June 2016 archive

IGas Tinker Lane

 

Tinker Lane Minutes 9 June

The Parish Council are keeping a watching brief on the progress of the planned exploratory borehole near  Barnby Moor. The next meeting will be held at 7pm on Thursday 30 June at 7pm in the village hall.

Kate Parkin the Senior Geologist for IGas will be present …

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Crier – July 2016

Crier – July 2016

The Lound Crier was first published in the early 70’s and is a monthly journal to keep villagers informed of news and activities in and around Lound.

You will find all issues from January 2015 here.

7. Neighbourhood Plan Minutes – 29th June 2016

The minutes of the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group meeting held on 29 June 2016  can be found below:

Neighbourhood Plan Minutes 29th June 2016

IGas Energy

IGas Energy recently sent you, via post, a newsletter informing you of the latest update relating to their planned activities in North Nottinghamshire. From this document you will have read that IGas Energy has now submitted a planning application to Nottinghamshire County Council to drill a single vertical exploratory well on a site at Tinker Lane …

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Neighbourhood Plan Meeting- Wednesday 29 June 7.30pm

Minutes May 2016 (2)

 

There will be a meeting of the Neighbourhood Plan group on Wednesday 29 June at 7.30pm in the Village Hall .

This month the meeting will discuss the designation of the Neighbourhood Plan submitted by the steering group which has completed its six week consultation and will now be considered for …

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Agenda for Lound PC Meetings 28 June 2016

LPC Ordinary Meeting June 2016

The Parish Council will meet at 7:30pm on 28 June in the Village Hall.  This month the meeting will discuss the designation of the Neighbourhood Plan submitted by the steering group which has completed its six week consultation and will now be considered for approval at Bassetlaw District …

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Lound Village Street Party Celebrations In Pictures

The Queen’s 90th Birthday Party

Despite the rain, Lound’s residents and friends and family enjoyed the Street Party on the 12th June to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday.

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Queen’s 90th Birthday 2016

Village Street Party Success

Friends, parents and children all joined in the fun at yesterday’s Village Street Party in celebration of the Queen’s 90th Birthday.  Unfortunately, rain disrupted the start with many moving into the Village Hall to inspect the displays and sample the excellent food on offer. The British spirit soon kicked in with everyone joining in the fun. The …

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IGas Tinker Lane

The Parish Council are keeping a watching brief on the progress of the planned exploratory borehole near  Barnby Moor. The next meeting will be held at 7pm on Thursday 9th June at the village hall.

 Ross Glover from the IGas planning team will be in attendance for this meeting.

 

 

Agenda for Lound PC Meeting 4 June 2016

 

 

The Parish Council normally meets monthly at 7:30pm in the Village Hall.  This is an extra meeting at 9am on Saturday 4 June to discuss a planning application. Anyone is welcome to attend.

Bluebell Planning Agenda

Lound Village Road Closure – 12th June 2016

Village Street Party to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday – Please be aware:-

Town Street, Lound, from a point 50 metres south of its junction with Daneshill Road for a distance of 200 metres in a southerly direction.

From 12:00 hours until 18:00 hours on Sunday, 12th June 2016

See attached document : …

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6. Neighbourhood Plan Minutes – 1st June 2016

The minutes of the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group meeting held on Wednesday 1st June 2016 can be found below:

Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group – Minutes 1st June 2016

I Gas Tinker Lane Drop in Session 4 June 2016

Dart Energy have now applied for permission to drill an exploratory well between Barnby Moor and Blyth. Sutton Village Hall will host a drop in session on Saturday 4 June 11am to 4pm where representatives from the Gas industry will stand aside groups opposed to the development. Join them to make your own opinion about the …

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