently we only have 4 Members, so there are 5 vacancies.

This is a friendly Council which is involved in some interesting projects, so if you think you would like to serve on the Council, please contact the Clerk, Ruth Warne to talk about it further.  No particular qualifications are needed, just a genuine interest in the community of Innsworth.

Contact details: Innsworthpc@gmail.com, Mobile: 07493050720

Parish Council Meeting on Monday 26th February 2018

The next meeting of the Parish Council will take place on Monday, 26th February at 7 pm at Innsworth Community Hall.

The Parish Council has a number of vacancies and is looking for new Members.  It is a very friendly Parish Council, and would welcome enquiries from residents who have an interest in serving their community.  For further information please contact the Clerk, Ruth Warne, by email: Innsworthpc@gmail.com.  Alternatively, the Parish Council Office is open 2 mornings a week, Monday and Wednesday, 9.30 to 12.30 at Innsworth Community Hall, so please call in.

Parish Council Meeting on Monday

The next meeting of the Parish Council takes place on Monday, 29th January at 7 pm at Innsworth Community Hall.

All are welcome to come and find out about the work of the Parish Council.  There is a session at the beginning of the meeting for Public Participation.

If you think you may be interested in serving as a Councillor please come along to find out more, or email the Clerk, Mrs Ruth Warne: Innsworthpc@gmail.com .

 

New Councillors Needed!

There are two vacancies for councillors on Innsworth Parish Council.

Being a parish councillor is interesting and rewarding.  You need to be willing to attend one Council meeting per month (these are held on the last Monday of the month at Innsworth Community Hall) and have a genuine interest in local affairs.  If you think you would like to serve as a councillor please email Innsworthpc@gmail.com to indicate your interest.

The Council hopes to coopt the new councillors at its meeting on Monday, 30th October, 7pm at Innsworth Community Hall.

Cancellation of Full Council Meeting – 31st July

The scheduled Full Council Meeting of 31st July has been cancelled due to unavailabity of Members because of work commitments, holidays and sickness.  If any residents have questions on the agenda or any other aspect of Council business please email us on innsworthpc@gmail.com or leave a message on 07493050720.

Planning Inquiry – Evening Session

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990

PUBLIC INQUIRY

At Council Offices, Gloucester Road, Tewkesbury, GL20 5TT on 20 June 2017 at 10.00am

REASON FOR INQUIRY: Appeals by Robert Hitchins Limited relating to the applications to Tewkesbury Borough Council for

A mixed use development comprising demolition of existing buildings; up to 725 dwellings and a local centre of 0.33ha (A1,A2,A3,A4,A5,D1,D2 uses); primary school, open space, landscaping, parking and supporting infrastructure and utilities; and the creation of a new vehicular access from the A38 Tewkesbury Road. AND A mixed use development comprising demolition of existing buildings, up to 1,300 dwellings and 8.31 hectares of land for employment generating uses comprising a neighbourhood centre of 4.23ha (A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, D1, D2, B1), office park of 1.31ha (B1) and business park of 2.77ha (B1 and B8 uses), primary school, open space, landscaping, parking and supporting infrastructure and utilities, and the creation of new vehicular accesses from the A40 Gloucester Northern Bypass, Innsworth Lane and Frogfurlong Lane.

At Land at Tewkesbury Road, Twigworth, Gloucester, GL2 9PJ and Land at Innsworth, Innsworth Lane, Gloucester, Gloucester GL3 1DU. Planning Inspectorate References: APP/G1630/W/16/3154464 APP/G1630/W/16/3164033  

EVENING SESSION

At INNSWORTH COMMUNITY HALL, ROOKERY ROAD, INNSWORTH, GL3 1AU

22ND JUNE, 7 TO 9 PM

ALL WELCOME – PLEASE COME AND GIVE YOUR VIEWS

Cooption of Councillors

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A PARISH COUNCILLOR?

Innsworth Parish Council has 3 vacancies and is looking for new councillors to fill these empty seats.

It’s easy to become a Parish Councillor.  All you need to do is show that you have a connection to the Parish of Innsworth (by being resident here, or having an interest in land or business in the Parish) and that you want to serve the community. Parish Council meetings are held on the last Monday of the month at 7 pm at Innsworth Community Hall and usually last about 2 hours.

There is no application form, or any educational requirements.  If you are interested in serving as a councillor please contact us – either by sending an email or writing a short letter to give us some brief details about yourself. Contact details are given below.

If you think you may be interested but want more information, you are welcome to speak to the Chairman, Cllr Pat Austin, on 01452 730041.  Or you can call in to the Community Hall on Monday or Wednesday morning, between 9.30 am and 12.30 pm to speak to the Clerk. You may also like to look at our website: www.innsworth-pc.co.uk.

 

Annual Parish Meeting

The Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Monday, 22nd May at 7pm in Innsworth Community Hall.  All are welcome to come and ask questions about the work of the Council.

Grasscutting and Weedspraying

The Parish Council cuts some areas of grass for the County Council, and the first 2 cuts have been done of these.  Cutting will continue up to and including October, and should result in the Parish looking much tidier.

The County Council will be weedspraying the roads soon, and then the Parish Council will do an extra weedspray in the autumn.