RADNAGE PARISH COUNCIL  ANNUAL PARISH MEETING 26th MAY

WEDNESDAY 26th MAY 2021 at 8pm in the VILLAGE HALL

Come along and meet your Parish Council and ask questions about the issues that matter to you. 

Find out what the Parish Council can and cannot do, what it has influence over and what it does not.

  •  Come along and discover what YOUR Parish Council has achieved  over       the past year?                        
  •  Find out about  how we tackle any local planning or  highways issues?         
  •  Come along and discover our objectives for the coming years  
  •  We look forward to hearing your ideas and suggestions and will welcome   your comments for open discussions to discover what our village wants   and needs us to do.
  • We very much look forward to seeing you.

                           

                                                 

RADNAGE PARISH COUNCIL MAY MEETINGS

RADNAGE PARISH COUNCIL MAY MEETINGS

Due to the Annual Meeting of The Parish Council and The Ordinary Meeting of The Parish Council not being Quorate for Wednesday 19th May, The Chairman has had to adjourn these meetings until Monday 24th May at 7.30pm and 8pm respectively. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Due to the changes in legislation regarding remote council meetings, the Annual Parish Council Meeting for May 2021 has had to be rescheduled to the 19th May at 7.30pm followed by the Ordinary Meeting at 8pm.  The Annual meeting of the Parish will now be held the following week on the 26th May at 8pm at Radnage Village Hall. 

Please note, social distancing rules (Hands, Face, Space) will need to be applied at the village hall while we make our way out of lockdown. 

Parish Council Meeting May – Date Change

Due to the changes in legislation regarding remote council meetings, the Parish Council Meeting for May 2021 has had to be rescheduled to the 19th May at 8pm and will be held at Radnage Village Hall. 

The Annual meeting of the Parish will now be held the following week on the 26th May at 8pm at Radnage Village Hall.

Road Closure Bennett End Road, Radnage 15/4/2021

Bennett End Road will be closed from 15 April 2021 until 15 April 2021 from 09:30 to 15:00
2. ALTERNATIVE ROUTE FOR AFFECTED USERS
Town End Road, Horseshoe Road and vice versa.
3. REASON FOR ORDER ; CARRIAGEWAY REPAIRS
4. Will the Emergency Services have access through the closure YES
Will Buses have access through the closure NO
5. WHO WILL SUPPLY SIGNING SCHEDULE AND ARRANGE SIGNING OR ROUTE ETC?  Transport for Buckinghamshire

Bledlow Ridge Household Recycling Centre

 
The deadline for comments is April 22nd.
You can comment via link below or post in a hard copy letter if preferred.
This is the info sent out to the Parish Council……..
BLEDLOW RIDGE HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING CENTRE COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY
Press Release 6th April 2021
The Bledlow Household Recycling Centre Community Interest Company has lodged an appeal against the non determination of the following planning application:
CM/0002/20- Proposed continuation of the use of the land as a Household Recycling Site as currently consented by planning permission no. CC/3/83- Bledlow Household Recycling Centre, Wigans Lane, Bledlow Ridge.
All representations should be made to the Planning Inspectorate by 22nd April 2021 either online: Reference: APP/P0430/W/21/3266409 (planninginspectorate.gov.uk) or in writing to :
Neil Devereux
The Planning Inspectorate
Room3C Eagle
Temple Quay House
2 The Square
Bristol BS1 6PN
Appeal reference: APP/PO430/W/21/3266409
 
Recycling site , currently consented by planning permission no.CC/3/83- Bledlow Ridge Household Recycling Centre, Wigans Lane, Bledlow Ridge
 
 
Planning Inspectorate
 
 
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Clear Out to Help Out: Buckinghamshire Council rallies locals for donations

Are you having a spring clear out? Do you want to donate unwanted goods?

 

Residents are being urged to ‘Clear Out to Help Out’ this spring by donating good quality but unwanted items for resale at two South Bucks Hospice reuse shops.

The shops, run in partnership with Buckinghamshire Council and FCC Environment, are located at the Aston Clinton and High Wycombe household recycling centres (HRCs). Proceeds from the shops benefit South Bucks Hospice, which provides support for patients living with life limiting illnesses.

Residents can declutter and drop items off at any of Buckinghamshire nine HRCs open throughout lockdown. All they need to do is ensure to follow Covid safety measures once there, such as adhering to social distancing rules and wearing a mask unless exempt.

Dropping donations at Buckinghamshire’s HRCs is the perfect way to make some space in the cupboards while helping out a fantastic local cause. Items of interest include bikes, furniture and electricals and lawnmowers. These are then resold at Aston Clinton and High Wycombe, which are due to reopen 12 April along with other non-essential retail outlets.

Martin Dickman, Service Director of Neighbourhood Services at Buckinghamshire Council, said:

“We welcome Buckinghamshire residents donating unwanted goods at any of our nine household recycling centres. By donating and purchasing at our re-use shops, you are giving items a new lease of life as well as showing support to a hospice which helps so many people across the county.”

James Reseigh, Contract Manager at FCC Environment, added:

“With donations being accepted across the Buckinghamshire sites, it’s incredibly easy for residents to find a new home for unwanted goods that are taking up space in their homes. We look forward to reopening the two reuse shops and encourage locals to show their support, whether that’s through donations or purchases.”

Jackie Ward, Acting Chief Executive Officer at South Bucks Hospice, said: “This is a genuine win-win situation for everyone concerned. Residents can declutter their homes by making a valuable contribution to charity – while our patients and their loved ones benefit from the vital funds that these donations create for our services. We provide vital care to some of the most vulnerable members of society, and the majority of our money comes from fundraising and our retail shops. We are therefore very grateful to Buckinghamshire Council and FCC for working with us in partnership on this.”

Buckinghamshire Council has HRCs in Amersham, Aston Clinton, Beaconsfield, Buckingham, High Wycombe and Langley, open 9am-6pm seven days a week, and Aylesbury, Burnham and Chesham, open 9am-6pm five days a week, closed Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Both of the Aston Clinton and High Wycombe reuse shops stock a wide selection of items for those looking to bag a bargain whilst supporting a worthwhile local cause.

For more information, visit https://www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/bin-collection-recycling-and-waste/