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The next Ordinary  Meeting of the Parish Council  will be held on  Wednesday 17th July at 7.45 pm

Items for the agenda to be received one week prior to this  date by emailing     –   clerk@bringtons-pc.gov.uk

A list of the dates for the parish council meetings in the financial year 2019/20 can be found here Dates of meetings 201920

Gigaclear

The planning for the network build by Gigaclear to provide fast broadband in Lt. and Gt. Brington as well as Whilton, is underway.  The work to instal the main cabinet will begin on 1st July and is due to complete on the 11th July.  However, approval is still away Highways on road closures, so no further information is available at the moment.  This will be posted as it arrives.

Appriasal of Gt. Brington Conservation Area

Daventry District Council is in the middle of a two year project to review all of the conservation areas in the district,some of which have not been reviewed since inception.  This is the case for the conservation area in Gt. Brington whose inception date was in 1997.  Prior to the parish council meeting on 19th June, officers from DDC attended to provide councillors and residents with the background to the appraisal.  It was explained that the community will be involved at all stages at the first Open Session with officers Rhian Moran and Richard Bullows, will be held at the Reading Reading room on 2nd July from 3pm until 6pm.  In the meantime enquiries can be made of Rhian Morgan at RMorgan@daventrydc.gov.uk

Speed Reduction on C5

There is no further news on the unsuccessful attempt to secure a 40mph speed limit on stretched of the C5, Nobottle Road. Watch this page for developments

Kimbells Field

The Parish Council is delighted to confirm that the grant application to Daventry District Council for funds develop the facilities at Kimbells Field, was successful.  Together with funds from the Parish Council’s reserves, this will enable the purchase of mini-gym equipment for the field, mobile football goals and repairs and refurbishment of the pavilion.  It is hoped that members of the community will help with the pavilion refurbishments so watch this space for further news.

Reporting Highways Problems

Residents have been able to report all sorts of problems with roads and footways on line through Street Doctor, but this week Street Doctor became Fix My Street and the new link for reporting any faults is https://fixmystreet.northamptonshire.gov.uk/

 Highway – C5 Nobottle Road

The Parish Council  approached Highways with a formal request to reduce the speed limit to 40mph along the stretch from Flore Crossroads to Nobottle. Although, the Parish Council understood that Highways was supportive of this action, the response has ultimately been disappointing.  This matter was discussed at the May Parish Council meeting and an appeal is to be lodged.

DACT Bus Pilot

Plans are still in hand for a three month pilot project to run a 15 seater minibus to Northampton and Daventry.  There will be one journey to each of these destinations each month, for three months beginning in September 2019.  People who may wish to use the service must submit their name  to the Clerk by telephone 01327 843169 or by letter to Langton Cottage, Whilton, NN11 2NN or email to clerk@bringtons-pc.gov.uk

Further information  about dates, times and pick up locations will be forthcoming via the notice boards, the post office and the newsletter or by contacting the Clerk.

Bringtons and Nobottle Village Design Statement

The Bringtons and Nobottle VDS, produced over nearly two years by residents and councillors has been adopted by Daventry District Council.  Background to the development of the VDS and more information about planning is available on the Planning page. Tthe final copy of the VDS is also available here Bringtons&NobottleVDS_Oct18

Daventry District Council Settlements and Countryside Local Plan

http://cmis.daventrydc.gov.uk/daventry/Meetings/tabid/70/ctl/ViewMeetingPublic/mid/397/Meeting/899/Committee/2/SelectedTab/Documents/Default.aspx

The National Planning Framework (NPPF), published by the Department for Communities and Local Government in March 2012, sets out the governments planning policies for England. Paragraphs 76 to 78 introduce a new Local Green Space designation (LGS) to protect local green areas of particular importance to local communities. This will enable communities, in certain circumstances, to identify and protect areas that are of value to them through local and neighbourhood plans.

In October 2017 the PC nominated sites within the Parish for designation as Local Green Space.

 The District Council assessed each of the nominations against the following criteria which are set out in paragraph 77 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF):
a) Where the green space is in reasonably close proximity to the community it serves
b) Where the green area is demonstrably special to a local community and holds particular significance, for example because of its beauty, historic significance, recreational value (including as a playing field) tranquility or richness of its wildlife; and
c) Where the green area concerned is local in character and is it and extensive tract of land.
The District Council is proposing the following sites within our Parish (shown on the plan) for designation as Local Green Space in the Proposed Submission Part 2 Local Plan and provides justification for their inclusion against criteria set out in the National Planning Policy Framework
Great Brington
Allotments, Back Lane
Area of land to Rear of Old and New Rectory
Orchard and Pasture,Back Lane
Kimbells Field
Little Brington
Playing Field adjacent to Primary School

 

    

Vacancies on the Parish Council

There is still a vacancy on the parish council and councillors are looking for a person who is interested in joining them in their endeavours to represent the overall view of residents and manage the parish, making decisions about issues that affect local people and implementing  improvements where possible.  Anyone who lives in the parish or three miles from it, who is over 18 years of age and without any convictions may apply.  Please contact the clerk for further information at      clerk@bringtons-pc.gov.uk

Would you like to hire Kimbells Field , Great Brington?

The Parish Council is happy to hire out Kimbells Field for parishioners to use for a variety of events or for extra parking. There are two levels of fee and one or two conditions and all of this can be found in the Hiring Agreement here

Hire Agreement Kimbells Fld 2017

Daventry North East Sustainable Urban Development

4,000 new homes along with new schools, are being built within the Daventry North East urban extension – This is likely to have a considerable impact on local infrastructure including  in villages on this side of Daventry.  There is  a  website where the concept plan, leaflet and information about the proposals can be viewed at http://www.daventrynortheast.co.uk/

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