Parish Council News
We believe that we are lucky to live where we are, somewhat isolated from the large crowds that threaten to create the ‘second wave’ of Covid epidemic. Complacency, however, is not good and we must continue to embrace the requirements necessary for our health and wellbeing. Masks are still available in the village shop if you need them.
There has been a spate of fly tipping in the area with a lorry load of tyres being left close by the A419 roundabout and a burnt out car left at the Arnhem Memorial access. Also, unfortunately, there is evidence that drug taking is happening in the area. Please do keep a watchful eye open when out walking and report anything suspicious should you come across something untoward.
Public exhibition of Hills Quarry Products
Public exhibition of Hills Quarry Products’ plans to develop a sand and gravel quarry at the old airfield near Marston Meysey and Down Ampney, Gloucestershire.
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Broadway Farm Update
Further to our conversation of the 14th April, I confirm that it is our intention to conduct works to the site at Broadway Farm Down Ampney in order to implement the reserved matters planning permission.
At the time of this letter The Secretary of State for Housing has not issued any automatic extensions to planning permissions where works or planning permissions have fixed deadlines during the period of Covid19.