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Denise Lloyd

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  1. https://t.co/tz9NXIruQY NMITE in talks about Robert Owen School - no surprises there There are so many different NMITE forums on this site would it be better to marry them up a bit? and close off the others
  2. Similar to the Seaboard contract all very strange and questionable
  3. That gravy train just keeps on rolling "Consultant Geoff Hughes Ltd September 2018 – Present 5 months Herefordshire Having spent my career in local government I have now become a self employed consultant. My initial jobs include supporting the development of Nmite a new engineering based University in Herefordshire. I am also working with Powys Council to support them with their programme of economic regeneration." Please reassure me he did not receive a massive payout upon leaving HC
  4. Should take the quickest possible route through planning and build post haste Financing it should not really be a problem if the Government can throw billions at a possible no deal Brexit
  5. what does the one in Belmont Road say? Amazing that they can do this without somebody seeing them at it - hope they are made to clean it all off on a very bitterly cold day - a great pity their energies could not be turned to do something useful
  6. Whilst looking on the HC News website for confirmation of something I heard about NMITE (which I failed to find) I happened across the 2 links relating to the Social Care recent cases. Thought I would post them before they are mysteriously removed https://www.bailii.org/cgi-bin/format.cgi?doc=/ew/cases/EWFC/HCJ/2018/76.html&query=(WR0007/18) https://www.bailii.org/cgi-bin/format.cgi?doc=/ew/cases/EWFC/HCJ/2018/72.html&query=(WR18Z00057) I have not yet read them but feel they will make for very uncomfortable and worrying reading
  7. Sorry missing the point here but why is everybody getting so excited about a Burger King? No doubt somebody will enlighten me!
  8. Is Interserve about to follow suit? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-46494465
  9. Listen all the way through or fast forward 20 minutes
  10. Radio 4 this morning https://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/play/m0001cv9 Stick to listening to it
  11. 29 November 2018 04:58:54 |News,Property News,Rural Life Farmers relieved as Powys Council rejects plans to sell Farming Estate With 141 holdings and land extending to 11,300 acres, Powys County Council’s Farms Estate is the largest of its kind in Wales Powys County Council has voted not to sell swathes of its 11,300 acre Farming Estate amid budget concerns and will instead maintain it as viable asset.During a meeting on Wednesday (28 November), Powys County Council's Cabinet discussed the future of its 141 farms amid budget worries.Earlier this year, the Learning Skills and Economy (LSE) Scrutiny Committee highlighted plans, which included selling land, in order to ease financial difficulties.Their report said: "The proposals submitted to Cabinet appear to offer little choice other than the status quo."The Strategic Asset Management Plan notes a declining contribution to central capital receipts in the immediate future and this issue needs to be given serious consideration given the financial situation the authority is facing."However, in Wednesday's meeting, the council instead voted to look into estate diversification and investment. With 141 holdings and land extending to 11,300 acres, Powys County Council’s Farms Estate is the largest of its kind in Wales and the fifth largest in the UK.The majority of the Estate lies in Montgomeryshire, although there are several estates in Radnorshire with further Holdings in Brecknock.County Farms Estate holdings range in size from residential smallholdings to commercial farm units.In recent years, the Estate has sought to increase the size of its core holdings by amalgamating certain farms, with the largest Estate farm now covering a combined area of 227 acres.The County Farms Estate provides opportunities for young people wanting to get in to farming who perhaps don't have a family farm.Council Leader, Cllr Rosemarie Harris, told Powys County Times: "We are very proud of the fact that we can provide this opportunity."We may sell the odd house with an acre or so, but there are no plans to sell the estate, this document does not deal with that sort of thing." taken from the Farmers Weekly HC will never be forgiven for selling the Council farms and yet the Council are still pleading poverty
  12. Page of the Property Times of this week's HT will now find the finished property https://www.stookehillandwalshe.co.uk/property-details/11932836/herefordshire/willersley
  13. This has to be a fine example of how to treat the beautiful buildings of our county. Wonderful isn't it? Hats off to the the developers responsible for this HERE
  14. They also managed to get something through to do with tax and I can't remember what
  15. An added bonus to this development it was a brownfield site. HC have said on many occasions that mistakes have been made and lessons will be learnt. Fortunately one of the driving forces behind this development is Russell Pryce and for those of you who do not remember he was a HC Planning Officer until he saw the light and he certainly learnt many lessons!
  16. Both our MP's Jesse and Bill are being remarkably quiet about Brexit. Just wondering what they think of the deal perhaps they would like to step forward and speak up to their electorate
  17. Jesse Norman‏Verified account @Jesse_Norman 2h2 hours ago More The Government has published a 56-page HMG Explainer to the EU Withdrawal Agreement https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/756376/14_November_Explainer_for_the_agreement_on_the_withdrawal_of_the_United_Kingdom_of_Great_Britain_and_Northern_Ireland_from_the_European_Union___1_.pdf … And breaking news 0857 Thurs Dominic Raab the Brexit Secretary has resigned
  18. I read the first one in the DM and thought about Hereford
  19. Collins Design and Build are currently working on a small development of 9 houses in Pontrilas. 2 of these houses are low cost market affordable homes Fixed sales prices - £120350 - 2 bed mid terrace and £13450 2 bed end terrace first priority to applicants with a local connection with Kentchurch and who meet affordability criteria This is the way developments should be introduced to villages not as they currently are where the infrastructure is not in place. Bit of a price difference in the starter homes compared with Lagan and Persimmon If Collins can do it why can't other developers follow suit and offer "affordable" homes
  20. he Ross Gazette liked Jesse Norman‏Verified account @Jesse_Norman 2h2 hours ago More Very honoured and delighted to have appointed Minister of State at @transportgovuk. My portfolio remains as is, with additions.
  21. Courtesy of Wye Ruinit http://a4194.persona-pi.com/d-op-proofs
  22. For as long as I can remember this has always been a favoured area for the shall we say the people who live outdoors
  23. And don't forget the piercing and tatooing but I suppose that comes under the beauty salon
  24. The Autumn edition of Place magazine is now available - always a good read https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/f03364_b70467b7d43b4014973a379f048df43f.pdf and https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/f03364_aefe73c00b8c4063a96012c2abe7c44e.pdf
  25. If this is the one nearest to the bridge got enormously drunk here on Pimms probably over 30 years ago when it was a Wine Bar. Never really liked the stuff since
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