Executive Committee Meetings

Executive Committee Meetings

2nd May 2018

Matters discussed included:

 

  • The recent Meon Shore Beach Clean.
  • Arrangements for the delivery of Society newsletters.
  • Attendance at the Community Event at Ferneham Hall on 16th June.
  • The latest news on the progress of the Fareham Draft Local Plan and the Titchfield Neighbourhood Plan. The provision of schools to serve the extra housing planned.
  • Attendance at various County Council and Borough Council Planning meetings.
  • An invitation to attend the Open Day at Friary Meadow Care Village.
  • The AGM arrangements for 17th May.
  • A number of recent planning applications and in particular:
  • The proposed development at Winham Farm. Letter outlining various concerns has been sent. Decision still pending.
  • Development at Sawmills Industrial Park. Letter of objection has been sent. The Council has refused the application, but the developer has applied for an official hearing by a government inspector.
  • Funtley North and South developments. The public response appears split with residents in the Redbarn area supporting the scheme for the facilities it may provide. The Planning Committee may consider both together.
  • Land of Sopwith Way, Swanwick – The Society had sent a letter of objection. The Council has refused the application.
  • Refusal of development of land off Sopwith Way. It is understood that the application may have been resubmitted.
  • Development in the garden of 67 The Avenue.
  • The fate of memorial plaques when Locks heath Memorial Hall is demolished.
  • Various proposed developments in Swanwick Lane.
  • An application for 26 houses adjacent to Crofton Cemetery.
  • The ongoing saga of the redevelopment of Drift House Warsash.
  • Three different applications for housing east of Brook Lane Warsash.
  • The Foreman Homes appeal against the refusal of development on land east of Posbrook Lane.
  • Redevelopment of land around September Cottage, Warsash.

 

All the Society’s submissions and letters can be seen under the appropriate items on the Fareham Borough Planning Website. www.fareham.gov.uk/planning/applications_and_advice/onlineplandetails.aspx

 

 

9th April 2018

Matters discussed included:

 

  • Rough sleepers in The Gillies
  • The next AGM of the Hampshire Buildings Preservation Trust to be held at the Silk Mill Whitchurch on 19th November 2018.
  • Arrangements for attendance at Stubbington Fair on 27th August.
  • The Society liability insurance
  • Attendance at the Community Event at Ferneham Hall on 16th June.
  • The PUSH meeting on 28th March. Items discussed included:

* The revised National Planning Policy Framework

* Proposals for innovative energy projects

* The Hampshire Community Bank

* The Integrated Water Management Study

* The next PUSH meeting is on 5th June

* The latest news on the progress of the Fareham Draft Local Plan and the Titchfield Neighbourhood Plan. The provision of schools to serve the extra housing planned.

* Attendance at various County Council and Borough Council Planning meetings.

* The next Beach Clean scheduled 22nd April.

* The upcoming annual Butterfly Survey

  • The Society’s Treasurer’s report
  • A number of recent planning applications and in particular:

* The proposed development at Winham Farm. Letter outlining various concerns has been sent. Decision not due until 30th April.

* Development at Sawmills Industrial Park. Letter of objection has been sent. The Council has refused the application but the developer has applied for an official hearing by a government inspector.

* Funtley North and South developments. The Society will respond to both applications. The Planning Committee will consider both together.

Land of Sopwith Way, Swanwick – The Society had sent a letter of objection. The Council has refused the application.

* Application for 180 dwellings on land abutting Nature Reserve at Titchfield Haven. The application was refused.

* Refusal of development east of Furze Court.

* Refusal of development of land off Sopwith Way. It is understood that the application may have been resubmitted.

* Development in the garden of 67 The Avenue.

* The fate of memorial plaques when Locks heath Memorial Hall is demolished.

* Various proposed developments in Swanwick Lane.

* An application for 26 houses adjacent to Crofton Cemetery.

* The ongoing saga of the redevelopment of Drift House Warsash.

* Three different applications for housing east of Brook Lane Warsash.

All the Society’s submissions and letters can be seen under the appropriate items on the Fareham Borough Planning Website. www.fareham.gov.uk/planning/applications_and_advice/onlineplandetails.aspx

 

 

March 2018

Matters discussed included:

 

  • A report on the FBC Executive Committee review of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) on 21st February.
  • Money raised for the Hampshire Air Ambulance.
  • The Extraordinary meeting of Community Action Fareham scheduled for 15th March.
  • The latest news on the progress of the Fareham Draft Local Plan and the Titchfield Neighbourhood Plan.
  • Attendance at various County Council and Borough Council Planning meetings. The PUSH next meeting is 28th March
  • The next Beach Clean scheduled 22nd April.
  • The next Gillies work party on 8th April.
  • The upcoming annual Butterfly Survey
  • The consultation on the design of the new public space adjacent to Fareham College.
  • The ramifications for The Society of new Data Protection rules.
  • The Society's Draft Treasurer's report

 

A number of recent planning applications and in particular:

  • The proposed development at Winham Farm. Letter outlining various concerns has been sent. Decision not due until 30th April.
  • Development at Sawmills Industrial Park. Letter of objection has been sent. The Council has refused the application but the developer has applied for an official hearing by a government inspector.
  • Funtley North and South developments. The Society will respond to both applications. The Planning Committee will consider both together.
  • Land of Sopwith Way, Swanwick - The Society had sent a letter of objection. The Council has refused the application.
  • The proposed design of a very large dwelling proposed for 50 Newtown Road. The application has been approved.
  • Application for 180 dwellings on land abutting Nature Reserve at Titchfield Haven. A decision is due on 23rd March.
  • Refusal of development at Sovereign Crescent.
  • Refusal of development of land off Sopwith Way.

 

All the Society's submissions and letters can be seen under the appropriate items on the Fareham Borough Planning Website. www.fareham.gov.uk/planning/applications_and_advice/onlineplandetails.aspx