The attached notice posted 5th March.
Objections must be in by Thursday 25th March
Charges will be implemented 1st April 2021
A £10 fixed charge from 1 second to 24 hrs at the Sinah gun site “car parks” off Ferry Road.
Beachlands parking times increased from 0800hrs -1800hrs to 0600hrs – 2200hrs One residents' comment: "The so-called car parks at the gun site are no more than the original 1940’s concrete laid as part of the gun site network.
The beachlands car parks
Local resident argued for & achieved improved pedestrian access onto Eastoke Beach as she thanked Councillors for their intervention with NORSE:
Thank you to you all for any influence you have been able to bear on the 'contractors' or whoever should be taking responsibility for the quality of the work. A slope has been provided by Meath Close which is very good news. The 'contractors' haven't provided one by the Bembridge Drive footpath access but I'm hoping this will be fi
Petition for real-time sewage pollution warnings on our beaches:
Please read the link below and if you have not already signed the petition please do so.
It makes the case for Cllr. Wilson and indeed our Council to support the electronic pollution warning signs currently the subject of this petition.
They appear to be reluctant to support electronic signage for pollution warnings.
Please also write to Cllr. Wilson, ema
Remembering loved ones lost during the pandemic A National Day of Reflection is being held tomorrow, Tuesday 23 March – the anniversary of the UK going into the first national lockdown – to remember all those who have sadly passed away during the pandemic and to show support for families who are grieving. The National Day of Reflection includes a minute's silence at midday (12noon) to reflect on those who have died, daffodils (fresh, drawn or crafted) placed in windows, as a
October 2020’s Development Management Committee (to be renamed Planning Committee) advisory meeting concerning Barratt Homes’ Sinah Development Application gave residents no confidence in a system that effectively asserted the primacy of Government policy over Local Authorities’ Councillors having the right to make local planning determinations based on relevant concerns such as Deputations. That Committee’s advisory decision stated what “they would have resolved had the ap