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 email@example.com or leave a message on 07493050720.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
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
At INNSWORTH COMMUNITY HALL, ROOKERY ROAD, INNSWORTH, GL3 1AU
22ND JUNE, 7 TO 9 PM
ALL WELCOME – PLEASE COME AND GIVE YOUR VIEWS
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.
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.
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.
You can now buy dog bags at the Parish Council Offices, 50 pence for a bag of 50 (we are open Monday and Wednesday mornings, 9.30 to 12.30).
Innsworth Parish Council now has an Office at Innsworth Community Hall, Rookery Road which is open on Monday and Wednesday mornings, 9.30 to 12.30 pm or you can telephone on 01452 739053.
The new Parish Clerk, Ruth Warne, will be in the Office and looks forward to helping residents with their enquiires.
Tenders are invited for 2017/18 for grass cutting and weedspraying in the Parish of Innsworth – please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details, or telephone 07493050720. Closing date for receipt of completed tenders is 12 noon, Monday, 28th November.
Over last Summer the grass cutting in Innsworth was nearly non existence in Innsworth parish by the Gloucestershire County Council who sub contracted to a company called Amy. Local parish councillors spent many hours on the phone and on site visit with officers, by the end of the summer the parish did look a lot better( we hope you will agree) From April 2016 it is hoped that a local grass cutter will do a lot of the grass cutting in the Parish, of course this comes at a cost to all of us, but lets keep the Parish looking clean and tidy.
The Bus Shelters have had a little spruce up and some new Perspex installed, but there is on e site that the Perspex keeps getting kick out if you see any of this type of anti social acts please report it to the police on 101 and get an incident number.
All Little bins and dog bins have been clean and repainted where required this has been done by a handy man contractor who the council will continue to use to keep Innsworth looking nice.
Since October 2015 the Parish Council Clerk resigned as clerk. we would like to thank for all is hard work over many years and wish him success in the future. This has left Council Short handed.
We have taken on a temporary admin Assistant to help keep things ticking over until the new year.
We do hope you had a Happy Christmas and New Year.
Welcome to the new home for Innsworth Parish Council, Gloucestershire.
We’re currently in the process of setting up our new website which will soon contain lots of information, news & more..
Thankyou for your patience whilst we build our online home.