Don't forget Gardening Gloves and appropriate clothing and footwear. Suggestion that Greenacres Nursery, Main Road be developed.
Suggestion that a house be built in the style of a signal box at Nutbourne Station.
New Homes Bonus, Waste Management proposals, Retail Outlet at Chidham Place, updates on School Parking, and more.
Minutes of the last meeting (subject to confirmation) See as far as the eye can see (the stars), and hear what the ear mostly can't hear (the Bats of Maybush Copse and their ultrasonic echolocation calls - with the help of a bat detector) The numbers for this event have to be limited - Children should be accompanied by a responsible adult.
email me to book for this free event - first come first served. Please bring shears and loppers/ secateurs to cut back the vegetation.
We also need to remove burdock/thistles/ragwort from the grassy area. Children should be accompanied by a responsible adult. Please bring shears and loppers/ secateurs to cut back the vegetation.
We also need to remove thistles/ragwort from the grassy area. Children should be accompanied by a responsible adult. Public Open Forum: Affordable housing for older people in Parish, Developer proposals for a site on land north of The Avenue, Hambrook.
Agenda topics: Public Rights of Way - Retail Outlet at Chidham Place - Operation Watershed 3 - Neighbourhood Plan - Waste Management - Chidham School Parking - New Homes Bonus 2016 Funding Applications, and more Minutes of previous meeting The September meeting will be held on September 6th at St Wilfrid's Hall.
This is a change to our usual date as the hall is unavailable on September 13th. The Parish Council was surprised and disappointed to learn recently that St Wilfrid's Hospice was negotiating a 15-year lease for the retail unit in the Chidham Garage Site development.
see article by Parish Council Chairman Cliff Archer with Friends of Chichester Harbour and Conservancy Rangers. We want to cut back the vegetation to keep the paths clear.
We also need to remove thistles/ragwort from the grassy area.
At the Full Council meeting on 20 September 2016, Chichester District Council resolved to 'Make' the Chidham & Hambrook Neighbourhood Development Plan.
This means that the Chidham & Hambrook Neighbourhood Development Plan has been brought into legal force, and forms part of the statutory Development Plan for Chidham and Hambrook.
Consequently, decisions on whether or not to grant planning permission in Chidham and Hambrook will need to be made in accordance with the Chidham & Hambrook Neighbourhood Development Plan, unless material considerations indicate otherwise. On the Agenda: Moola House, Main Road - 5 houses, and Kiln Drive, Lion Park - 16 houses.