17 June 2022NE/22/00698/OUT - Hybrid planning application Thrapston
This planning application is for the development of a 144 acre business park on Land adjacent to Haldens Parkway, Thrapston, which would in effect link the Conservation area of Titchmarsh to the Market Town of Thrapston. Both settlements would be adversely affected by this change of use from prime agricultural land to industrial development at a time when we urgently need to focus on food production.
This is the Glebe Land that some of you objected to when the Diocese of Peterborough first mooted its intention to sell off the development option on this site , despite considerable opposition from the Churches and Parish Councils in our Benefice.
You do not need to plough through all of the 200 odd supporting documents that developer IM Properties have assembled, before you are likely to become concerned about this development.
If you care about preserving the integrity of the Nene Valley as an area for residents and visitors to continue to enjoy, please consider sending an objection to planning.ENC@northnorthants.gov.uk by 1st July 2022.
And please encourage your friends to do likewise.
From Planning, North Northamptonshire Council......
"Proposal : Hybrid planning application comprising:
Full planning application for the construction of a storage and distribution unit (Development Plot 1) (Use Class B8) with ancillary offices (Use Class E); creation of a principal estate road (including bus stop) and new access from the A605; construction and emergency access; highways improvements to Huntingdon Road and A605 roundabout and at Junction 13 of the A14; strategic green infrastructure; vehicular and cycle parking; pedestrian infrastructure; hardstanding; circulation areas; lighting infrastructure and all other ancillary, enabling and associated works including landscaping, drainage, earthworks, sub-station and boundary treatment.
And - Outline planning application with all matters reserved for an employment park comprising Class B2, B8 and E uses with ancillary offices; creation of a new access from Oundle Road; vehicular and cycle parking; pedestrian infrastructure; hardstanding; circulation areas; lighting infrastructure and all other ancillary, enabling and associated works including landscaping, drainage, earthworks and boundary treatment.
Location: Land Adjacent Haldens Parkway Thrapston
The above application has been received for Outline Planning Permission.
The plans and other details are available online at:
www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk/planningapplications where you search for planning reference NE/22/00698/OUT.
Any comments you wish to make must be in writing and can be submitted in one of the following ways:
E-mail to planning.ENC@northnorthants.gov.uk
Letter - Planning comments, North Northamptonshire Council, Thrapston Office, Cedar Drive, Thrapston, NN14 4LZ
Please quote our planning reference number, which for this case is 'NE/22/00698/OUT', on all correspondence.
Your response should be made no later than 1 July 2022."
Plot Size: 114 acres / 46 hectares
Land Owner: Diocese of Peterborough (Glebe Land)
Developer: IM Properties
Current use: Arable farmland
12 June 2022'Music for a Sunday Afternoon', 12th June, 3pm, Rutland Wind Ensemble, St Rumbald Church, Stoke Doyle
Stoke Doyle is delighted to be welcoming back
the Rutland Wind Ensemble to play in St Rumbald Church,
‘Music for a Sunday Afternoon’
Sunday 12th June at 3pm
The concert is in memory of Peter Burchell who was a real friend to St Rumbald Church and played in the octet.
The programme will also include performance from Anna Wynne, Peter’s daughter in law on the harp.
Tea and cake in the interval
Tickets £15 from firstname.lastname@example.org (please book and then pay and collect on the door)
Proceeds will be shared between Church funds and ‘Kidney Care’.
02 June 2022The Queen's Jubilee Wadenhoe Beacon Lighting 2nd June 2022
16 April 2022Supporting Independence Programme....
"The Supporting Independence Programme is a Northamptonshire Public Health service, delivered free of charge in community clinics across the county. We provide tailored support to clients (aged 18 & over) in several areas of their life, which may impact their every-day independence & wellbeing.
With up to 12 weeks of one-to-one support, our dedicated Wellbeing Advisors are committed to improving client’s health and wellbeing, helping them to achieve a better quality of life.
Examples of support include:
• Opportunities to meet with your Advisor to ‘Walk and Talk’ with the aim of increasing physical activity and socialisation.
• Support to access social opportunities within your local community to reduce isolation, including volunteering and clubs, groups and events to suit your hobbies and interests.
• Identification, intervention and support for low-level mental health and emotional difficulties.
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• Advice, information and support on managing the long-term effects of COVID-19.
• Advice, information and support on lifestyle issues such as nutrition, smoking and alcohol use.
• Identification of other issues such as blood pressure or use of multiple medicines and referral where appropriate including to memory clinics, continence services or community pharmacies.
Individuals can self-refer or make a referral on someone else’s behalf and can do this by completing our short eligibility assessment via the link below. A member of our administration team will endeavour to contact clients within two working days to arrange an initial appointment.
If you have any further queries, please don’t hesitate to email myself or our administration team on SIPInfo.NCC@northnorthants.gov.uk.
Emma Foulds | Wellbeing Coordinator |Supporting Independence Programme
Public Health Northamptonshire
North Northamptonshire Council
One Angel Square, Northampton, NN1 1ED
T: 07775800775 "