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  1. Neighbourhood plans are all the vogue at the moment. Plenty of rural parishes jumping in and having a say about what happens in their patch. Even Belmont parish Council have had a meeting about this: Future Development Of Belmont Rural. Any news on what happened at the meeting Colin? I thought that this would be a good idea, but as Simon Browne points out in the topic "When is a Plan not a Plan", they appear to carry little weight in helping local communities protect their environment. So why do them and would the city be any better off if it had one? Would it prevent the fire station
  2. If Bath Street is demolished wouldn't it better for accommodation ie Flats/apartments being central to the city. Not clear how this is going to work. Both sites look the same size. Who owns the existing Fire Station? What is going to happen to the existing site if the Fire Service move. From the annual Report: "Originally formed as an independent corporate body on 1 April 1998, as a result of Local Government Reorganisation, Hereford & Worcester Fire Authority (the FRA) is now constituted under the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004. The FRA sets its own budget requirement, rece
  3. Urban village group have had their plans for a 10 one bedroom apartments next to the Freedom Church in Coningsby Street Hereford.
  4. If you, like me, are sick of the way the ruling council cabinet is taking decisions, please sign my petition:
  5. While out today I came across this planning notice on Waterfield Road proposing the construction of a car park. When I attended the public meeting at Eastholme before Christmas I got the impression that most of the gathering were against the car park being situated here, especially the anglers, as it was too far from the Belmont Ponds. The anglers would have liked a car park off Haywood Lane closer to the ponds. Has this application being advertised in the local press as you can easily miss the notice on the lamp post. The letters in the box on the planning application state the application i
  6. Extraordinary Meeting of Belmont Parish Council Will take place on Friday 2nd November 2012 at Belmot Community Centre Eastholme Avenue, Belmont, Hereford. Commencing at 7.30pm For the sole purpose of discussing and making comments on plnning application reference S122747/0, being outline planning consent for a development of 85 homes on land at Home Farm Hereford.
  7. Is this all the kit for the new car wash? (Removal of 9 parking spaces and change the area into a hand car wash and also erect a canopy for valeting with associated signage) Planning application numbers S121029/F and S121030/A
  8. Tesco have applied for planning permission for change of use and to remove 9 parking spaces and change the area into a hand car wash and also erect a canopy for valeting with associated signage. Planning application numbers S121029/F and S121030/A
  9. THE owners of Hereford's Belmont Golf Club will be launching a drive for a new, separate clubhouse. Golf Inns Limited's managing director, David Milton, is re-focusing on running and developing the existing golf and hotel business. Milton believes a new clubhouse, for which they will be applying for planning permission, would help secure golf in Belmont” independent of Belmont House. A new clubhouse will free up the house for development without the complication of the existing clubhouse operation, said Milton. He said the sale of Belmont, agreed back in December 2009, had not happene
  10. Ref: DMS/102577/F Site: Tesco Stores Limited, Abbotsmead Road, Belmont Development: Proposed expansion of existing bulk storage area Comments: Plans have been circulated. Members had several comments and recommended refusal on the grounds that the development would have an adverse impact on neighbouring properties. Full details of the objections raised are on the letter, a copy of which has been provided to Members.
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