0 Have your say UPDATED plans for Welborne have been released and the public has two months to have their say. Fareham Borough Council has confirmed they have received an outline planning application submitted by Buckland Development for the Welborne Garden Village. The original outline planning application proposed a new community of up to 6,000 homes with supporting shops and community facilities, employment space, schools, parks and open spaces but further details have emerged including a hotel, vet services and a care home.READ MORE: Welborne train station will be ‘feasible’ says study – but could cost £78mThe revised application includes a redesigned J10 layout for the M27 revisions to the local road network and changes to how and where various community facilities, such as schools and the new district centre, will be provided.The documents are being uploaded onto the council’s website and this process will … [Read more...] about Chance to have your say on latest Welborne plans – with details revealed of hotel, vet and care home
Belfast Telegraph Brexit survey: Have your say and you could win a £100 Amazon voucher BelfastTelegraph.co.uk As the vote on Brexit looms at Westminster, we want to hear your opinions! https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/brexit/belfast-telegraph-brexit-survey-have-your-say-and-you-could-win-a-100-amazon-voucher-37573999.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37574383.ece/eb90a/AUTOCROP/h342/brexit_survey.png Email As the vote on Brexit looms at Westminster, we want to hear your opinions! Have your thoughts on Brexit changed since the 2016 referendum? Do you support the proposed deal? And how do you think the outcome will impact the future of Northern Ireland? The results will be used to produce a series of special reports on public opinion around the Brexit debate, and the risks and opportunities associated with the proposed exit strategy. Any responses will be collected anonymously and securely via an independent research company, RAM UK & … [Read more...] about Belfast Telegraph Brexit survey: Have your say and you could win a £100 Amazon voucher
Poll PUBLISHED: 09:25 05 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:25 05 July 2018 Conor Matchett A sign highlighting that the land close to lake Lothing has been acquired for a major third crossing in Lowestoft. Picture: Nick Butcher Archant © 2017 The discussions over planned third crossings in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft look to be finally reaching the point of no return. After Suffolk County Council’s cabinet approved plans for an extra £8m in their budget for Lowestoft’s third crossing at Lake Lothing last month, and Great Yarmouth’s bridge successfully gaining the necessary £98m funding from the government at the budget in November 2017, the bridges are well on their way to becoming reality. Norfolk County Council have said construction will start in 2020, with 5,000 jobs and £150m a year added to the economy by 2025, with the bridge possibly open by 2022. In Lowestoft, Suffolk County Council are also targeting a 2022 completion date for the Lake … [Read more...] about Have your say: Which third crossing will be finished first?
Poll PUBLISHED: 10:58 20 June 2018 | UPDATED: 11:51 20 June 2018 Norwich shoppers on Gentleman's Walk. Picture: ANTONY KELLY Archant Norfolk 2018 In a recent review of a Norwich band Q Magazine referred to Norwich as “unfashionable”. The review of Let’s Eat Grandma, a duo made up of Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth, stated: “It was too much for some to fathom that the teenage duo from unfashionable Norwich might be solely responsible for their own music, that there must be some industry-savvy overlord behind the scenes.” The description provoked a questioning tweet from one Twitter user to which Q Magazine responded: “We’ve looked into your complaint and I’m afraid we’ve decided to uphold the description of Norwich as unfashionable. Sorry about that.” Another Twitter user responded to the thread by saying: “They’ve clearly never spent much time in Norwich. We welcome them with open arms. Come visit.” … [Read more...] about Is Norwich unfashionable? Have your say.
Aylesbury Vale Transport Users Group want you to have your say on any problems affecting you, related to travel in the area. Aylesbury Vale Transport Users Group meets every 3 months, alternately in Aylesbury and Buckingham.The group is set up to discuss any transport needs in the Aylesbury Vale area and representatives of Arriva buses and Chiltern Railways attend.Geoffrey Aldridge said: "If you have any issues with local transport you are very welcome to attend the next meeting on Tuesday 5 June 2018 at the Aylesbury Town Council Offices, Town Hall, 5 Church Street, Aylesbury (next to the museum) at 2 pm."It is important that any issues concerning local transport are aired at these meetings so that, where necessary, action can be taken." … [Read more...] about Have your say on Aylesbury Vale Transport