Hazlemere Parish Council has applied to the Department of Community and Local Government (DCLG) to seek the approval from the Secretary of State for Communities to apply for a SALIX Finance Ltd loan of £12,200 of up to 4 years to replace the 125 street lights with LED over a 4 year period to improve the street lighting. The annual repayments for the loan will come to around (£3,050). The Council wishes to seek your views and opinions on this matter if you have any.
Hazlemere Parish Council understands the need for new housing in this area, and appreciates the efforts of the local planning authority to engage with local stakeholders and minimise the impact. In this response, Hazlemere Parish Council focus on our 5 priorities: •Protecting the recreation ground and the three fields alongside as a natural ‘lung’ for the area. Hazlemere Parish Council strongly oppose access through the recreation ground •Maintaining Hazlemere’s separate village identity •Reducing the impact on neighbouring AONBs •Ensuring suitable development for the topography •Ensuring that local infrastructure and amenities are sufficient. Paragraph references below are to the relevant parts of the Development brief.
From Monday 10 October to Monday 28 November 2016, Wycombe District Council are consulting on the draft development brief for the Terriers Farm reserve site.
Wycombe District Council is inviting comments on the draft Terriers Farm Development Brief between 17 October - 28 November 2016. An exhibition is taking place at the Wycombe District Council Offices on 2 November 2016 9.00 to 15.00 and 3 November 2016 14.00 - 20.00.Find out more on line at: https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/terriers-farm-development-brief
The Draft Local Plan is being launched by Wycombe District Council at a number of 'drop in' events, it is your opportunity to see how this plan will affect Hazlemere and to make your comments known. Monday 11 July 2016 Hazlemere Community Centre Rose Avenue Hazlemere HP15 7UB 2.30 pm to 8.30 pm.
Published on Fri 27th December 2013 Public Consultations
Hazlemere Parish Council successfully proposed a pedestrian crossing feasibility study to be undertaken for Rose Avenue, Hazlemere to the Chepping Wye Valley Local Area Forum (LAF) under The 2012-13 Localities Budget. This study aims to identify potential crossing provisions and identify solutions to other traffic and safety Concerns raised by the Parish Council and local schools.
Published on Wed 6th November 2013 Public Consultations
The results of the public Skatepark Consultation were published by the Parish Council at last nights Full Council Meeting, with 98% of entries in support of the project. In light of the overwhelmingly positive response, the Council has agreed for the Skatepark Working Party to prepare a comprehensive business plan for Full Council review.
Hazlemere Parish Council have authorised the Public Consultation regarding the skatepark to be presented on the new website, allowing parishioners to complete the consultation via an online form.
The concerns in the community regarding traffic accidents in Rose Avenue have been a discussion point for Hazlemere Parish Council. The Council have agreed the best way forward is to go to public consultation which will run for 6 weeks. We would also be interested to hear your views regarding other road calming techniques, for example, humps in the road or road narrowing to slow down the speeding cars, etc.
The Council recognise that in today's busy environment it is difficult to exercise. Gym membership is not cheap or convenient for many.