Executive Committee Meetings

Executive Committee Meetings

7th June 2021

            Matters discussed included:


Ø  Virtual attendance at various Borough Council meetings.

Ø  He postponement of the AGM to September.

Ø  The uncertainty as to when Society monthly evening meetings might recommence.

Ø  Arrangements for responding to the revised draft Local Plan

Ø  The future publication of a new Town Centre Plan.

Ø  The Catisfield Association Garden open event on July 10th in memory of Maureen Sygrove

Ø  Non-attendance at the Stubbington Fair this year.

Ø  A few of the more pressing recent planning applications and in particular:

  • The result of the judicial review held 11th – 13th May into a council decision to allow housing development adjoining 79 Greenaway Lane, Warsash.
  • An application to build up to 99 ‘affordable’ houses on land at Newgate Lane East.   The application has been refused but has been appealed and a hearing will be held on 22nd June.  The Society will be represented.
  • An appeal against the Borough Council’s refusal of an application to build on land east of Down End Road.   The hearing will be on 3rd August.   The Society will be represented.
  • An application to build up to 200 houses on land south of Romsey Avenue.   The application has been refused but has been appealed and a Public Inquiry will be held on 10the August for 6 days.  The Society will be represented.
  • An application to build 200 dwellings south of Romsey Avenue which will be the subject of a Public Inquiry on 6th July.   The Society will be represented.
  • The dismissal of an appeal against the council refusal to grant permission for developments in Newgate Lane North and South.

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

 

The next meeting is on 19th July.


10th May 2021

            Matters discussed included:


Ø  Virtual attendance at various Borough meetings.

Ø  He postponement of the AGM to September.

Ø  Possible timetable for a revised Local Plan

Ø  The likelihood of a Stubbington Fair this year.

Ø  The need for a meetings arranger and facilitator.

Ø  Income from the Fareham Lottery

Ø  A few of the more pressing recent planning applications and in particular:

  • Locks Heath Shopping Centre. This is a reconfiguration of access road, bus lane and car park.  It plans to reduce the number of parking spaces. The Society has submitted its comments.
  • An upcoming judicial review to be held 11th – 13th May into a council decision to allow housing development adjoining 79 Greenaway Lane, Warsash.
  • An application to build up to 99 ‘affordable’ houses on land at Newgate Lane East.   The application has been refused but has been appealed and a hearing will be held on 22nd June.  The Society will be represented.
  • An appeal against the Borough Council’s refusal of an application to build on and east of Down End Road.   The hearing will be on 3rd August.   The Society will be represented.
  • An application to build 200 dwellings south of Romsey Avenue which will be the subject of a Public Inquiry on 6th July.   The Society will be represented

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

 

The next meeting is on 7th June.



12th April 2021

            Matters discussed included:


Ø  Virtual attendance at various Borough Council meetings.

Ø  The annual Treasurer’s report

Ø  Arrangements for the production of the next Society newsletter.

Ø  The potential for staging any outings this summer.

Ø  He postponement of the AGM to September.

Ø  The PfSH meeting on 22nd March covering:

  • The proposed budget for 2021/22.
  • A Greenprint for South Hampshire.
  • Progress on the Statement of Common Ground
  • Achieving Nitrate Nutrient Neutrality.

Ø  Proposals for footpaths at Welborne.

Ø  The likelihood of a Stubbington Fair this year.

Ø  Possible new arrangements for footpath checking across the Borough.

Ø  Adverse reaction to the appearance of the new M27 noise barriers

Ø  A few of the more pressing recent planning applications and in particular:

  •  Land at Newgate Lane (South and North).  A report on the Public enquiry about the lands at Newgate Lane which started on 9th February 2021.  A decision should be forthcoming in May.
  • Locks Heath Shopping Centre. This is a reconfiguration of access road, bus lane and car park.  It plans to reduce the number of parking spaces.
  • The design of proposed development behind The Red Lion Fareham.
  • An upcoming judicial review to be held 11th – 13th May into a council decision to allow housing development adjoining 79 Greenaway Lane Warsash.
  • An application to build up to 99 ‘affordable’ houses on land at Newgate Lane East.   The application has been refused but has been appealed.

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

 

The next meeting is on 10th May.