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The next LEPC meeting will be held on Wednesday 27th September at 7:00pm in the Memorial Hall.

You should have already received the agenda. If not, it can be found on the LEPC website under Council/Meetings & Minutes.

There will be a small change in running order. On the assumption attending residents will want to voice their opinions about the LEHQ development decision, the chairman will give a brief address before the public session on the current status of liaison with Stop Easton Park and UDC. At the start of the public session the chairman will ask residents who have any non-LEHQ points to speak first. After that he will invite residents to make points about the current status of the 1,200 houses development. The session will primarily be about hearing residents points as we will not have time to enter into lengthy debate.

There is normally a 15 minute limit to the time devoted to the public session and whilst councillors will allow some flexibility this is not unlimited. We have a busy agenda to work through and need to finish by 9:00pm.

The chairman’s address should pre-empt answers to most questions but attendees and others are very welcome to write to the parish clerk if further clarity or additional points need to be made.

Rest assured that the issue of a High Court appeal and how it might look is currently the subject of considerable debate. Whether you are for or against LEHQ development, for or against appealing the Secret of State’s decision, we encourage you to attend Wednesday’s meeting.

All enquiries to:

Ian Brown – Parish Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer

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Sunday 7th January 2024

The flooding at Bowyers Bridge (Mill End) has subsided and the road is passable by vehicles. The emergency access route through the quarry is now closed.

Be aware that there still remains serious flooding throughput the area and care should be taken, particularly on the more rural routes.

Thank you to everyone for your understanding and patience over the past three days.