Please find attached the agenda for the next Steering Group meeting on Wednesday 23 Aug 2017. This will start at 7.30pm and will be held in The Old School Rooms, Bottesford.
The draft minutes for the previous meeting are also attached.
All very welcome to attend the meeting.
Richard Simon. Chair of Bottesford Neighbourhood Plan Steering Committee.
Agenda SG mtg 23rd August 2017
Minutes SG mtg 25th July 2017 A
Please find attached the agenda for tonight’s Steering Group meeting. 7.30pm in the Old School, Bottesford.
All very welcome.
Minutes for the March meeting also attached.
Richard Simon: Secretary.
Agenda SG mtg 25th July 2017
Minutes SG mtg 21st March 2017
Melton Borough Council will be holding drop-in events over the coming weeks to give everyone the opportunity to learn more about the proposed changes to the Melton Local Plan and to ask any questions.
This will take place on Tuesday 25 July 2017 between 4pm and 7pm at Bottesford VC Hall. There will also be a number of other venues available, please take a look to find one that is most suitable for you. www.meltonplan.co.uk/drop-in-events
If you can’t make any event and would still like to comment on the Local Plan, please drop a line to email@example.com
Please note, the Steering Group meeting that was due to be held this coming Thursday (27 April 2017) has had to be postponed.
The intention is to make a revised date for the meeting in early May and I will let you know the date as soon as possible.
My apologies for any inconvenience
Richard Simon. Secretary Bottesford Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group
Please find attached the minutes for the two meetings above.
Richard Simon: Secretary Bottesford Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group
Accuracy in circulars and notifications
When the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (NPSG) publishes information every effort is made to ensure the information is factual and accurate. The NPSG also attempts to give a brief background to the issues so that a correct interpretation of the information can be made, even by those persons who have not been involved in the Neighbourhood Plan.
Planning and new developments will always cause some residents a level of distress, particularly those living near or otherwise affected by the scheme.
Some recent circulars, which have not originated from the Steering Group, have been very misleading in a number of the statements made. Conjecture and exaggeration have been used to strengthen the case that the party wanted to make and this is not the way of the NPSG which has always strived to make the information imparted as accurate as possible.
Some news that we have to share will not always be well received so please ensure that in all cases the information is accurate and the facts are clear to the reader.
For Bottesford Parish Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group