Eaton Bray Parish Council have sent the following to Central Beds Council regarding Planning Application CB/14/04055/OUT - land off Totternhoe Rd, Eaton Bray/outline planning 150 dwellings.
We urge that if residents of Eaton Bray (and surrounding villages) wish to object to the proposed development they write to the case officer, details below, providing your reasons for objection. It is important that you send a physical letter or email as it is not enough to just make a comment on the CBC website.
Write your letter of objection to:
Vicki Davies, Planning Officer
Central Bedfordshire Council
Priory House, Monks Walk
Location: Land off Totternhoe Road / The Rye, Eaton Bray, Dunstable Beds LU6 2BD
Details: Outline planning permission is sought for residential development of up to 150 dwellings and associated works on land off Totternhoe Road, Eaton Bray.
Consultation Period Expires: 7 January 2015
Please see Details of Planning Application - CB/14/04055/OUT for further information about the Consultation and how to respond.
At the end of February, Central Bedfordshire Council will decide spending on local services such highways, care services, refuse collection and recycling, libraries and leisure as it sets the budget for the next financial year (April 2015 to March 2016). These decisions affect everyone and so we're seeking your views on a £186m spending package that will see more money spent in areas of greatest need. The draft budget proposes no increase in our share of council tax for the fifth consecutive year and protection of public facing services. It also proposes some efficiency savings to balance the books.
This year's budget has been informed by a public consultation, which saw 2,500 residents share their views on the council's budget. And there is still time for you give us your views.
Before having your say, you can find out information on our plans by visiting our website.
Curtain Call Theatre Group will be presenting Jack and the Beanstalk at the end of the month in Eaton Bray Village Hall.
For booking details, please see their website curtaincalltheatregroup.co.uk.
Central Bedfordshire Council's Trading Standards team is warning residents to be extra vigilant when answering the telephone and finding the caller is offering a free survey for the installation of solar panels.
Trading Standards have received a spate of recent reports from residents who have received these calls, whereby the caller claims to be calling from the "Bedfordshire (or Bedford) Advice Centre" and attempts to entice you into having a survey carried out by one of their agents.
The callers appear to be focusing on Leighton Buzzard and the surrounding area and in some cases have informed residents during the call that an agent is currently on their way to the resident's home. When challenged by one resident who wished to make a complaint, the caller gave another resident's telephone number, who unsurprisingly knew nothing about the call.
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