The LATEST NEWS from GREASLEY PARISH COUNCIL…
GREASLEY PARISH COUNCIL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN CONSULTATION PERIOD HAS NOW ENDED
Added: 14th June 2017
The Interim Draft Greasley Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Consultation period has now ended.
We'd like to take this opportunity to thank all residents who completed the online survey and sent back their completed surveys and the comments submitted with them.
GREASLEY PARISH COUNCIL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN CONSULTATION PERIOD HAS NOW BEGUN
Added: 19th April 2017
Greasley Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Consultation period has now begun and will run until May 2017.
The following consultation events are taking place and we welcome you to attend to ask questions and make comments on our Neighbourhood Plan. Hard copies will be available to look at the following events and we hope to see you there.
- THE CARED FOR NURSERY,
Smithurst Road, Giltbrook
Date: Tuesday, 9th May, 2017
Time: 6pm - 8pm
- WATNALL WOMEN'S INSTITUTE HALL,
Main Road, Watnall
Date: Thursday, 11th May, 2017
Time: 5pm - 8pm
- GREASLEY SPORTS & COMMUNITY CENTRE,
Dovecote Road, Newthorpe
Date: Saturday, 13th May, 2017
Time: 10am - 12noon (in the Parish Hall)
- THE FORRESTER'S ARMS,
Main Street, Newthorpe
Date: Tuesday, 16th May, 2017
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Your views matter!
GREASLEY PARISH COUNCIL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
Added: 11th April 2017
The Neighbourhood Plan has been produced by a group of local residents from the Parish in conjunction with Greasley Parish Council itself, together with consultation from local residents, businesses and community groups to establish a vision and plan for the Parish over the coming 20 years in a number of different areas including Housing, Green Infrastructure and Recreation, Local Economy, Industry Commerce and Enterprise, and Transport.
In producing this local plan we hope to continue to preserve our long and proud heritage by establishing a vision of a sustainable future. The plan will cover the whole of the Parish and will set out a simple and clear vision based on local opinions and over the next fifteen years will establish a framework for housing and the built environment, transport and traffic, business and employment, open space and recreation, community facilities.
Read the Greasley Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan below. You can also open this PDF document in a new page for easier viewing here, and the Plan also has it's own section on the website, which we'll continue to update.
Don't forget, we'd like to hear what is important to you about the community you live in, so please be sure to also take part in our short survey available here…
GREASLEY PARISH COUNCIL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN-INTERIM CONSULTATION
Added: 10th April 2017
We want to hear what is important to you about the community you live in, - please take part in our short survey available here…
GREASLEY GATHERING 2017:
A FABULOUS DAY OF FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY!
Added: 4th April 2017
We're pleased to announce the return of the Greasley Gathering to be held on Spring Bank Holiday Monday 29th May, 2017 at the Greasley Sports and Community Centre on Dovecote Road, Newthorpe, Nottinghamshire between 10am - 3pm.
As ever the day looks set to be a fabulous day of fun for all the family. For more information please see the website... www.greasleygathering.net
FESTIVE FUN EVENT THANK YOU!
Added: 12th December 2016
Organisers of this year's FESTIVE FUN event held last week at the Greasley Sports Hall in Newthorpe would like to offer their sincere thanks to all local residents who attended, and to all those that took part and helped put on this special annual event in Greasley.
The event was a wonderful success, and we hope all who came along had a fantastic time, and we hope for more of the same next year!
We especially hope you all enjoyed the fabulous carol performance by the school children of Greasley Beauvale Primary School, with a special big thanks to Head Teacher, Donna, for all her help in being part of this fun family festive event in Greasley.
A big thanks once again!
PARISH COUNCIL NEWS:
NEW APPOINTMENTS for the 2016-17 civic year…
Added: 13th September 2016
Cllr R. Willimott becomes the Greasley Parish Council Chairman for the 2016-17 civic year with Cllr M. Brown appointed as Vice Chairman.
Cllr Mrs M. Barry remains chairman of the Environment Committee, whilst Cllr Mrs J. Layton becomes the Vice Chairman of the Environment Committee.
Cllr R. Willimott remains the Chairman of the Finance & General Purposes Committee, whilst Cllr R. Jones becomes the Vice Chairman of the Finance & General Purposes Committee.
Newly appointed Councillors this year include Cllr R. Jones, and Cllr E. Cubley.