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  1. Denise Lloyd

    Overgrown hedges.

    I would in the first instance speak to your Ward Councillor or attend the next Parish Council Meeting and voice your opinion. There has been so much growth this year and many people are struggling to get on top of it especially with this heat. But I do agree with you it is a bally nuisance when you have to step into the road because of an overgrown hedge or a thoughtlessly parked car.
  2. Here for Hereford‏ @HereforHereford 37m37 minutes ago More @HfdsCouncil preferred route for the "bypass" that makes city congestion worse is the Red Route. Demolishing 5 homes & affecting up to 800 existing homes @greenhereford @bbchw @HTnewsroom @BelmontAbbeyUK @itsourcounty 0 replies .2 retweets0 likes Reply Retweet 2 Like Direct message
  3. Herefordshire CPRE Admin <admin@cpreherefordshire.org.uk> 2:19 PM (14 minutes ago) to CPRE Dear HCPRE Member Please see below for an update on the Hereford Bypass – which is being pushed through at a perturbing rate. Please share this as widely as you can and consider taking action as outlined below, in What can you do now? Hereford Bypass update 10th July 2018 Herefordshire Council have announced when decisions will be taken on their preferred route for the proposed western bypass for Hereford at 7pm today (Tuesday 10th July 2018). A report about the Hereford Transport Package (HTP) will be published - presumably on Herefordshire Council's website. This will include the Council's preferred route for the bypass from the seven routes shortlisted earlier this year. The General Scrutiny Committee (GSC) will then consider this report when it meets at 10am on Wednesday 18th July in the Shire Hall Hereford. The Council's Cabinet will make decisions on Friday 27th July - its meeting also starts at 10am at the Shire Hall. We expect a lengthy report - with many appendices - since it includes the preferred bypass route, the results of the consultation earlier this year and also proposals for active travel measures: cycling etc. The GSC have decided to examine the HTP proposals before the Cabinet meeting rather than afterwards. This means that once the Cabinet agrees any recommendations on the 27th they are final and there are no delays. Cabinet's decisions cannot be 'called in' and scrutinised again, whatever they are. There will be a further public consultation later in 2018. What can you do now? · Write to your County Councillor and MP objecting to the speed at which this key decision is being taken - see below. (Even if you are not in his constituency you can write to Jesse Norman at the Department for Transport - he is Roads Minister) · Tell your friends how damaging the bypass will be – please pass this on to as many contacts as you can, via email & social media! - it is unaffordable,will not improve transport in Hereford but will do lots of environmental damage. · Attend the meetings of Scrutiny and Cabinet - they are open to the Public. · Ask questions at either the Scrutiny and / or Cabinet meeting - this is where the undue haste/speed of decision comes in. The reports will be long and need time to digest. - There is a process and timetable for the public to follow when asking questions which have to be approved by Herefordshire Council's Members Services Section, three working days in advance of the meeting. - So for Scrutiny on Wednesday 18th July you will need to get your question in by 5pm Thursday 12th July - less than 48 hours after you have begun to read the paperwork. Surely this does not help public participation in the democratic process? - For Cabinet you have until Monday 23 July 5pm to submit your question. · Gather outside the Shire Hall before either / both meetings to protest. · Do you think there is someone with influence / a public profile who might be persuaded to support the CPRE Stop The Bypass campaign? · Can you think of any groups / organisations to which you belong - other than CPRE - who might be prepared to listen to a speaker explain why the bypass is a bad idea - speakers can be provided! Thank you for your time. With kind regards Barbara Barbara Bromhead-Wragg HCPRE Administrator
  4. Denise Lloyd

    Change at the Council

    Why?
  5. Denise Lloyd

    80 New Homes for Clehonger

    Did they acknowledge you? or better still invite you to join them
  6. Denise Lloyd

    80 New Homes for Clehonger

    Apologies everyone page 14 - I've just been corrected
  7. Denise Lloyd

    80 New Homes for Clehonger

    This has to be a classic from Bramer. Page 13 of today's HT
  8. Denise Lloyd

    80 New Homes for Clehonger

    Ragwert that well may be the case but where are these people who are wanting to buy houses living at the moment?
  9. Denise Lloyd

    80 New Homes for Clehonger

    I will put this on here and now another 150 houses for Kingstone have been approved. No doubt some people will remember this as the 150 houses originally passed as Passivhaus developers a company named Archihaus who failed to get funding for their "exemplary" development. The pa was then adopted by Lagan Homes (non Passivhaus) and passed as bog standard brick boxes. Personally I am gutted but will have to live with it. https://myaccount.herefordshire.gov.uk/documents?id=9c99431c-7ae5-11e8-b454-0050569f00ae As an aside Architype/Archihaus are building quite a few passivhaus Council houses around the country but not within Herefordshire. However I do have questions to ask and maybe somebody on here can answer them or go some way to answering them. At what stage will the county reach saturation point for new houses? Where are people who are buying all these new houses currently living? Where are all these people working who can afford these houses - the new ones are not cheap? As an aside there is an app in Clehonger for 80 houses which has gone to Appeal so I expect that will also be passed. Also an approved pa in Peterchurch for I think 80 houses has also been sold on.
  10. Denise Lloyd

    Statue planned for Old Market

    So young so very brave
  11. Denise Lloyd

    80 New Homes for Clehonger

    2 bed semi Clehonger - £194995 3 bed semi Hay on Wye - £186995 2 bed semi Hay on Wye - £149995 Makes you wonder does it not?
  12. Denise Lloyd

    80 New Homes for Clehonger

    Contrast and compare Persimmon's sales pitch for the Hay on Wye homes Read all about it…’ Fantastic new homes in Hay-on-Wye Readers Retreat is our new collection of homes in Hay-on-Wye. With a mix of new two, three and four bedroom house styles, the development is ideal for first time buyers through to families looking for more space. Choice of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes Charming market town location Perfect for outdoor adventurers Local amenities close to hand Well-respected primary school within walking distance Hay-on-Wye lies on the Welsh side of the Welsh/English border in the county of Powys. It’s a small market town with a big heart and is often described as ‘the town of books’. It’s impossible to write about Hay-on-Wye without mentioning the annual Hay Festival. It’s a major literary festival that has been running now for 29 years and celebrates great writing and authors from around the world. During the 10-day festival at the beginning of June, the town comes alive with visitors soaking up the fantastic literary atmosphere on offer as well as the stunning surrounding countryside and attractive town vistas. Living at Readers Retreat means you’ll be able to enjoy Hay-on-Wye’s charm all year round. You’ll have everything you need for day-to-day living close to hand as the town has a good selection of shops (including a Co-op and Spar), Post Office, boutiques, eateries and of course, book shops. There’s also a bustling market every Thursday where you can treat yourself to delicious fresh local produce and grab a bargain. For more shopping choice, the cathedral city of Hereford is 21 miles away and Brecon is 15 miles. For those who enjoy keeping fit, there’s a leisure centre just over 4 miles from Hay-on-Wye. Gwernyfed Sports Centre, which is run and also used by Gwernyfed High School, offers a fitness suite, sports hall and multi-purpose sports pitches. Plus; the town is in the catchment to a number of primary schools, one of which is the Hay-on-Wye County Primary School – a highly effective ‘Green’ school. Take a look around Readers Retreat The great outdoors beckons… Given that the town lies on the south-east bank of the beautiful River Wye and is within the north-eastern tip of the Brecon Beacons National Park, it’s no surprise that the great outdoors is enjoyed by many who live in Hay-on-Wye. While away a few hours kayaking down idyllic river stretches, explore the majestic ruins of Hay Castle, challenge yourself to one of the many hill walks, or take a picnic to the local meadow beside the river beach and immerse yourself in a good book (you won’t be spoilt for choice!). We’re proud to be building the first new homes in the town for many years and happy to be part of Hay-on-Wye’s growing popularity as a fantastic place to call home. For more information on this development arrange an appointment now. 10 Home of the week 4Days to go Plot 58 The Hanbury 3 bedroom semi detached house Your mortgage (75%):£140,247 Deposit (5%):£9,350 Equity loan (20%):£37,399 Total purchase price:£186,995*
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    80 New Homes for Clehonger

    Could not help but have a little chuckle at Persimmon's sales pitch for these new houses "Enjoy a peaceful setting with great links to Hereford Pembridge Court is our stunning new development located in the small but popular village of Clehonger, just over 4 miles from the cathedral city of Hereford. Offering a great choice of two, three and four bedroom homes, whether you’re a first time buyer or need more space for your growing family, this development is bound to have what you're looking for. Selection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes Convenient access to Hereford Close to beautiful countryside Local amenities on your doorstep Range of schools nearby Pembridge Court development is situated on the outskirts of Hereford. Here you’ll be able to enjoy the best of both worlds with picturesque countryside on your doorstep plus easy access to Hereford city centre and local amenities. With leisure facilities, open spaces, local parks and high end shopping facilities – it’s a great place to set up home. As well as beautiful local parklands and countryside there’s also the National Trust (Weir Gardens) nearby. It’s just a 10-minute drive from Pembridge Court development, perfect for keen wildlife enthusiasts, with beautiful landscapes set along the River Wye. Clehonger has its own village shop with a Post Office for everyday necessities but a short drive will take you to Hereford’s vast range of shopping facilities. There are two main shopping centres: The Old Market and Maylords Shopping Centres. Both have a good selection of high street brand names such as Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, River Island and H&M as well a great choice of coffee shops and restaurants. Hereford's public leisure facilities are managed by a not-for-profit trust called HALO Leisure, which runs the Hereford Leisure Centre (including huge sports halls, gymnasium, squash courts, and an outdoor athletics facility), and the Hereford Leisure Pool (which includes a gymnasium, full-size swimming pool, leisure pool, diving pool, and learners’ pool). The River Wye is also a popular water sport and leisure destination. Excellent schooling for all ages There is a good selection of schools within a close proximity to Pembridge Court development. Clehonger Primary is situated just 5-minutes away from Pembridge Court. There is also Madley Primary School and Pre-school in the next village along (Madley). As well as local schools there are a variety of schools in Hereford such as Hereford Academy, Wyebridge Sports College, Blackmarston School and Marlbrook School, Which are all around a 10-minute drive from Pembridge Court. With its excellent location, variety of amenities and wide choice of houses you’re sure to find your perfect home at Pembridge Court. To keep up-to-date with this development please arrange an appointment now. 8 Home of the week 5Days to go Plot 50 The Alnwick 2 bedroom semi detached house Your mortgage (75%):£146,247 Deposit (5%):£9,750 Equity loan (20%):£38,999 Total purchase price:£194,995* Buy this home with just a 5% deposit Don't delay; reserve now and take advantage of our home of the week offer using the Government-assisted Help to Buy (Wales) scheme. If you have a 5% deposit, you could be eligible for a 5-year interest free equity loan of up to 20%, taking your mortgage borrowing down to 75%. This may be just the help you need to move up the property ladder.etc etc Who are on earth writes this nonsense?
  14. Denise Lloyd

    Herefordshire Council Contracts

    They come in as the cheapest so they get the contract. The fact that they add on extras after is quite another matter
  15. Cambo don't take it personally but I believe people generally are afraid very afraid to voice an opinion any longer
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